Helen N. Rowles
Drawing and painting have always been second nature to me. I challenge myself to explore a subject matter by developing a full series of pieces within the venue. Working in this manner allows for expansion on a particular subject, thereby reaching further depths of exploration and understanding. As an artist I find this process conducive to creating a meaningful body of work.
New art for the new age with the new tools and media. Giclées as the last frontier.
Images in Depth (Gullwing Lifecasting) produces exact sculptured portraits of people (no animals, please) through the technique of Lifecasting. We specialize in faces, hands, and torsos, and can make these fine art pieces in a wide range of prices, dependent entirely on the materials and finishes chosen by the client. Please see the website for examples of our work.
I’m a visual artist. I’m probably best known for hiding my paintings throughout the state of Arizona with the hope that you might find them.
As an artist working in oils, I paint landscapes in plein air whenever possible. I love to incorporate nature and being in the moment into an artistic expression. Painting in nature forces me to paint quickly, capture the moment and try to produce a painting that answers the emotional response that drew me to the scene. I paint in a traditional manner, laying in the darks first and working toward the lights.
Jared Aubel is a contemporary painter who mixes classic painting techniques with elements of Pop Surrealism, Lowbrow, and street-art. Educated at Arizona State University, Aubel graduated with a bachelor degree in fine arts, with specialty in sculpture. The unique diversified course study at ASU allowed Aubel to experiment with multiple artistic mediums and techniques, leading to his skillful mash-up style of old and new, high and low. His content is usually inspired by lived experiences, night life, and eccentricities of modern society. Clever jokes and visual puns are created by layering elements of nostalgic pop culture, symbolic icons of religion and war and modern fears of the American lifestyle. Aubel has exhibited work in the gallery setting, sticker art on the street, and gained an international following for his prints through his website.