Artists’ Art Gallery 2019
Welcome to the artists’ art gallery and directory!
We encourage you to explore the artwork, biographies, and related information about the artists below.
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Category listings are by “art medium”, or alphabetical via the last name of the artist.
View the juried artists’ works for the 22nd Annual Carmel International Arts Festival.
My oil paintings represent the wonder & imagination of nature where light, color, and depth converge. I begin with a blank canvas and block in large areas of color. As I move forward I refine details.
Many layers of acrylic paint applied to canvas with various sized palette knives. Soft pastel, graphite, and ink is applied in between each layer. The piece is finished with layers of oil varnish
Traditional watercolor pigments and paper, but also watercolor canvas and watercolor gesso treated canvases.
One of a kind lathe turned art pieces using a variety of techniques. Each piece is finished by meticulously sanding and preserving the wood to draw out the natural color and grain.
Skeeter Aschinger 3D
Home Pompano Beach FL home
Elongated figurative mixed media sculptures of wood and fiberglass resin clay. Other found repurposed and natural materials are incorporated to carry out the individual characteristics of each piece.
Sally Austin 2D
Home Carrollton GA home
Multiple layers of stitching, charcoal, water color, wax and textile paint on raw cloth that I size, cut and fray. Mounted in a custom built distressed wood frame.
Ruby Ballard-Harris Fiber
Home Indianapolis IN home
The jackets & coats are designed from mud clothes or African influenced fabrics. They are completely lined. The buttons match the linings They are cut to fit any body type.
Martha Banting Jewelry
Home Micanopy FL home
Natural materials recycled from nature including fossil tusk material;shed antler;fossils;leather and horn,are carved;inlaid;polished and set into hand fabricated precious metal settings.
Deborah Barnes Jewelry
Home Mount Dora FL home
I fabricate sterling & 14kt. sheet w/hand tools & the knowledge of traditional silversmithing techniques: chasing, metalforming, hollowforming, forging, piercing, soldering,reticulation, stone setting
Inspired by nature, I use a variety of slips, resists, design techniques & glazes on clay to create dynamic results in functional stoneware. My pieces bring a little bit of joy to everyday life.
I use natural elements of earth such as Stone wood metal leaves to create fountains and mosaics by attaching those elements to forms that I have made out of cement.or wood.
One thread at a time I build the cloth & design on my loom using ancient & modern tapestry weaving skills to create hand dyed wool pillows, ottomans & wall hangings with hand stitched surface details.