Booth # 119
Kelly’s work blends the gestural language of improvisational expressionism with reductive abstraction. She thrives on the constant change of subject matter and styles and enjoys the juxtaposition of both chaos and simplicity.
Booth # 25
Philip creates oil paintings on canvas using a variety of brushes, techniques, and highly paid models and actors.
Booth # 130
Using his 20-year sculptor skillset, Paul creates dynamic compositions on canvas, curing and manipulating each layer with variations of heat and sanding. Each layer receives its own special treatment forming new shapes and shadows. Paul’s only tradition is to experiment every day and discover.
Booth # 111
Greg paints humorous, miniature gouache painting of penguins, zombies, and nudes in unexpected situations.
Booth # 33
Sharon’s paints figurative art to connect with shared experiences of meaning and joy. Through this language and expression, we discover our personal commonalities and find appreciation, respect, and acceptance of one another.
Booth # 127
Cassie’s interiors illustrate cognizance as each room she paints is a snapshot of her mind. Straddling the line between dream and reality, she is fascinated by the idea of multiple truths and layers of scale, and time, and place.
Booth # 91
Sumiyo’s impressionistic and expressionist paints depict natural themes and represent both traditional and nontraditional watercolor techniques.
John Van Orsouw
Booth # 121
John’s mixed media paintings are painted on canvas and or wood.
Booth # 147
Peter works from his home studio on Searsport, Maine, painting rustic scenes of nature and still life arrangements in a soft realistic style. Peter states, “While I may set the mood and begin to tell a story, the painting should hold the viewer’s attention long enough, so they discover and feel something of their own.” Peter enjoys how paintings can awaken a memory or an emotion and provoke conversation.
Booth # 24
Simon Zeng expresses his rich imagination and love of nature in his artwork. His work describes the beauty of human beings and truth, which are shown by traditional and modern styles.
Zu Sheng Yu
Booth # 88
Zu Sheng believes that art and music have a logical connection that is experimented with in abstraction and painting.
Booth # 205
Kerream uses acrylic paint on wood panels.
Booth # 78
Carolyn paints on linen using a brush and a knife to apply her permanent oil paints, medium scumbling, and glaze to achieve a glow of light in her artwork.
Booth # 188
Deo’s works are of striking tribal motifs and scenery, of which evoke the essence of Black African art culture and life—vibrant, colorful and alive.
Booth # 191
Timothy’s works are pieces of Vibrant Pop Art with provocative simplicity.
Booth # 143
Philip produces large, abstract paintings. While Philip’s process of painting is intuitive and relatively quick, the length of time in between layers can be very long— a process which allows Philip to produce unique and interesting works.
Booth # 31-32
Booth # 72
Peyton uses oil pastels with a small amount of oil paint to produce his works of art.
Booth # 69-70
Michael’s oil or acrylic works, mostly figurative, are first drawn on canvas using drawings & watercolors done on location. He doesn’t use photos because he likes the abstraction that began in the original sketches. The figures, the shapes between them,& color relations are woven together to create the rhythm of the piece.
Booth # 77
Dennis’s works are half sheet watercolors painted on handmade paper of New England Country and Coastal Scene.
Booth # 136
Ben’s art is a combination of chance and deliberation - vibrant colors mixed with imaginative theming to create engaging art that makes people smile.
Booth # 63-64
Stuart creates abstract figurative paintings in acrylic and oil. Painted from life and imagination.
Booth # 207
Patrick uses acrylic paint on canvas to create his works. Paint is applied with pallet knives and syringes for maximum depth and texture.
Booth # 166
Julie creates happy, serene and soothing for the soul artwork derived from life on the water as a fisherman's daughter and fisherman of eels.
Booth # 73
Marc’s paintings have a huge respect for oceans, beaches, and a relaxing base of energy for everyone in many different settings. He has an oil on the canvas painting technique which is shown to be soothing and has a uniqueness of being pleasant in a serene nature.
Booth # 144
Andrea is a food portrait pop artist who focuses on nostalgic Americana and explores memories through food.
Booth # 201
Daphne’s oil paintings are non-representational works that focus on a balancing composition and color.
Booth # 165
Bao produces traditional oil paintings on canvases.
Deborah T Colter
Booth # 9
Booth # 137
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