Work of the Week

“Adrift,” Jason Matias

“Adrift,” Jason Matias

“My on-going project is my ‘Lonely Boat’ series. It’s a collection of boats against dramatic scenes that capture what I feel it is like to travel. Wonderment, adventure, solitude, blissful vagrancy. I’m looking for yacht owners in the Pacific Northwest who want to be a part of this project. I currently have boats from Hawaii, […]

“Amapondo 16,” Christopher Rimmer

“Amapondo 16,” Christopher Rimmer

“When people look at my work, they always mention the calmness and the simple, symmetrical beauty. I hear this over and over from people all over the world and it always makes me feel happy.” christopherrimmer.com

“Dawn Symphony,” Ken Bonner

“Dawn Symphony,” Ken Bonner

“I use nature as my inspiration. I paint with oils in a profusion of vibrant color, building up many layers of paint in a free and fluid way yet always engendering harmony. My technique results in a balance of subject, color, depth, texture which will hopefully connect with the viewers’ emotions and visual appreciation.” kenbonner.com

“Sovereign Way,” Jodi Simmons

“Sovereign Way,” Jodi Simmons

According to legend, the first person to paint this image was St. Luke, while visiting St. Mary—who blessed the image. This image is claimed to have resided in palaces and chapels in Constantinople, Russia, and Rome. It has been venerated for centuries by emperors and peasants alike. Bridging East and West, “The Sovereign Way” is […]

“IMAGE #42 – Has a Red Patch,” Cliff Kearns

“IMAGE #42 – Has a Red Patch,” Cliff Kearns

This piece is one in a series of highly-textured mixed media collage artworks. Ripped distressed plywood has been used as the base and integrated with other bits of 3D materials which include artifacts of past communication mediums, typography, computer parts, pieces of mirror, Plexiglas, aluminum and paint. This particular piece of wood panel had a […]

“Dance Trilogy Part 1,” Barbi Leifert

“Dance Trilogy Part 1,” Barbi Leifert

Barbi Leifert sold her first painting at the age of 9. She has been a dancer and artist all of her life, selling out in galleries on the West Coast and creating private commissions for clients in the Seattle area. Like any artist she continues to learn and practice her art on a daily basis and […]

“Darkness Falls,” Shinkle Fine Art Photography

“Darkness Falls,” Shinkle Fine Art Photography

Linda K. and Theodore M. Shinkle are a conceptual mother/son artist duo creating at the intersection of art, science and technology. Their medium reflects a metaphysical symbiosis continuously emerging across dimensions expressed through Metalagram®, a mixed media art form created by the artists in their studio. This piece shares the artists experience of exhilaration and frenzy as […]

“New York,” Eric Dowdle

“New York,” Eric Dowdle

New York is the most populous city in the United States and is the financial, theatrical and fashion capitol of the country. With Central Park in the foreground and ships sailing in the background, this cityscape is full of architectural landmarks. For more information please visit DowdleFolkArt.com and check out Dowdle’s new TV series “Painting the Town with […]

“Fulcrum,” France Malo

“Fulcrum,” France Malo

France Malo: “Physical performances correspond for me to the survival efforts for life; expressing it gives me this surprising sense of balance.” Recognized as a Master in Fine Arts by International Artistic Associations, Malo began to teach drawing, painting, and ceramic at the age of fifteen. She has a college diploma in arts in fine arts, a […]

“Feline Fashion Harem,” Barbara Tyler Ahlfield

“Feline Fashion Harem,” Barbara Tyler Ahlfield

  “Feline Fashion Harem” depicts the model, Alexandra, attired in brown velvet, lounging with her three cats on a decadent pillowed daybed. Barbara Tyler Ahlfield is a career fashion illustrator who has made a second career as an oil painter.  She unites her expertise in fashion illustration with modern portraiture. fashionillustrationandmore.com

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