A Place for Creativity & Creative People In CNY
Baum has been doingcommissionedportraiture and other paintings for several years..
Barabara Baum Portraiture
PET PORTRAITS I love to paint portraits of animals, so letme
paint one of your pet! A pet portrait makes a unique gift and
becomes a lasting family treasure. Commissions accepted forthis
Patricia Seitz NEW WORKS BY PATRICIA SEITZ Just off the easel,
"Winter Wonderland". Although I am not ready to let go of
Autumn, I do enjoy painting winter landscapestoo!Also
in the works are more Autumn landscapes!
Deb Dahlin says: Art allows me to speak in the
voice that's unique to me, which makes me happy and at
peace. I teach my students this lessonabove
all else. Art is a way to speak to the world in your ownspecial
way. That's the great part! There's room for everyone!
Adriana Meise Check out her
artwork.Stop in to check out her paintings.
KRAWIEC Well as you know the holidays arehereagain and what better
way to show you care than by buyingyourlove
ones a great piece of art work or hand made jewelry or somegreatpiece
of photography. Support you local artists To see someofJennifer's
art CLICK HERE
I am a self taught artist interested in painting images ofearly
modern women using facial expression and body language asameans
of communication. My work has been in many juried exhibitionsin
central NY. Two paintings will be published in theupcomingissue
of Stone Canoe Art and Literature journal
Sylvia Steen would like you to Check out a few of her paintings
Charlotte Blanchard - Wishful Traveler Gallery
Growing up on a small family farm in Hubbardsville, New
York, Charlotte can’t remember notdrawingor
painting. Charlotte continued to find solacein
the art world and was fortunate enough to take drawinglessonswith
“Bean” Albert Backus, a well-known Florida artist. She spentthe
next couple decades of her life experimenting with different
techniques in oil and water color paintings. See themhere:Please
P.S. It's all about detail and contrast coming togetherandmaking
a pleasing union.
Joan Applebaum Ihavebeen
an artist and an art educator for several yearscurrentlyworking
as the Arts Studio Coordinator at the East Area Family YMCA in
Fayetteville. I try to exhibit and sell my work asmuchas
time permits. I am currently showing artwork in a fewsmallartsy
gift shops in the area. Here is the link to my website.http://windyhillstudioarts.com
My Artwork Daily pieces I have completed sofar.They
are available for purchase through the Szozda Gallery foronly$15
each! Get one for yourself today. I am available to do
commissioned pieces as well. Check art here.
Maria Janina Rizzo created a body of work of 12 pieces that talk about our human condition through the use of a tree as a symbol.The tree has three main parts: the roots, the trunk and the branches. The roots can be seen as our past, our childhood, and the experiences which help form the person that we are now. http://cnyartists.com/profile/MariaJRizzo?xg_source=profiles_memberList
Marc Pittarelli I am most intrigued by anddrawn to those artistic styles thatspan the continuum fromimpressionism, expressionism to abstractart. To me, this is artthat is not bound to reproduce life'svisual experience, but rather, thisis art that is free to represent life's visual experience withgreater importance placed on mood, movement and composition than onaccurate representation.As an artist, I can say that working in anexpressionist fashion ismuch more engaging and fulfilling than purerendering. I believe itelicits greater involvement by the viewer aswell. I am currentlyworking in pastel on paper, acrylic on canvasand on board and digital photography. Please enjoy the sampling ofwork I haveposted. Originals are available and most works areavailable aslimited edition signed and numbered giclee. Clickhere http://www.cnyartists.com/photo/albums/pastels-1
Izzy Dugger My paintings started out mystical in an ethereal sense, exploring netherworlds between here and the hereafter. I have since begun painting glimpses of fairytales,both innocent and dark in nature. They are usually nonspecific, loose interpretations, meant only to provoke interest and thought, not to convey specific scenes. I enjoy creating images of figures from my imagination and making them come to life for others."
See Artworks HERE