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2018 Painting Artists

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Glenna Adkins

Fort Thomas, KY

Booth #602
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Glenna's use of layered paint with soft pastel, graphite and varnish evokes a feeling of energized imagination with an updated modern urban flair, while also giving the work a sense of history. Her color combinations are current yet timeless.

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Beth Bojarski

Milwaukee, WI

Booth #627
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Beth aims to capture the sweet awkwardness of the human condition. She begins by moving oil paint around on wood. In the blotches of color, shapes appear. Figures are pulled from the abstract as she begins to define the characters and their story.

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Jerry Brem

Beaufort, SC

Booth #101
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Paintings of simple objects emphasizing the abstract elements and process. Oil is used over charcoal, watercolor, and tinted gesso, which have been worked and reworked to develop history.

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Lisa Burge

Taos, NM

Booth #506
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Lisa has been creating artwork in Taos, NM for over 30 years. Her primary focus over the years has been in the area of monoprinting and painting. She has participated in numerous art shows around the country, which she has been very passionate about.

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Gaston Carrio

Houston, TX

Booth #400
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I get immersed into interpreting the unconscious symbolisms, especially those exceeding the limitations of simply aesthetically conditions. Oil, graphite, oil pastels, charcoal & acrylic resin over panel.

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John Chehak

Cedar Rapids, IA

Booth #314
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I continually strive to create original work in style, color, and subject matter using acrylic paint on canvas and archival papers.

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Danny Chu

Suwanee, GA

Booth #304

The purpose of my painting is to evoke viewer's emotion

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Fernando Cornejo

Bloomington, IL

Booth #319

My artwork uses a wide range of media to cover a diverse subject matter. I began my landscape series in 1996. My hope is that each image will "speak" to the viewer and evoke emotion. I am truly passionate about the visual beauty of the natural world.

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Matthew Cornell

Orlando, FL

Booth #206
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Small oil paintings on wood.

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Patricia DeLeon Alfonso

Greenville, SC

Booth #238
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Oils + acrylics are layered intuitively on Baltic birch. With lyrical scrawls, gouges, deep scratches and repetitive mark making, my work references the visceral dynamics of universal experience.

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Janina Ellis

Greer, SC

Booth #117
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I paint with the knowledge that everybody is intriguing. Everyone is the hero of a story. I seize a seemingly mundane, everyday moment and attempt to illuminate it in a manner that reveals its beauty and poignancy.

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Robert Flowers

Summerfield, NC

Booth #624

As a landscape painter using the medium of watercolor I do multiple miniature studies on site. From these studies I do more involved works in my studio. I do multiple washes, lift and dry brush to create volume, depth, light and atmosphere.

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Tate Hamilton

Denver, CO

Booth #212
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I have been a member of The Art Student League of Denver for 20 plus years and have shown and sold my work throughout the US. I paint in a classical/ impressionist style with a 5-color palette. I love painting people in city habitats.

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Ginny Herzog

Minneapolis, MN

Booth #309
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Mixed media paintings with my digitally manipulated photos of architecture as collage. I piece portions of architectural elements that are unrelated to each other to construct new, intriguing architectural forms, fusing multiple perspectives.

Lorri Kelly

Vero Beach, FL

Booth #629
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Originals only - Abstract acrylic and pencil paintings created without the use of brushes on custom made wood panels.

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M Kemper

Oklahoma City, OK

Booth #631
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Joachim Knill

Hannibal, MO

Booth #401
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Oil painting on panel. Part of "national treasure". An installation of a shipping crate containing a portrait room, stolen, acquired, and traded from some place inhabited by stuffed toy animals.

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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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Carrie Pearce

Peoria, IL

Booth #505
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You will see people, wildlife, and still-life paintings aimed to entertain you and convey events real or imagined through images, improvisation and embellishment.

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Bruce Peeso

Monson, MA

Booth #610
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Acrylic paintings, with a focus on the horizon to emphasize the vast peacefulness of the landscape. Paintings are done with numerous glazes for a greater luminosity, each depicting a particular place but rendered for the feeling it invokes.

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Marian Steen

St. Louis, MO

Booth #100
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I begin my abstract paintings with watercolor & apply it on wet paper. I then pour & drip & scrape & utilize all the capriciousness of that media. Then comes the cerebral part. For contrast & texture I apply opaque acrylic paint & add collage pieces.

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Luke Stretar

Richfield, OH

Booth #222
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I strive to capture interest and beauty in simple images. My paintings focus on rural American themes with a painting style rooted in Dutch, European and early American traditions with a contemporary edge.

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Chris Vance

Bondurant, IA

Booth #508
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Work is influenced by skateboard graphics and graffiti. I work in acrylic, charcoal, and spray paint on wood finished with lauqer.

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Taman VanScoy

Long Beach, CA

Booth #221
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Provoking emotion by creating landscape paintings that are quiet and serene yet also have a sense of melancholy and mystery are my main artistic goals in this current body of work.

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John Whipple

Winter Park, FL

Booth #512
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I create pattern and designs using alternative processes and juxtapose it with my imagery.

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Kathleen Willer

Menomonee Falls, WI

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Large, semi-abstracted landscape paintings with many layers and abundant detail. Multiple processes with acrylic paint, oil pastel, resist, graffito, and pencil. Must be seen up close.

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Yu Zhou

Yardley, PA

Booth #130
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I have worked on oil paintings for over 40 years, graduated from Central Academy of Arts, Beijing, China. I do original oil paintings on linen. Hopefully I can show my supreme realistic Still Life paintings to more and more people.

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