Amy applies acrylic paints and mediums with brushes, knives, fingers, rags, and straight out of the tube. To maintain the confidence and freedom of a child to let whatever happens next happen is always Amy’s goal, always the challenge…
Abstract watercolors using vibrant colors and patterns, along with a strong sense of balance and design.
Award of Excellence Winner, Painting
James creates acrylic paintings on gessoed and sanded board.
Chen mostly uses traditional methods, however, sometimes he likes to use different methods and color tone, if it can better reflect the themes.
Cheryl paints shorelines and florals working with expressive brushwork in an impressionistic style.
Devin paints in the style of realism and impressionism, his medium is oil on canvas.
Dick’s medium is oil on linen. He paints representational landscapes, seascapes, and still lifes.
Lillian works from life and actual subjects. She uses fine oils on toned portrait-grade canvas employing numerous thin layers of paint in order to enhance luminosity. Early layers are used to establish tonal quality. Subsequent layers are used to refine details.
David paints using oil on board. He uses various types of applications including wire brush, cloth and hands.
Joseph’s work is comprised of oil and acrylic paintings on ampersand panel or Belgian linen, under painted, then layered to completion.
Joe paints on Arches 300 Lbs. Pressure Paper. His medium is watercolor.
William creates realistic explorations of water in motion, using oils on canvas. His work centers on the unique dynamics of the ocean surf, and occasionally forest streams and waterfalls.
All of Harry’s work is done with oils, either on canvas or board. He uses a layer of glazes to achieve a richness of depth and color. He does a variety of subject matter from still lifes to land scapes and sea scapes. All of his work is done by hand, he starts out with a basic drawing and then proceeds to block in the main subject matter. None of his work is computer generated.
A landscape artist of outdoor scenes, particularly in watercolor, Shanghai-born artist Peiliang Jin blends a unique synthesis of East and West through both traditional Chinese and modern art. His technique is inspired by his classical training and in the ancient watercolor methods of Chinese art.
Bao’s landscape painting represents a kind of passion to the natural. He tries his best to show the change of water, pay attention to the different layers of gradation of gray tone, the brush stroke and the thickness of color, all trying hard to make the picture appear a unique serenity and beauty.
Jeannie creates photorealistic oil paintings of swimmers and urban scenes based on self-taken photos.
Using "Chiaroscuro", Chris tries to capture the essence of the objects before himself and the light in which they are placed.
William paints atmospheric landscape done completely from memory and imagination.
Using acrylics and a variety of media on canvas, Anne creates works with a fluid aesthetic, reminiscent of the sea.
Harnessing plein air and studio oil painting, Brian creates loose yet descriptive brushwork.
Using oil on canvas, Leo paints owl portraits.
Michael paints abstracted figurative works.
Oil paintings on canvas.
Ron paints miniature landscapes, still lifes, and animals done in oil on thrice gessoed panel in the traditional Impressionist style. As composition, light, color and proportion become so very critical in this small space, detailed brushwork becomes an exciting and riveting challenge for him.
Stephen uses acrylic pigments applied to wood or masonite panels to capture the "Old Grey Ancients" barns and surrounding scenes throughout New England's four seasons of light and color.
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