The main focus of my wall sculptures, paintings and drawings is to work in both geometric and organic shapes and forms. Being aware of and working in a busy format helps to eliminate a central focal point. The elimination of a focal point leads the viewer’s eye throughout the entire work. The effect is to captivate the viewer, inviting him to look closer into the piece while forming his own interpretation. In addition, much of my work is left untitled or with having vague titles allowing open interpretation without prejudice.
“I take a journey into every painting I create…As if I am walking within the image itself. I enjoy the process and completion of my painting, like I have created something unique and lasting.”
My art is an expression of my heart and soul; a search for “Truth” and an admiration for nature and life. I want my art to be purposeful , free and inspiring. Continue reading Pushpa S Mehta
Leslie Aguillard graduated with an art degree from Illinois State University in 1968 and worked as a commercial and fine artist for more than 30 years after moving to Denver in 1976. Continue reading Leslie Aguillard
“The landscapes and scenes I paint are my way of connecting with the land, the beauty of it as it is now, it’s the same as it was before people, and it’s what will be after we are gone. It’s eternal, spiritual, restorative. Continue reading Kay Juricek
I enjoy painting a variety of subjects. On location or visions in the mind. I view art as a very individual complex, interesting and rewarding communication tool. Continue reading Dorine A. Greene
My journey into the art world began in 1999 when I moved to Colorado. I work in three mediums: oil and pastels and acrylics. I must admit that I have developed a particular love for pastels. Pastels lend themselves to vibrant color. Most important is to enjoy creating art. Continue reading Diane Wood
Painting isn’t heart surgery. It is supposed to be fun. I delight in finding interesting subjects and then trying to capture these three-dimensional subjects on a two-dimensional surface and capturing light. Continue reading Diane Fechenbach
“I think color is what makes things exciting, beautiful, and memorable.” Continue reading Christine Fontenot
Carol’s passion for photography started at an early age, with animals as her favorite subjects. She studied literature and photography as an undergraduate at Smith College, and continued her education in photography after graduating, studying portraiture and nature photography. She has traveled all over the world photographing wildlife for the past 30 years. Continue reading Carol Walker
Art is my tool for self-expression and discovery. My paintings draw inspiration from the patterns and colors in nature. I am moved by witnessing the grandeur of majestic mountains to the tiny intricacies of a flower. My compositions depict the wonder of nature and take the viewer on a new journey in each painting. I am in awe of the color, space and form that is found in the beauty of nature. This is my way of expressing and sharing these wonders.
“The artistic and creative force is within each of us…I just let it out when it scratches at the door…” Continue reading Dani E. Day -aka- Ajai