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I love to paint beautiful scenes of mountains, trees, rivers, gardens, and flowers. I make portraits of my family, capturing everyday moments to remember the life we have. I hope my paintings will reflect the beauty of nature, the happiness of my family, and the calmness that I strive for.
I can't say I specialize in any one form of photography because most anything can inspire me, from urbanscapes to nature photography. While I find street scenes the most interesting, I often find that to be the most intimidating due to my inclination of not wanting to intrude on other people.
My mother always made art supplies available to me and my brother. About age 4, I drew an abstract mural in polychromatic crayon on the living room wall. A real mess. When mom found what I'd done, she congratulated and praised me for the excellent work. I've been scribbling and sketching ever since.
MEDIUM:Mixed Media, Fused Glass
MEDIUM:Fiber Arts: Assemblage, sculpture, & Gourds
MEDIUM:Digital Art, Photography
MEDIUM:Supporters of the Arts
MEDIUM:Supporters of the Arts
Jim's goal is to accurately depict the subject while conveying emotional resonance. The result is work that can be impressionistic, yet displays his interest in rigorous classical technique. Occasionally, Jim paints still life and portraits or draws figure studies in charcoal and conte.
Sometimes as a botanical artist I get inspired by something I see in the media…That was how I began my endangered species project, getting a grant from the ASBA to paint the rare plants of the Texas Hill Country after reading about and seeing the effects of urban sprawl on central Texas landscapes.
Jim has been making photographs half a century, beginning with an assignment in the US Army as a still photographer in Vietnam. Since then he has been involved in a number of art shows including Laguna Gloria and Mexicarte in Austin and at the National Vietnam Art Museum in Chicago.
MEDIUM:Supporter of the Arts
MEDIUM:Photography, Mixed Media
Visit Trisha’s Photography page on Facebook to see her images, thoughts, and feelings about them. She also shares her process by sometimes showing an image of a project in process, or even what her art desk looks like from time to time; perhaps random shots of her creative space in general.
MEDIUM:Watercolor, Acrylic, Pen, Oil
Previously active in the Art League of Baytown, the flood waters of Harvey chased us up to Kyle. I have always loved to draw and am most inspired by being around other artists. I sign my work with my given name Winnifred. Looking forward to making new friends and continuing my journey in art.
MEDIUM:Mixed Media, Encaustic
I recently discovered encaustic art as medium, which is painting with melted beeswax that has had resin added to make it durable. It can be tinted with pigment, scraped or scribed to provide texture, include embedded objects, and can be enhanced with pastels or oil paint.