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Artist Wall • Past

 

John Turner River To Tombouctou
 River To Tombouctou © 2018 John Turner, acrylic on photographic print, 4" x 6".

Painting Photography 

John Turner
paint/marker on photographs

August 9-September 7, 2019
Receptions: August 9 • 5–8pm

My interest in photography and art ranges from 20th Century American Folk Art, to the emerging field of outsider photography. Over years of travel, I've taken thousands of photographs and collected hundreds of souvenir postcards. One time, on a visit to Mexico, I came across a hand-tinted colored postcard, which was sentimental in message and visually, somewhat surreal. Using this as an inspiration and coupled with my interests, I began painting on some of my favorite images. What I enjoy about this process is that it gives me a second bite at the apple, rearranging and enhancing the reality captured by our cameras, often resulting in a new emotional tone.

Anne Shaheen 2019

Anne Sheehan
© Anne Shaheen 

Anne Shaheen

May 2–June 8, 2019
Reception: May 10 • 5–8pm

I’m a ReUse artist who’s always been drawn to items that are old, worn, rusted or broken, just waiting to be part of a story that will be interpreted only by the curious observer. I like to mix things up & allow the materials to lead the way. For me, it’s all about celebrating the natural patina that comes with age, and the beauty in imperfection.

Licita Fernández 2019

Licita Fernndez Cityscape
Cityscape © Letica Fernández 

Through the Rainbow

acrylic and digital painting by Licita Fernández

November 9-December 8, 2018
Reception: November 9 • 5–8pm

For years I painted in watercolors, mostly representational botanical subject matter. More enjoyable for me to paint and for the viewer to look at are my whimsical and imaginative paintings. I created some of these in watercolor, and have moved to acrylic on canvas almost exclusively.All my work shows my love of color, whimsy, joy, and humor. 

Carlos Ortega
 

Carlos Ortega

May 5–June 2, 2018
Reception: May 11 • 5–8pm

Carlos Ortega is a multimedia artist primarily working in painting and ceramics. His artwork celebrates the spiritual matrix and boundless beauty of our existence.