WFWS 46th Annual Exhibition

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Eyes On You
Eyes On You
Kim Johnson
$3,500.00

AWA Email: kim@kj-art.com
Your Society: AWA

Dimensions: 22 x 15
Artist's Statement about this work: Kim Johnson I love to capture life, to use color to express the joy of living combined with the pleasure I get from the medium. As life brings new experiences to me as a person, there’s an exponential increase in confidence to my expression of life through color. I particularly enjoy the challenge of carefully working out a composition without losing spontaneity. Most of my paints are Daniel Smith, but I also have some Winsor and Newton, and Holbein on my pallet. My preference is 300-pound hot press Fabriano Artistico paper.
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Up Against The Cold
Up Against The Cold
Susan Keith
$300.00

SDWS Email: sedonasue@ca.rr.com
Your Society: SDWS

Dimensions: 10 x 14 x 1
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Scrap of Blue
Scrap of Blue
Angela Kotter
$225.00

UWS Email: andkotter@gmail.com
Your Society: UWS

Dimensions: 12 x 12
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The Irish Man
The Irish Man
Theresa Kubert
$1,000.00

SDWS Email: theresa.kubert@gmail.com
Your Society: SDWS

Dimensions: 20 x 15
Artist's Statement about this work: A humble hardworking farmer with a true sense of dignity and calm. The jacket and shirt always buttoned up, the handkerchief in the pocket and the cap on, the way it should be!
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Sun Worshipper
Sun Worshipper
Terrie Langham
$750.00

CWS Email: terrie.langham@yahoo.com
Your Society: CWS

Dimensions: 21 x 18
Artist's Statement about this work: This piece shows an iguana climbing a statute for the purpose of getting closer to the sun. I observed this iguana on a trip to Mexico.
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Dancing in the Wind
Dancing in the Wind
Dyanne Locati
$1,200.00

AWA Email: dlocati@msn.com
Your Society: AWA

Dimensions: 30 x 22
Artist's Statement about this work: Fluid Acrylic and white gesso on watercolor paper were used to create this landscape. I allow my imagination to develop with each step along the process.
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New Barn
New Barn
Zheng Lu
$550.00

SWS Email: luwatercolorsketch@gmail.com
Your Society: SWS

Dimensions: 12 x 16
Artist's Statement about this work: This is a plein air study at a newly constructed barn in North Texas, I was fascinated with its charm and the sunlight quality. This painting was trying to capture the dramatic cast shadow, work with the composition, and create the illusion of space and depth.
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Dragon Fire
Dragon Fire
Robin Lee Makowski
$1,200.00

NMWS Email: artcfartc5@gmail.com
Your Society: NMWS

Dimensions: 15 x 20
Artist's Statement about this work: Dragon Fire is part of a series of still life paintings featuring tropical and unusual fruit. Inspired by the ornate, interesting shapes and vivid colors, I arrange my set-ups in natural light to take advantage of the glow-through and dramatic shadows from backlighting. The drawing is composed to incorporate the surrounding border as part of the image and break the subjects and shadows out into it. The best part is setting it up, painting it, eating it, then writing it off as art supplies! Just kidding, IRS...
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Catalina
Catalina
Mary McWilliams
$1,002.00

SDWS Email: mcwilliamsmbj@gmail.com
Your Society: SDWS

Dimensions: 30 x 20 x 1
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Painting Pottery
Painting Pottery
Jody Miles
$800.00

AWA Email: jomiles1949@gmail.com
Your Society: AWA

Dimensions: 10 x 14
Artist's Statement about this work: A watercolor painting on 300lb. watercolor paper. This painting is from a photograph I took of my granddaughter painting pottery. Her expression of total absorption captivated me as did the light coming in from the windows that surrounded her. In this case the light reads as white which creates an interesting framework of negative space around her.
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Garden Plans
Garden Plans
Kay Moore
$795.00

CWS Email: kaymoore@q.com
Your Society: CWS

Dimensions: 19 x 14
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Icarus
Icarus
Sandy Newell
$1,200.00

AWA Email: snewdesign@comcast.net
Your Society: AWA

Dimensions: 15 x 22
Artist's Statement about this work: When Icarus fell from the sky because he flew too close to the sun, an island sprouted up and it was named Icaria. My mother was born on Icaria, so this myth is near and dear to my heart. My son is the model, which made the painting even more personal.
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THE BACK 40
THE BACK 40
Dyan Newton
$650.00

WTWS Email: dyansart1@yahoo.com
Your Society: WTWS

Dimensions: 11 x 15
Artist's Statement about this work: This painting was created from a photo I took on a trip to Pleasant Hill, Illinois. It was a run down barn and silos. I brought it back to life with my impressionistic brush strokes and vivid palette.
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A Single Infinite Moment
A Single Infinite Moment
Michelle Nixon
$650.00

UWS Email: m@mmnixon.com
Your Society: UWS

Dimensions: 16 x 12
Artist's Statement about this work: A film is made of many slides, one going after another. Each one film slide represents form; it is the physical – what we see. Life is not the summation of all the film slides. It is the invisible pervading force, which determines each film slide. If there are two sequential slides sitting side by side, one slightly different than the other, they each have form – a different form – and their present form does not change. The form is fixed. What causes the first to be different from the second is life. Life continuously constructs and deconstructs form. Each experienced segment of life depends on the entire course, and viewing a specific occurrence in life, separate from the rest, is not an accurate portrayal of life. The exact position or expressive movement of an individual at any given time is, in fact, the result of a lifetime of other movements. One moment represents the culmination. Life, then, is in each moment.
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Half a Pair and a Spare
Half a Pair and a Spare
Gay Paratore
$6,500.00

SDWS Email: gparatore@verizon.net
Your Society: SDWS

Dimensions: 30 x 38
Artist's Statement about this work: I love the "bling" of chrome and reflections in painted metal. I like the contrast caused by the sun on these surfaces, creating the shadows of the car shapes and shadows that are captured on the objects in reflection. Each part of the painting tells a little story about the car itself, the people, and the reflections of the other cars in the exhibition: Keels and Wheels Cours de Elegance, Lakewood Yacht Club, Texas. I hope to give the viewer something to spend time looking at: the details, the colors, the figures, trees, and of course the reflections. It took me three months for me to create this painting, as I would change the reflections from the photo that I used to make it more interesting, more colorful, or for better composition. Enjoy, please!
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On Safari
On Safari
Carol Peterson, NMWS
$600.00

WTWS Email: carolmpeterson1@gmail.com
Your Society: WTWS

Dimensions: 24 x 18
Artist's Statement about this work: This is my favorite model at our life drawing class. He has dressed up as a pirate, Joseph, miner,etc.
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Still Open
Still Open
Carl Purcell
$1,500.00

UWS Email: studio@carlpurcell.com
Your Society: UWS

Dimensions: 14 x 21 x 1
Artist's Statement about this work: This began as a small doodle with Tombow pen brushes. Then as it began to develop it made me think of all the small businesses that were struggling to stay open in spite of the current situation and the abstract pattern shifted to a street with a small area of business.
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This Can't Wait
This Can't Wait
Irene Rampton
$800.00

UWS Email: ichipman@comcast.net
Your Society: UWS

Dimensions: 15 x 15
Artist's Statement about this work: My intention was to produce a bold, strong image of a woman who had a message to deliver.
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Happy Hour in La Bella
Happy Hour in La Bella
Ian Ramsay
$950.00

UWS Email: imramsay@comcast.net
Your Society: UWS

Dimensions: 18 x 14
Artist's Statement about this work: To me Italian cities like Florence are about history, color and crowds. Here I tried to represent each of these elements and more as I saw and felt them. Working on good quality hot press paper gave me the opportunity to define the detail that I wanted and create an air of age and color. The festive time of day with the happy hour crowds added to the sense of life that the city exemplifies.
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The Drop
The Drop
Linda Renaud
$1,400.00

CWS Email: showandtellartist@gmail.com
Your Society: CWS

Dimensions: 17 x 22.5
Artist's Statement about this work: This is one of the biggest bull moose I have ever seen! He waded into a shallow lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. As he foraged for plants on the bottom of the lake he would pick his head up and the water would cascade off his antlers. I captured this image as the last drop fell from his antler. I thought the contrast between the huge moose and that tiny drop was compelling. This painting is a watercolor wax batik. Watercolor wax batiks utilize alternating applications of wax and paint to create a sense of texture, contrasts of light and dark, and luminous layers of color. Once the waxing and painting process is completed the wax is ironed out and voila' - the painting is finished.
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