The paintings are starting to arrive, and we’re getting very excited for “SHE,” a group exhibition celebrating the female figure.
SHE runs from June 3-17, and there will be an opening reception on Friday, June 3, from 5 to 8 (please stop by!).
Meet our guest artists.
Dan Beck is the Gold Medal winner of the 2011 Oil Painters of America National Exhibition. Other awards include six awards of excellence with Oil Painters of America (three National and three Regional). He has also won two consecutive Raymar Art Competition Awards of Excellence, Award of Excellence with Salon International, a first place, a second place and eight finalists with Boldbrush Art competition.
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Diane Eugster has been involved in and won awards in Oil Painters of America and American Impressionist Society exhibits as well as being represented by several galleries; The Weatherburn Gallery, Naples Florida, The Lee Youngman Gallery, Calistoga California, The Willow Gallery, Scottsdale,Arizona and the Gallery at Summerlin, Las Vegas. She has always had a passion for figurative paintings, which stemmed from her mother’s art. Eugster says that one of the most important elements to a painting is its emotion.
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A living master, Quang Ho is originally from Hue, Vietnam and now lives in Colorado. His work has been featured in countless exhibitions and has won a number of awards for his art. He says, “The real essence of painting is the dialogue between shapes, tones, colors, textures, edges, and line.”
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Kate Long Stevenson
Abstract expressionist painter, Kate Long Stevenson, was born and raised in North Carolina, and began her professional career while a student at the University of the South. Gestural brushstrokes and a passion for color are characteristic to all of her pieces, ranging from figurative paintings to wild abstracts. Kate now lives and works in Charleston, S.C.
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Anna Sims King
Born and raised in Columbia, S.C., Anna earned a BFA in art and Fabric Design from the University of Georgia in 2006. Today, gestural strokes, exploration of line, and suggested color elements build and enhance her work while unexpected color, dimension, movement and depth drive each piece in layers of light.
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Holly Irwin has always loved art. Her mother was a fashion illustrator and portrait artist, inspiring her artistic career. She earned an art degree at Carnegie-Mellon University. For the past decade, she has been focused on figurative portraits and is continually fascinated by artistic expression.
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