Member Directory

Connie Schaertl

MEDIUM:Oil, Watercolor

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With my oil paintings, I seek to stimulate a seed in the viewer, an invitation to co-create the experience of the painting according to the wealth of life, thought and perception he or she brings to the viewing.

https://cschaertl.wixsite.com/website
https://connie-schaertl.pixels.com

Sherry Scott

MEDIUM:Supporter of the Arts

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I am an avid supporter of art and artists. I am learning new things all the time in my path to creating art.

Curtis Scott

MEDIUM:Mixed Media

Aaron Searcy

MEDIUM:Painter

Steven Shellenberger

MEDIUM:Wooden Wall Art

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I like to make things. I am currently making wooden dimensional abstract art pieces; free standing as well as work that can hang on a wall. Taking a two-dimensional sketch and giving it a three-dimensional reality is a challenge. Yet, it is very rewarding mentally, physically, and emotionally.

Helen Short

MEDIUM:Oil

Pamela Showalter

MEDIUM:Photography, Digital Art

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Photographer Pam Showalter displays and sells her work at Art on 12 Gallery and Studios in Wimberley, where a crowd favorite is, "You Look'n At Me?", displayed at left. A proud member of the Wimberley Valley Art League, her artistic goal is to attempt to "transcend the typical".

Phil Shroyer

MEDIUM:Painter

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As well as oil and acrylic paintings, pencil portraiture has been a lifelong passion of Phil's. He was trained at the University of Oklahoma School of Fine Arts and has over 40 years of experience working with both digital and physical media.

Kaylee Silcocks

MEDIUM:Oils, Watercolor, Acrylics

Marlene Silcocks

MEDIUM:Mosaics

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At the age of 67, I discovered Mosaics, learning the art from a gifted local instructor. Being a member of several mosaic guilds, I continue to mingle and learn from the finest. Since I’m going to live to be 100, my goal is to continue to learn and improve technical and creative skills.

Winifred Simon

MEDIUM:Photography

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Winifred Simon sees the world through her camera, from self-portraits to undulating sand dunes to quiet lakes to majestic temples. Her photography takes you away from the everyday…and then brings you back again.

Herb Smith

MEDIUM:Photography

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For as long as I can remember I've enjoyed being out in nature more than anything else. I love to share the beauty that I see there and the fleeting emotion of the moment with others through my photography. I prefer black and white photographs because they challenge my creative and technical skills.

Michael Penn Smith

MEDIUM:Photography

Kelly Smith

MEDIUM:Oil, Acrylic, Beadwork, Quilt Making, Fiber Art

Cynthia Smith-Neun

MEDIUM:Acrylic, Watercolor, Mixed Media

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Cynthia’s many styles and textures in her creations reveal her personal explorations in secluded philosophical moods contrasted with the reality of a fearless existence. A capacity for joy and stubborn perseverance over adversity, are personal traits guiding her spirited dedication to art.

Peggy Snodgrass

MEDIUM:Oil, Acrylic,Pastels

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Character study and observation of the human animal has directed my area of interest to figure and portrait painting. I taught figure drawing and fashion drawing at Baylor University.

Steve Snyder

MEDIUM:Photography

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Steve received his first Brownie camera when he was 8 years old and has been taking photos ever since. As he approaches he hopes that photography will play a more dominant role in his life. Always enjoying landscape photography, he recently became involved with portrait photography.

Sherry Stevener

MEDIUM:Oil

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Sherry McKinley Stevener paints for fun and relaxation. She prefers painting with oil, and her work includes a variety of subjects from portraits to landscapes.

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Gary Stevener began oil painting for the first time when he retired in 2012. He enjoys painting with the pallet knife, and has recently begun exploring water color painting.

Fred Stockbauer

MEDIUM:Painter, Jeweler

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Fred Stockbauer designs and constructs his jewelry in his Wimberley, Texas studio, and made using the ancient lost wax casting method. A majority of the jewelry is cast in solid 14k yellow and white gold.

Margaret Stone

MEDIUM:Acrylic, Mixed Media

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Here we are physically cemented to the earth by gravity. But our imaginations stretch and soar taking us beyond our planet and connecting us with far places in the universe. Being part of this do we indeed live and bloom in a cosmic garden? ... I am exploring this connection in my new artwork.

Jim Street

MEDIUM:Watercolor

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A watercolor artist whose favorite subjects include old vehicles  & architecture. Connecting the viewers with the past, people often say “That reminds me of a time when …” Jim earned a BFA degree in painting from the University of Florida and is a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society.

Victor Summers

MEDIUM:Woodworking

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Victor Summers' creates beautiful kitchen and home accessories inspired by leftover mesquite and padauk from his handmade accordion books. He has also found an amazing array of beautiful wood in various burn piles and scrap bins to add to his silken creations in wood.

Alyssa Surabian

MEDIUM:Woodburning w/ Acrylic and Watercolor

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Alyssa's work is born from places and memories that hold lasting impressions. She blends pyrography with painting in an attempt to express these inspirations. This dichotomy of "fire" and "water" has allowed her to communicate her perspective in what she hopes is a truly unique manner.