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AWA Email: email@example.com Your Society: AWA
Dimensions: 22 x 30 x 1 Artist's Statement about this work: The Grand Canyon is a panorama of constantly changing lighting and scenery. One could paint all their lives and never finish with the possibilities. I am intrigued by the changing lighting conditions throughout the day and seasons. The contrasts between sunlight and shadow are ever fascinating. The subtleties of color are endlessly transforming. I've been fortunate enough to hike and raft through the canyon many times, and so I feel I have formed a bond with this huge, everchanging canyon.
Dimensions: 18 x 12 Artist's Statement about this work: Broken pottery pieces in my mosaic creation inspired a still life set up of red bell pepper and onions. Explosive color fresh out of the tube allows me to utilize a direct paint application in a spontaneous manner. Daily drawing keeps me energized and enthusiastic. Viewing my art hopefully allows one to explore each inch of a composition.
Dimensions: 15 x 22 Artist's Statement about this work: No wonder llamas have two 'L's' in their name -- they are unique in so many ways. "Dolly Llamas" is a fresh approach of two llamas having a good ol' time in a Wisconsin barn.
SDWS Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Your Society: SDWS
Dimensions: 30 x 22 Artist's Statement about this work: This painting was inspired by this beautiful horse I saw on a farm in North Carolina. I used the photo I took of this horse to not only paint an animal portrait, but to inspire an emotion and an atmosphere of deep contemplation transcending the obvious.
CWS Email: email@example.com Your Society: CWS
Dimensions: 17 x 14 Artist's Statement about this work: Traveling to the Japan, China, and Thailand, I have been fascinated with Asian art and the many impressive bronze statues of Buddha. This is my interpretation of the many Buddhas I have seen. I love texture and color and have tried to capture that in this mixed media painting on 140 lb. Arches paper.
It is watercolor with watercolor pens in iridescent colors and gold and bronze.
Dimensions: 15 x 22 Artist's Statement about this work: I ran across this beautiful scene on a hike in Rocky Mountain National Park. As I was hiking with non-artists, I didn't have my painting gear with me and took photos. It took a long time for me to decide to paint it, because I knew I needed to think carefully about all the editing and simplification I would have to do, while still keeping the essence of all the details in the scene that I loved.
SAWG Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Your Society: SAWG
Dimensions: 18 x 15 Artist's Statement about this work: As a spectator at a local PowWow behind our mission, I waited for the opening ceremony and the dancing to begin. While the ring was empty, a young girl entered the ring and started twirling around. I was captivated by her lack of self consciousness and easy movements. This painting is based on a photograph I took of the child amidst my wonder.
NMWS Email: email@example.com Your Society: NMWS
Dimensions: 13 x 21 Artist's Statement about this work: Part of a series inspired by the leavings of hot chocolate in a demitasse. After writing a poem about the images that I see, I draw those images on my paper and paint them. The subtitle of this painting is "In Red Rock Country."
Dimensions: 12 x 16 Artist's Statement about this work: My artwork as a watercolorist growing up in Utah represents its vast and diverse landscapes of alpine peaks, rivers, valleys, wildlife and arid red rock deserts with expansive moody skies. These places inspire and remain my artistic playground. However, my work continues to evolve with my travels and a love for a good seascape and the occasional nocturne. My work is an invitation to the viewer to relate and experience the personality of a place. Whether from an outdoor plein air approach or in the studio, I strive to convey the atmosphere of place and time at the mercy of a 2D surface of paper. Armed with a brush, water, pigments, and over 20 years of experience, I am a constant student of nature.
UWS Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Your Society: UWS
Dimensions: 24 x 20 Artist's Statement about this work: Tsuut' Ina Nation is the indigenous people of Alberta Canada. This young man was part of the Calgary Tsuu' Ina Nation Pow Wow in 2020. His top hat spoke of his tribal pride and unique heritage.