When I paint, I am completely absorbed in my work. I can travel to exotic places, sit in a beautiful garden, or maybe sunbath on a deserted beach.
I love to find and photograph that elusive image that is gone in an instant. The kind of thing that makes most people say, “If I only had a camera with me.” Well, I do have mine with me, and more often than not, I get the shot.
A painter since 1950, inspired by Monet’s Girl With a Watering Can, National Gallery of art, I paint what I feel, with A flair.
“When I start a painting, I will often have a vision in mind of what I am hoping to produce yet, more often than not, the end product will look vastly different from my original vision.”
An environmental research project administrator by training and an artist by choice, I believe that identical skills apply to both art and research. Research requires a creative mind and art requires technology
Patty is a prolific artist having multiple projects under way at all times with an extensive diversity of subject matter focusing first on Watercolors, Drawing, Mixed Media, Alcohol Inks, Acrylics and Collage.
Always striving to learn and improve, Lorraine is dedicated to ongoing sessions with artists who can challenge her in positive ways. She has been privately trained in the impressionistic plein air style by other successful artists through workshops and individual lessons.
Being born in Germany I was surrounded by the Woodcut Prints of Albrecht Durer, Kathie Kollwitz, Ernst Barlach, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, and Franz Marc, just to name a few. As they did, I use special woodcut tools and shun electrical tools to stay true to the tradition.
I am an outdoor painting capturing the environment in my surroundings. I teach watercolor and acrylic. I have been painting most of my life. I specialize in teaching seniors. I have won many awards at different galleries in North County. I love impressionist, splashy, fun painting. Charcee.com is my website.
“As an artist, the canvas is my mouthpiece. It speaks with vibrant colors, bold strokes, and whispers my secrets, shares my passions, and expresses emotions while taunting my sensibilities to grow and flourish confidently” — Cheryl Ehlers
Vivi Anderson enjoys studying the ocean waves and has been traveling to northern California to capture the wild waves in the Big Sur area and Carmel’s famous coast in Asilomar Beach.
Janyce enjoys traveling and her artwork is often inspired by various destinations from her travels, including beautiful locations in and around her home city, San Diego. When she is traveling and enjoying San Diego, you’ll find Janyce with her pen and drawing pad, often stopping to sketch a scene, capturing the beauty and memories of…
“I have always had a passion for photography and I am thrilled every time I look through my viewfinder and see a beautiful scene unfold. Part of the fun of taking thousands of photographs on a trip is to be able to share my photos and experiences with others when I return. I am honored every time someone tells me they enjoy my work.” — Ann hurd
“Although for many years I have enjoyed photography, I have been a serious amateur photographer for the last several years specializing in floral and landscape subject matter. Now with the digital format, enhancing “what I see” is becoming even more exciting!” — Charles Dozer
“Cameras today are so good that it is difficult to take a technically poor photo. The challenge is to find a unique subject or a familiar object or scene to photograph in a new way.
Charlene enjoys a variety of mediums: acrylic, pastel, watercolor, and two favorites: colored pencil and pen ‘n ink. Living in Sacramento for years, she developed a passion for Victorian homes which she renders in pen ‘n ink detail, sometimes combining with watercolor.
FEBRUARY: Artist Statement Creating art is an inborn need for me. It is something that is a constant part of my life. We live in a world of speed and instant gratification, often missing the beauty and magical moments of the world around us. I like to harness those moments and the occasional humor they…
JANUARY: Artist Statement Painting after so many years she agrees with Picasso, “it takes a long time to become young”. Website: bettyannekreutziger.com Artwork
Artist Statement Capturing a moment in time and preserving it for “always” is my goal. I have chosen photography and painting as a way of doing this. My hopes are that others, too, will see the value, beauty, and appreciation of this moment. Phone: (760) 967-9991 Artist Bio California artist, Linda DiRosa, grew up on…
Artist Statement My academic training in sculpture required hours spent drawing the figure, studying anatomy, and modeling figures in clay. I emphasize the human figure in my welded sculptures. My aim is to capture the movement, essence, and energy of the human figure. Most importantly, I work with ideas and observations. Currently, I am working…