Barbara Jones

Barbara Jones

The Creative Process Is A Passion The beauty of the ordinary is what I try to capture in my paintings. We are surrounded by unlimited opportunities to share with others the unique qualities of color, light and form that are part of our everyday lives. Too often we...

George De Chiara

George De Chiara’s paintings are best described as representational with a push towards impressionist color. Whether it’s in his studio working on a still life or painting en plein air, George prefers to work directly from life when possible. One can see his...

Sharon Hodges

A Native Texan, I Fell To Earth In 1955 My genetic family includes an artist aunt, farmers, ranchers, engineers, social workers, architects, missionaries, CIA, geologists, gardeners, golfers (lots of golfers), historians, teachers, all creative in their fields. I am...

Mark Malone

Ancient Artists Shared Their Passions On Their Walls What’s Stopping You?   MALONE: Breaking Out In Color Mark Malone is a native Texan. A former country boy, he now resides in the big city of Dallas. He became interested in pursuing art many years ago and after...

Lou Ann Bower

Wife. Mother. Painter. Lou Ann Bower has forty years experience designing and painting in oil and watercolor with a Bachelor of Fine Art degree from the University of Oklahoma. Her adult life after college aside from being a wife and mother has been devoted to...

Lee Baggs

Chiaroscuro Fine Artist of Oil and Pastel I feel that the creator wired each person in a particular bend, and perhaps it is futile to desire the appreciated styles of others. In any part of life, with an open mind we grow. Since I think that each painting deserves its...

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