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Richard Whitman

I picked up a paintbrush 20 some years ago and began to experience the joy of letting go, of watching new realities come to life on canvas.

Virtual Artist Critique Group: “Five @ 11”

NEXT MEETING – September 25th!

Weekly every Saturday 11am-12:15pm

All are welcome to submit work for critique and participate and converse with each artist about process, technique, critique, sources, inspiration. marketing, etc. Critiques will be positive, respectful and constructive.

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Jennifer Willoughby

In an endeavor to bring her life’s work full circle, Jennifer is in the process of rediscovering the bliss and jubilation of using all the colors in her big box of crayons.

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Cathy Faughnan

I began painting seriously in 2017 and enjoy the challenge of capturing the essence of an object, person, animal or scene.

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Gretchen Acharya

It is my intention to reach beyond the simple reflection of a physical object, to communicate to the viewer on a deeper level.

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Kate A Sladen

My oil painting series, Michelangelo: Reflecting Today, addresses the current state of the world by juxtaposing Michelangelo’s frescoed figures from scenes on the Sistine Chapel ceiling and the wall of The Last Judgement with various threatened wild animals.

Xan Rubey

The plan is to use my blog and my artwork to build a vibrant community of weirdos, loons and witty misfits