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Benowitz, H. Allen

Trademark: depth and texture, a goal of drawing one’s eye in to the picture “texture,”highlighting varying objects’ multifaceted shapes/shades of light.Equipment:Canon 5D III;Leica V-Lux 3. Acid-free archival pigment ink prints, art paper, signed. Editions:15 - 12x18,16x24,20x30, 48x32;lustre/matte prints, acrylic mount/framed.

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Biven, Jane

Mixed media artist, Jane Biven, uses epoxy resin, in combination with a vast array of materials, to create colorful abstract paintings, 3D geode sculptures and custom-made resin/wood furniture. Bivens' resin artwork is displayed in public and private collections worldwide.

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Bryant, Jason

A photo, a fingerprint, a signature, and DNA are all methods we use to identify a person, but they are just a means to match a name or face to an individual, not to describe who they are or to translate their identity.

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Carter, Bonnie

My work is colorful and joyful. Although it is abstract, it references stormy seas and barren mountains. I’ve been working in acrylic since the mid 1990’s and have artwork in private and corporate collections in the US and China. www.bonniecarter.com.

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Crum, John

A graduate of Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida, John received his classical fine art training from nationally acclaimed artists of figure, portrait, and landscape painting in addition to nationally prominent graphic artists. After graduation, he embarked on a life-long career as a painter, muralist, illustrator and graphic artist.

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Devereux, Teddy

Inspiration for Teddy’s artwork stems from a lifelong fascination with biology and the patterns found in nature. Many of her fused glass pictures and sculptures have underlying scientific themes, although her style is not always literal.

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DuTremble, Katherine

Katherine's use of dramatic color has come to define her style. Represented by galleries in NYC as well as Germany, her award winning work can be found in corporate and private collections in the US as well as Europe.

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Eberle, Jill

Eberle’s work examines the results of human interactions – the consequences balancing our autonomy with our relationships. Her suggested narratives talk about power, control, devotion, loyalty, and union – the complexities of our responsibilities to each other and ourselves.

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Ferguson, Melanie

Painting is my way of communicating to you the beauty I see in ordinary moments.  It is mostly being outside in nature that inspires me, but I'm drawn to figure, and still life also.  I love how light hits an object and transforms the scene! 

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Fleischman, Linda

My sculptures are primarily contemporary classical representations of bronzecastings mounted on marble of human image & wildlife.  My plein air oil paintings are primarily representations documenting the beauty of nature & vignettes in urban life scenes.

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Funakoshi, Fuki

Fuki’s work has often been seen in Japanese magazines. Originally from Saitama, Japan, Fuki’s designs are unique in the international marketplace because of her mastery of depicting tropical party life, the spirit and culture of festivals, carnivals, and concerts.

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