https://ebhportraits.com/ Email: email@example.com Location: Rocklin Medium: Drawing, Oil, Painting, and Watercolor About: I grew up on the East coast loving horses and art. Following my passion for Dressage I became a successful trainer and competitor for 20+ years. In 2015 I wrote and illustrated a children’s book Angel and Evie – Catching a Unicorn and […]
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Lincoln Medium: Acrylic, Charcoal, Drawing, Graphite/Charcoal, Illustration, Mixed Media, Painting, Pastels, Pen/Ink, Pencil, and Watercolor About: Illustration, painting and drawing at Western Michigan University and Academy of Art (San Francisco) Illustration for Sacramento Magazine, The Oakland Press (Michigan), California Journal and other publications Fine Art exhibitions in Michigan and California Galleries & […]
http://www.portraitsbydebbiej.com Email: email@example.com Phone: (916) 316-9436 Location: Loomis Medium: Drawing, Painting, Pen/Ink, Pencil, and Watercolor About: I am a local Artist specializing in pet portraits. I started drawing with pencil and colored pencils when I was very young but soon life got in the way and art was put on a back burner. In 2017 […]
My name is Sara and I am mostly a self-taught artist, jewelry maker, and crocheter. I also make greeting cards. In my spare time, I work at and volunteer for my church. I am a volunteer at Voice of Hope for American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Placer County. I love to read, dance, write and sing.
My work ranges from the abstract and whimsical to colorful and refined.
Exploring all the basics on my own terms, I analyze color, shape, and texture throughout the body of my work. I enjoy the simplicity of bold lines and the detail of florals and graphic patterns.
But the real purpose of my work is the act of creating. Painting serves as a meditation, allowing me to step away from the world here and now, to let go of stress and the monotony of everyday life. For me, the act of creating is a personal, meaningful experience.
My hope is to provide a similar experience for an audience, allowing the simple shapes and color schemes to take the viewer’s mind off of the immediate presence, to allow them to add their meaning to the image I have placed in front of them.