David Allen 207-785-2348 firstname.lastname@example.org www.davidallenartspace.com As an artist born and raised in Maine, it is very easy to see the influence of Maine’s culture, industry, and natural beauty in my…
I painted on plaster for 25 years. For the last eight years I’ve been painting with hot pigmented beeswax. Encaustic has offered a uniquely fabulous avenue in the pursuit of speaking through color.
My work is done in a representational style, referencing art historical and religious paintings as well as popular culture and folk art.
My work flows out of time spent in stillness and silence.
My paintings are bold and fearless in my need to interpret my environment.
Each day I am constantly imagining my next creation. I have found my passion.
I see compositions whenever I go out, whatever I do.
James Chute’s recent work is primarily abstract drawing, sometimes produced in the context of collaborative projects with other artists.
Nancy Bixler is an artist with a background in printmaking, drawing, photography and filmmaking.
Churchill’s work centers on landscapes around Mount Desert Island as well as equine, feline and science-related subjects.
I practice my craft painting, drawing and bookmaking near the banks of the mighty Kennebec River where I live with my husband Bill and my three lovely daughters, Willa, Laura and Maggie.
Robin Brooks Topsham, Maine www.robinbrooksart.com I am an artist and art teacher who loves working with people of all ages to inspire creativity and expressive engagement with materials. I…
My artist friends and art teachers since my grammar school days, have given me helpful insight into the painting process, and if I can create what I enjoy and what may also please others, I am happy. –Margie Austin
My aim is to engage the senses of the viewer at the immediate, almost entirely intuitive, point of recognition, testing the balance between representation and abstraction.