Artists

Original Native American Oil Paintings
Original Oils depicting the Native American Indians and their children. Each piece is one of a kind.

Guadalupe Apodaca is recognized spanning over forty years as an award-winning artist acknowledged by The Pastel Society of America and other awards from juried fine art shows throughout the United States.

http://guadalupeapodaca.com/
Eclectic, surreal and evocative are what people are saying regarding the paintings of Tabatha Hutchins.

Gypsies Never Die
Eclectic, surreal and evocative are what people are saying regarding the paintings of Tabatha Hutchins. She has gleaned inspiration from the urban hubs of cities both across America and abroad. Her clever use of subjects of human nature and wildlife mixed with cold concrete cityscapes, bring harsh reality to life and gives breath to her art. The characters she creates on her canvases are not only done so by the acrylics she uses, but mainly by the imagination of those who view them.

HC Gilmore, Dimensional Fired Art

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Oil and acrylic paintings of varied sizes.

Oil and acrylic paintings by Hal R. Mason. Check out the gallery online!

Paintings by Scottsdale artist, Hannaelore S. Amon.

In my paintings I try to put on canvas the beauty of nature, of places visited, landscapes and seascapes, sometimes even personal dream landscapes, abstracts and fantasy images. I try to capture the fascination , the beauty, the vibration and brilliance of colour. To put this spontaneous experience on canvas, is not only a great challenge but also expresses my positive attitude towards life itself.

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Hazel Stone paints in a style that is unique, innovative and complex. Her subject matter may begin with realistic images, but may also include imaginary, whimsical or abstract forms. By combining multiple images, subjects and symbols, then paints revealing them on many levels or from different viewpoints, unexpected results are obtained. The artist likes to explore the unusual, unexpected and mystifying aspects of life, often with exciting results. She works primarily in watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, collage and ink. Her love of color clarity and excitement is always present. With images that originate from a wide range of personal experiences, she presents a challenge to the viewers to bring their own personal experiences into play and connect with the painting.

Hazel Stone is a Signature Member of the Taos National Society of Watercolorists, the Philadelphia Water Color Society, the International Society of Experimental Artists, the Contemporary Watercolorists of Arizona, the Arizona Watercolor Association, the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, the Northwest Watercolor Society, Arizona Aqueous, the Kansas Watercolor Society, the Pikes Peak Watercolor Society, the Texas Watercolor Society, Red River Watercolor Society, Mississippi Watercolor Society, Western Colorado Watercolor Society, Missouri Watercolor Society and California Watercolor Association. Her Biographical Listing is included in Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the West. Her paintings have been published in several publications.

Stone has served as Juror for several Arizona Art Exhibitions. She has conducted many painting demonstrations, one-day adult watermedia workshops and several children’s drawing and painting classes. She has been very involved in the artist community in many ways. Her most meaningful service includes being the Chairman of Contemporary Watercolorists of Arizona from 2002 to 2004, Chairman of the Arizona Watercolor Association National Watercolor Exhibition 2000 and Co-Chair of the 1999 Arizona Watercolor Association National Exhibition.

www.hazel-stone-watermediaartist.com
602-956-3783
Photography.

Heather J. Kirk Photographic Artistry