Artist Spotlight: Elizabeth Gyles Johnson

Capturing Your Dreams One Drawing at a Time Elizabeth Gyles Johnson has been exploring the world through an artist’s pencil for over 25 years. During those years, she has experienced and even taught many avenues of art, but pencils remain her first love and continue to be her favorite way to express creativity. Elizabeth’s art…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 08/02/2012

September Artist of the Month – Elizabeth Virginia Levesque

ARTIST STATEMENT Even as young children, especially as young children, we often embrace superstitions and imbue harmless objects with the power to help us control our lives. I remember playing with Ouija boards as a preteen, reciting the alphabet as I twisted off a soda can tab, playing MASH and always having a rabbit’s foot…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 06/09/2011

Winsor & Newton: The World’s Finest Artists’ Materials

175 years of fine art supplies — on sale now! Chances are, if you’re an artist, you’re familiar with Winsor & Newton — and for good reason! This world-famous company produces some of the finest and most popular art supplies available in the industry: from paints and mediums to canvas, brushes, paper, and everything in…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 26/08/2011

Winners Announced for the Open Artist Call!

We recently had an Open Artist Call Competition open to all visual artists working in acrylics, oils, watercolors, pastels, and other dry media.  After a fantastic response with some amazing entries, the judges have selected the winners. Daniel Cassity – First Place: $500 gift card Robyn Cook – Second Place: $250 gift card Teri Lai…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 26/08/2011

July Artist of the Month – HM Craig

My name is HMCraig, and I currently live in the Boston area. My life has taken me to many places, on many adventures in the US and in Europe. My work focuses on light and color. My subjects are often flowers and glass. Flowers provide me with limitless opportunities to play with form and color……

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 06/07/2011

June Artist of the Month – Denise Saylor

I have been painting and drawing my entire life. My earliest memories were of drawing constantly on anything I could get my hands on! When I was around 12 years old, I spent some time taking oil painting classes with an instructor who only accepted children who were already talented. I basically had to “audition”…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 01/06/2011

April Artist of the Month – Constance Pappalardo

Artist Statement It is interesting that right now, I am working out of two places. I have two separate approaches to painting and I move from one to the other like I would move between two adjoining rooms.  I think that one would be able to recognize “me” in both but only with some sincere effort. At a glance,…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 01/04/2011

March 2011 Artist of the Month – Sabrina Michaels

Sabrina Michaels strives to convey her thoughts and deepest emotions through her paintings. She frequently paints from her own wildlife photographs, but also paints from life and imagination. Although her work is most commonly nature themed, it is inspired by mythology, fantasy, science fiction, music, politics, spirituality and love. Sabrina’s paintings sometimes reflect her affection for…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 03/03/2011

February 2011 Artist of the Month – Jim Martinez

JiM MARTiNEZ I look at my art with the same satisfaction that an author might view his or her writing, or a musician might appreciate the music.  If I only had myself to share it with I would feel blessed.  I love to share what I create and can’t wait to show someone as soon…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 02/02/2011

“Mother Nature’s Child” by Cheryl Whitestone

Mother Nature’s Child 24″ x 36″ Oil Paint on Linen Currently this painting is being exhibited at the State Botanical Gardens in Athens Georgia, through mid Feb. 2011. This is a portrait of  a little girl who had been out on a hike with her mother, a photographer. They had found a meadow and picked…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 24/01/2011