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Stuart Arnett is a self-taught nature artist primarily working in graphite. He finds that graphite allows him to attain the high level of detail and realism needed to bring his subjects to 'life'. With this goal in mind, Stuart wants his viewer to reach out and touch his subjects and look into their eyes. Through continuous blending, shading and patience Stuart hopes to pass his love of nature on to the viewer.
James E. Pay, A.U.A. Canadian artist / tutor residing in Scotland. Associate member of United Society of Artists, London England. Jim paints landscapes and florals in acrylic and watercolor and tutors across the UK in Watercolor entitled "Fast and loose, anyone can do it"
After graduating from High School, Tracy began a career as a cartographer. After 10 years she made the transition to paint. With no formal art education, Tracy learned the technique of glazing and working in thin layers with oil paints to achieve a smooth translucent look. Tracy is drawn to the western theme and enjoys the challenge of portraiture. Her work is in private collections throughout North America.
Richard Brown is an artist, or to be specific, an artist armed with a pencil. Although Richard has experience with many different media including, oils, watercolor and pastel, the humble graphite pencil has become the focus of his artistic efforts of late. Some might say this focus has become a passion, and in fact, graphite pencil art represents his sole means of artistic expression today. more...
Born in Manhattan, NY. Nancy Morris (Ring) paintings are primarily abstract/impressionist in style. Whether landscape or figure, the plethora of shapes and colors careening across the canvas appear arbitrary, impulsive - form and color erupting, colliding & evolving from light and shadow. However, beneath this apparent chaos dwells a sense of order & peace...more
Born in Germany, Peter now resides in Alberta, Canada. He believes with any artist pursuit, the artist should create things they are familiar with. Peter's paintings are primarily influenced by his involvement in agriculture, country and suburban living.
'Satisfaction in life is attained by using our giftedness to do good things for mankind...By using our creativeness we glorify God, share his glory and are drawn close to him in the creative process...'