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  • Minerva Ortiz
    on Aug 11, 2009 in Painting
    Artist statement: "Being a Mexican-American has made me aware that cultural differences create conflict—while they also work together to create richer experiences and opportunities. Through my paintings I want to address the multiple sides of mult...
  • Betsy Walton
    on Aug 6, 2009 in Mixed Media Illustrator
    I just purchased a piece from this talented Oregon artist, Betsy Walton.Love, love, love it!Her beautifully layered mixed media pieces are an interesting combination of dream-like sequences with contemporary patterns and graphics and modern house...
  • Olaf Otto Becker "I use the camera as a tool to understand the world around me...I try to look at something as though my eyes had opened for the first time." Olaf Otto Becker's Ice landscapes of Greenland are documents of a quickly changing landscape where the ef...
  • Gary Stretar - Art in the ParkGary Sretar is another wonderful landscape artist that I came across at the Fair. These pictures don't even come close to doing his paintings justice. In person his large oils are so rich and warm with color. Gary's art can be found at ArtPickle.
  • Janet Woodcock - Art in the Park
    on May 3, 2009 in Photography
    I fell instantly in love with Janet Woodcock's black and white photography. I have a passion for farm animals, so I was over the moon when I saw her adorable barn animal photos. The animals are captured in an ethereal natural setting. I wanted a do...
  • John Brickels - Art in the Park
    on May 3, 2009 in Ceramic
    I've never come across anything like John Brickels fantastic sculptures. Each structure is so meticulously designed. Every detail, every rock, shingle and brick are so painstakingly perfect. You can get lost in all the details - some buildings have d...
  • Kenyon Bajus
    on May 2, 2009 in Graphic artist
    Kenyon Bajus's art is obviously politically charged and controversial at best. "Kenyon's work can best be described as graphic satire. From social and political commentary to pop-culture subvertising, each piece is laced with a polluted sense of h...
  • William McCarthy - Art in the ParkArt in the Park -- I love spending a beautiful spring afternoon looking at amazing art. Montclair Museum sponsors Art in the Park here in our lovely town of Montclair - and it never disappoints. I came across some really wonderful artists. William M...
  • Jennifer Davis
    on Apr 16, 2009 in Painting
    Jennifer Davis paints with a soft soothing palate. Her paintings invite you into a dream like setting with  whimsical characters and creatures. Her newest work, however, is much more dark and biting.  Portraits of beasts or monsters are shown...
  • Lauren Woehler
    on Apr 5, 2009
    Lauren Woehler is a mixed media artist that works with acrylics and watercolors.  She's another fantastic artist that I discovered on Etsy. Her paintings are so soft and are all so different in style. I really love this top painting.See more of he...
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