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2018 Mixed Media Artists

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Rey Alfonso

Miami, FL

Booth #241
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Rey D. Alfonso is a Cuban artist whose mixed media paintings are energetic expressions of contemporary culture.

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Kendra Bennett

Daphne, AL

Booth #613
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Bringing life to a seemingly simple item with just the use of an xacto knife. My paper cuts are to make you feel as if you are enjoying a beautiful moment with nature.

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Jim C. Brown

Vancouver, Canada

Booth #617
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My work is inspired by nature, Italian frescoes, old Portuguese tiles, delft pottery & my travels. I hand print single or multiple images to manipulated plaster-for example-the imagined forests are made from trees from along my journey.

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Christine Echtner

Madison, WI

Booth #302
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My work is about storytelling. Using drawing and mixed materials I develop my narratives. Beginning with a basic concept I combine the figures, pattern, line and color and watch the story evolve as I develop it on the canvas.

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Benjamin Frey

Buena Vista, VA

Booth #103
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Mixed Media Watercolor pencil drawings

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Amy Gillespie

Arlington, MA

Booth #204
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Sculptural, impressionistic wall pieces created with hand made felt, paint and hard woods.

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Stephen Hayes

Peterborough Ontario, Canada

Booth #628

Many of the themes & issues present in my work are of a personal nature. Much of the imagery & content could be described as landscapes imbued with a human presence, in a context that is often reflective of our daily aspirations & struggles.

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Aaron Hequembourg

Monticello, GA

Booth #208
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Aaron Hequembourg lives with his wife and four children on a c.1815 farm in Georgia. His work is produced from salvaging materials from sharecropper houses and engraving and painting onto the materials.

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Nicario Jimenez

Naples, FL

Booth #109
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Portable wooden boxes filled with hand made colored figurines sculpted from a doughy mixture of boiled potato and plaster.

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Steve Jones

Wentzville, MO

Booth #406
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My work is meant for preservation. Looking back on small, ridiculous moments I hope to preserve these pieces of time in each work. I want my work to be honest, humorous, and visually appealing by experimenting with color and surface.

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Seung Lee

Lewis Center, OH

Booth #124

I start with acrylic and or oil paint on wood panel or canvas for dividing basic color forms for imaging. Developing negative shapes with random brush strokes.

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Michael Madzo

Medora, ND

Booth #414
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The process is simply complicated. Cut and layered painted papers are assembled into images before being sewn together with colored thread by sewing machine. Images are at once striking, often familiar, story-like figures of archetypal nature.

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Rob Matthews

Des Moines, IA

Booth #604
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I create lightweight concrete wall sculpture with various surface textures. Themes are frequently architectural, exploring our relationship to the built environment and the feelings of belonging or alienation that can arise from perceptions of place.

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Kipley A. Meyer

Madison, GA

Booth #115
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The focus of my work is to create interplay and harmony between the disparate elements in life and nature that inspire me: abstract forms, music, the art of communication and the philosophy of minimalism.

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Lou Michaels

Ocala, FL

Booth #205
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My present work is a result of several disciplines I garnered over a 30 year span which include sculpting, welding, fabrication, conceptual design and art gallery manager. I have incorporated all my skills into this work.

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Scott Olson

Chicago, IL

Booth #217
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I work with oil paint on paper, but will often also include other media, such as watercolor, printmaking, and pencil. My subject matter deals with images taken from nature, drawn directly from the landscape, or in the form of still-life.

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Amanda Outcalt

Norfolk, VA

Booth #409
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I create mixed media works using graphite, acrylic paint, and printmaking with shaped intaglio copper plates. Additional media used in my work include thread and collage. Reoccurring themes in my pieces include memory and community.

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Armando Pedroso

Chicago, IL

Booth #213
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Pedroso deconstructs and reconstructs layers of roofing tar, plaster, found objects, metals, symbol's, rich acrylic colors to create inspirational and emotionally driven paintings. Sometimes playful, gritty or with an urban feel.

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Ronnie Phillips

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H.C. Porter

Vicksburg, MS

Booth #102
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My work is a question of identifying with my characters - you must respond to their realness - to what they bring to you and what you can bring to them. That's when the communication takes place.

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Ralph Prata

Tucson, AZ

Booth #638

" In the stillness of creating, I try to bring something into existence that will enhance the lives of all who encounter my works, including myself" Pieces are created in concrete and recycled materials.

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Steven Radtke & Beth Radtke

Monroe, GA

Booth #235
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We create fine crafted vessels & figures from natural materials-gourds, woods, and pods. Fine detailed pyrography, carving and etching combined with pigments that enable the natural patina to show. Our work conveys the spirit of nature.

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Ella Richards

New York, NY

Booth #134
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I call my art Scissors Drawings. My drawing is cut out of black paper with a micro-scissors and then glued to watercolor paper. I enjoy designing pieces I can cut out in one line. Some intricate cuts can take a month or more.

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Will Richards

Underwood, WA

Booth #315
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Epoxy composite and carbon fiber are cut at collaged to form designs, which are fused with heat and pressure producing one of a kind shades. Bases include the finest solid brass dimmer sockets. Together they form a sculptural, gestural element.

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Sheree Sorrells and Kenneth Sorrells

Waynesville, NC

Booth #230
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My art life has evolved from a weaver to a painter to collage. Textile is my natural medium. I like the depth and transparency a textile can possess at the same time. Materials are fabric, canvas, adhesive, paint, print, markers.

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Sharon Spillar

St Louis, MO

Booth #518
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MIXED MEDIA - ink, acrylic, chalk, paper, pencil, Letraset, etc. on cradled board ( Many works include my personal notes and drawings from sitting in various hotels and bars, or those my loved ones deemed fit to contribute).

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Chris Wheeler

Fort Collins, CO

Booth #322
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My collage is a combination of drawing, painting and sculpting. I use acrylics, watercolors and ink on handmade paper that is cut freehand and shaped for an organic and modern style of collage.

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$65 Unframed

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