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Didier Delepine

Didier Delepine

I was born in Montmartre in the late 1940s. At that time, painters were setting their easels at many street corners in the neighborhood.

Megan McCarthy - Serenity Lies Beneath the Boughs of the Pines

Megan McCarthy

I am a professional artist painting original art and specializing in impressionistic work. I work from photographs, real life and my imagination with the goal of recreating the emotions I experience for my viewers

Lynn LiCalsi

My art is a means of expression for me, whether I am writing, painting, cutting glass, or creating scarfs. I become absorbed in the process and even obsessed by it.

Gail Pederson

Gail re-entered the world of painting a few years ago. She spent her childhood coloring in any coloring book she could find, along with free-handing her favorite themes of dogs, clouds, trees and flowers.

Charles Alkula

Charles Alkula

My approach to the making of art takes as its point of origin the awareness that I am about to do something which is unexpected and undiscovered until it reveals itself to me.

Cyndy Hinkelman-Smith

Cyndy Hinkelman-Smith

As an artist my hope is to bring joy and inspiration into the lives of others with my paintings. I started painting with acrylics a few years ago and fell in love with the process and journey of each painting – playing with color, shapes, textures, tools and subject matter

Minna Vallentine

I’ve dabbled in various art forms for many years but I started creating fused glass pieces in 2014, shortly after I retired and moved to Boulder, CO.

Nancy Sullo

I respond to impressions of the world around me through my figurative and landscape watercolor painting

Justin Deister

Justin Deister

When I asked about a career in biology, my 8th grade teacher said I’d have to learn the Latin names for grasshoppers and study the digestive systems of every animal – which pretty much ruined the whole biology thing.