Peace begins when expectations end.
Peace begins when expectations end.
The exchange between terrain, climate, temperature and the elements is constant: sometimes consistent and often times transforming by the moment.
His landscape paintings begin en plein air with a series of drawings, watercolours and acrylics, and are completed in his studio in Exeter
Simplicity of line seeking the purity of form is the essence of my sculpture.
Elizabeth Casqueiro is a visual artist who was born in England and grew up
Blake Conroy creates drawings about nature and human perception. He laser-cuts paper and metal, making marks whose appearance changes subtly as the light of day progresses from morning to evening, and then into the artificial light of nighttime.
Heidi Fowler’s work examines man’s relationship with the environment. Her artwork combines everyday objects such as junk mail, plastic bottle caps, and old magazine pages with traditional art materials.
Millennial artist Jon Mort is widely recognized for his startlingly realistic colored pencil and large-scale graphite images and is also a highly sought-after portrait artist.
Lisa Lebofsky’s paintings explore our emotional and physical relationship with nature.
Throughout my entire life, I have been genuinely touched by nature on a daily basis. It has been my refuge and a source of real solace to me, so it seemed like the most natural thing in the world for it to be the source that I continually come back to in my art.
The act of laying graphite down onto paper is personal, intimate and immediate.
I make luminous, romantic paintings of natural places. Human presence is not depicted, but can often be inferred.
Like artists through the ages, I make nature-based art. How does one capture the evanescent clouds, the light through the trees or the bursting forth of new life?
There is a deep and profound magic in the light carried by the wind on the water. It insinuates itself in certain people that will respond to water no matter where they are.
The seashore is enchanting place where sounds of crashing waves fill our ears and low slanting sunlight illuminates the wind blown spray off the rolling waves.
The continuous voice in my work is a mixture of layering line, color and forms, creating patterns and texture.
A tree is an ever-changing organic being. It sends branches where leaves can find sunlight, and crotches form where branches grow to become secondary trunks.
From disorder (a chaos) Order grows – Grows fruitful The chaos feeds it. William Carlos Williams
To paint is an easy and joyously messy task; it’s a pastime enjoyed by many. To create a painting is more taxing, and is accomplished by very few.
This current work is a further exploration into the relationship between the natural world and the human psyche.
Widely recognized as a renowned contemporary realist, Greg Mort’s art is included in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, The Delaware Art Museum, the Corcoran Museum of Art, the Portland Art Museum and many more.
As the figures emerge from the material there is a representation of the feminine archetype and a sensuousness that both females and marble share.
The act of remembering is what currently drives my work. To visually navigate the stories in my mind… to remember stories that may not exist, to imagine stories not yet told.
With my images I try to evoke a sense of space and motion often enhanced by rich and dramatic use of monochromatic tones.
As a painter I work outside the logical confines of language. I try to describe intangible realities for which there are no words.
Painting for me is as essential as breathing, a necessity and a delight. Ideas for painting come from a compelling desire to shape and to abstract my experiences in nature, culture and life.