Diane Whitehead

Animals Are My Muse The scratch of the paw, pounce of a hoof, gesture of the head, alert ear, quiet stride, powerful shape, ancient wisdom. All come to play with the shapes I see as I paint. I am drawn to the natural beauty and coloring of an animal and am aware of...

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...
Debbie Grayson Lincoln

Debbie Grayson Lincoln

Inspiration On The Edge Of Texas Hill Country Using photographs she acquires while traveling in her RV with husband Mike and dog, Georgia, Debbie often imagines stories to accompany the images she constructs. After ten years in the graphics arts business and another...

Charice Cooper

“I love what I do and feel blessed that my job and passion are one in the same…” Born in Dallas, Texas, Charice has been creating art since she was old enough to hold a paintbrush. When she wasn’t painting, she was occupied with her menagerie of pets...

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