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Stefan Horik currently exhibits his work in galleries across Canada and is represented in the United States. In short, the paintings of his artistic career are inspired by travel and time.
Jon Mcdonald, An American Painter, Professor, and Illustration Department Chair at Kendall College of art and Design in Grand Rapids, MI. Jon holds both a Bachelors and a Masters degree in fine art from San Francisco Art Institute.
Bernard Proulx, Acrylic painter from Quebec, paints seascapes, characters and landscapes that inspire him. His native Gaspé became his muse. Each of his paintings makes life vibrate and sing in all its forms, combining realism and sensitivity.
Ken Elliott Writes "I am compelled to work from the trees, skies, lakes and streams in their endless variations. I don’t try to recreate nature (even Monet said he never got it right) or attempt storytelling. Instead, the works are simplifications and exaggerations of nature. There was a time when I felt the tyranny of the landscape. That is, I felt limited by making pictures of a place. Now, instead of attempting representations of a scene, I am free to make paintings that are far more reliant on the strategies of making fine art. "
Today Danielle Champoux has added different themes to her art, all of which are created structurally like her flowers and done from the bottom of her heart.
Denna Arnold, A formally trained artist who enjoys collaborating with clients to create something unique just for them. My specialty is working with individuals to create bold statement pieces out of wood and creating memories. My distinct style and innovative painting technique adds sophisticated flare and incredible depth to any room, creating an intimate atmosphere that sparks conversation as a cherished forever heirloom.
Michelle Courier considers herself a realist, impressionist and a contemporary artist with a hint of traditional. She creates visible burst strokes and textures that allow two different ways to enjoy her paintings. Up close her paintings are very impressionistic, but from a distance of twenty feet the viewer feels he is looking at a photograph.
Maggie Bandstra's paintings are nature abstracted. The human connection to nature inspires her paintings and pottery. She extrapolates the simple forms and colors that she finds in plant life and the landscape
Jeff Johns’ paintbrush is extremely well-traveled. Since 2008, he’s created numerous cityscapes, tracing the geometry of countless buildings, bridges and boulevards—and fixing the shifting skies that frame them—brushstroke by brushstroke.
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