ARTIST PORTFOLIO—Part Two: Exhibits of selected works from several of our favored artists with names beginning with the letter "L" though "Z," plus exhibits by several publishers.
|Dan Mackin has captured, on canvas, his memories of exotic sailing trips to the Caribbean, the Bahamas, the South Pacific, Asia, the rainforests of South America, and the beaches where he surfed in Southern California. (Dan was elected to the Surfing Hall of Fame in 2001.) Recently he collaborated with Brian Wilson (of "The Beach Boys" fame) to produce visual interpretations of the songwriter's lyrics including "Surfing USA," "Surfer Girl," "In My Room," and "God Only Knows".|
|Peter Max One of the most famous living artist's, Peter Max is also a pop culture icon. His bold colors, uplifting images and uncommon artistic diversity have touched almost every phase of American culture and has inspired many generations. Peter Max has painted for 6 U.S. Presidents. His art is on display in Presidential Libraries and U.S. Embassies.|
|Dean Morrissey has been drawing and creating characters since his childhood in Boston. Inspired by Disney matte paintings and comic book heros early on, he grew to appreciate the works of the masters, such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, Pyle and N.C. Wyeth.|
|Alan Murray is one of the premier romantic artists in America. Through his heartwarming images of graceful women and children uncorrupted by life's harsher realities, Murray succeeds brilliantly in stimulating our own gentle nature and drawing us into his world of feelings.|
|Arleta Pech Her striking watercolor paintings have received critical acclaim for their contrast, intense use of color and exquisite detail. These dramatically lit still-lifes of flowers and lace are collected by fine art lovers from coast to coast and have been reproduced as limited-edition prints, collector plates, calendars, puzzles and more. She has been featured in "The Artist's Magazine" and "American Artist" - and her book, "Painting Romantic Watercolor Florals," was released in 1998.|
|William S. Phillips is the aviation artist of choice for many American heroes, and the nostalgic landscape artist of choice for many collectors. Bill Phillip's strengths as a landscape artist also gave him an edge in the aviation field: respect and reverence for a time and place. When one sees his aviation pieces, one thinks about the courageous individuals who risked their lives for our freedom. In Bills nostalgic works, the viewer understands fully what that freedom is . . . the precious values that make life worth living.|
|Pino Warm and exciting colors and a subtle but simple approach to his subject are Pino's trademark. Ninety percent of Pino's paintings are of women. The romantic characters in his work, dressed in soft flowing gowns, exude a sensual dreamy comfort. His technique and talent for painting the anatomy create an exciting ambiance which elicits feelings of warmth, nostalgia, love and family.|
|Kyle Polzin Polzinís paintings are acknowledged as masterful compositions reflecting an Old World style. The artistís talent for composition and his range of abilities allow him to paint a variety of subject matter Ė from hunting and fishing and coastal scenes to wildlife and still lifes to western themes.|
|Pomm: Exquisite watercolor images of old world homes, and portraits of young children caught in quiet, natural moments of play and reflection—all distinguished by translucent, layered colors and delicate use of light.|
|Raizy Exhibit: Raizy Goffman's equine bronze sculptures reflect a lifetime of dealing with horses, ponies, children, and the competitive horse show circuit. Highly skilled, and armed a knowledge of the anatomy and unique personalities of her subjects, she creates bronzes that tell a story.|
|Terry Redlin One of the country's most widely collected painters of wildlife and Americana, Redlin has been named America's most popular artist by U.S. Art magazine for three consecutive years, 1992-94. His use of earthy colors, blazing sunrises and sunsets and nostalgic themes are often cited as the reasons for his immense popularity.|
|Marko Shapiro: Xtreme Moments, the photography of Marko Shapiro. Hailed as the godfather of extreme photography, this dude spends his workdays squeezing off eight shots per second, hanging from slippery rocks and snow covered mountains. Now you can feel the rush without the risk.|
|Bob Skerstonas: Bob Skerstonas applies giclee to take his photography to canvas. Throughout his traveling he enjoys capturing images as an inspiration to create emotion from a moment in time. For over 30 years he has captured images on film and now digital to bring alive theses scenes|
|Robert Taylor: works contained in Aviation and Space Art Exhibit Also see our selection of Aviation Art books covering the Art of Robert Taylor and others.|
|Dale TerBush: His romantic visions are often compared to the Hudson River School - the 19th Century body of artists who glorified nature, creating Eden-like scenes of lakes, rivers, mountains and other pastoral subjects; his use of color to the 20th Century Master Maxfield Parrish. The quintessential artist and poet; Terbush paints the Heavens but reveals the soul.|
Terpning: Storyteller of the Native American
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|Vidan: Born in the pictureesque city of Perugia, which is nested between the elegant city of Rome and Florence. In his youth, Vidan realized immediately his passion for the arts.Vidan has always pursued his love of fine art and his masterful work as a portrait artist. His work can be seen in galleries all over the country as he continues to create beautiful and inspiring pieces of art.|
|Susan von Borstel Unique Paintings on Stones-- Susan von Borstel's paintings on stone have a beautiful architectural quality, whether small works on travertine, or large paintings on onyx with it's stunning lines, enhanced by Susan's creativity and talent. Her Equine and Wildlife art is remarkable for its beauty and the interesting medium.|
Wayne Weberbauer Painting wildlife in exotic settings became an everyday occurrence for Wayne. This was a vehicle in which he could preserve endangered species in timeless oils now and for years to come.
Wayne has also painted countless landscapes with his children in many of them. There have been farm scenes, oceanscapes, landscapes, garden scenes and much much more.
|John Weiss "I enjoy painting things people can relate to." John Weiss says, "perhaps because I can relate to them myself. They're familiar things, part of an everyday life we can understand and enjoy."|
|Morgan Weistling:: Winner of the 2010 Patron's Choice Award from the Autry National Heritage Museum show "Masters of the American West". Since he has made fine art the focus of his art career, the collector demand for his originals has been overwhelming. With his masterful use of oils, Morgan Weistling brings a scene to life with spectacular lighting, creating a sense of wonder and engaging the viewer's imagination and emotion.|
|Leonard Wren — One of the leading American Impressionists, Leonard Wren paints intimate scenes with grace and eloquence. The subjects in his paintings - swans at rest, ordered gardens, bright riots of wildflowers - lead you to believe that the Tulsa, OK painter spends most of his time peacefully surveying idyllic, nonexistent places. But in fact, it's the everyday world where Wren finds beauty and inspiration.|
|Cao Yong:—Master of Romance: The stunning images of The Gold Coast series express the idyllic, romantic beauties of California's coastline communities in those magic moments at dusk, when the setting sun and the moon's glow, join the waking city lights in a soft serenade of color and light.|
|Oleg Zhivetin:—His art is a unique blend of influences from Russian icon painting to Cubism using a combination of geometric shapes and abstract patterns often applied onto canvas in gold foil or gold leaf--which is truly masterful. Oleg's characters' faces evolve from flat, mask like images to fully realized visages exuding intelligence and emotion. View this spectacular collection of original oils.|
|Tony Zinnanti:—Tony Zinnanti is a documentary and fine art photographer whose photographic technique spans 150 years, from Civil War Era collodion "wet plate," to turn-of-the-century dry plate, large format film and digital. Tony produces exquisite images for the serious collector; developing his own film and glass plates, printing by way of traditional darkroom chemistry, as well as digital giclee. Tony's work has appeared in solo and group shows and his documentary work has been featured in books and major publications.|
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