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Sue Slater: Featured Artist November 2020

Sue Slater: Featured Artist November 2020

Sue Slater’s Autumn 2020 exhibit, “After the Storm” features the painting “Nova Scotia Harbor” This was inspired from a painting trip last Fall to the Maritimes of Canada.
This show also includes SB Architectural favorites, representational still lifes and vibrant abstract paintings.

Rick Doehring

Rick Doehring

The title reflects one aspect of Abstract art: you never really know what you’re making until you’re done.

Dona Marino Wieckowski

Dona Marino Wieckowski

I am a mixed media artist with a love for creative outlets like stone sculpture, photography, semi-precious stone jewelry, pen & ink, ceramics, floral design, interior design, and off loom weaving, My artwork reflects my environment.

A. Michael Marzolla

A. Michael Marzolla

I have a fascination with color, light, space, shape, movement, and the creative process. I’m always learning to look and learning to see. I love expressing my life experience through abstract expression.

Katherine Morse

Katherine Morse

Katherine has been drawn to the outdoors since she was a child, with its changing atmospheric conditions, all molding the landscape around it and telling a story which captivates the spirit and inspires the soul.

Karen Nicolaij Glancy

Karen Nicolaij Glancy

Karen Nicolaij Glancy was born and raised in North Dakota it was then that developed her love for wide open spaces and clear blue skies.
Karen predominately paints with pastel and oil creating landscapes and seascapes, although she has a “no -limits” attitude and explores a great deal.

Rica Coulter

Rica Coulter

Rica O. Coulter was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1928. She graduated from the art department at the University of Illinois. She then studied at the Colorado Springs Fine Art School and at Atelier 17 in New York.

Carol North Dixon

Carol North Dixon

The number 3 is seen as a lucky and powerful number. It represents the principles that underlie life such as mind, body, spirit; birth, life, death; beginning, middle, end; past, present, and future.

Nancy Hull

Nancy Hull

My primary interest is in interpreting the landscape, in pastel paintings inspired both by favorite local scenes and by those captured by photographs and sketches during travel.

Julianne Martin

Julianne Martin

I have found the intricate and dynamic nature of the ancient process of encaustic painting to be fascinating. The layering and fluidity of wax can create a complex and intriguing look.

​Vandana Khare

​Vandana Khare

Living in this world of unrest, I find peace in beauty of nature, serenity and calmness of ocean and my quest to fulfill my childhood dream. My love for bright colors influenced by my birth country is visible throughout in my work.

A. Michael Marzolla

A. Michael Marzolla

To find out more about this artist, go to www.MarzozArt.com  A. Michael Marzolla Abstract Excogitations Why I make art: I have a fascination with color, light, space, shape, movement, and the creative process. I’m always learning to look and learning to see. I...

Christine Apostolina Beirne

Christine Apostolina Beirne

I actually started painting this piece in the window at Ojai Valley Artists Gallery as part of the lavendar festival, but then was very busy getting ready for my piece that is current hanging in the Ojai Valley Museum as part of Ojai Studio Artists annual exhibit. So, I just finished it last week.

Brendan Briggs

Brendan Briggs

I’ve been vibrating intensely behind the current White House Administration. Frustrated in hopelessness that unless chess pieces are removed change cannot occur. Imagine setting Integrity behind greed, moral fortitude – gone, kindness attributes – diminished, and finally backing up racism?

Nancy Horwick

Nancy Horwick

I am mainly an oil painter, and love both plein air and studio painting, depending on my mood. I’ve always been interested in the effects of light on objects or across the landscape. and attracted to bright, vivid colors. I think it’s fascinating how people see colors differently, so my pieces often ‘play up’ certain hues I see as predominant.

Chris Provenzano

Chris Provenzano

I’ve worked diligently and passionately for the last 35 years as a commercial & fine art sculptor. Stone, bronze, clay & foam allowed me to create work that I am very proud of, but for some reason I am no longer satisfied being a sculptor.

Nadya Brown

Nadya Brown

ccording to a 2015 study nearly 500 species of animals have gone extinct since 1900. This group of paintings then, is a small meditation on the fragility and deterioration of our environment.

Deni Weeks

Deni Weeks

My Name is Deni Weeks. While I have explored many different mediums, I am currently a pastel artist. I paint seascapes, landscapes, flowers, animals and sometimes, portraits.

Cheryl Barber

Cheryl Barber

Art is a spiritual experience for me. I love to bring joy and wonder in to my pieces. Creativity is so much fun! I love getting lost in the feeling of timelessness and surrendering to my imagination.

​Lynn Humphrey

​Lynn Humphrey

Lynn’s work specializes in the beauty of our natural landscapes and seascapes. She’s won awards in the International Association of Pastels USA show, the Bacara benefit show for the Gaviota Coast and the juror’s choice award in a show sponsored by the Goleta Valley Art Association.

​Sue Slater

​Sue Slater

The centerpiece of this show is“Amalfi View” was inspired by a train trip along the west coast of Italy. Towns and villages cropped up from the hillsides and
land below.

Carol Talley

Carol Talley

arol Talley grew up in Santa Barbara, and attended the University of California Santa Cruz. She has been working with pastels and oils since the late 1990’s.

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