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How the west was won!? I am a deep admirer of Dean’s work. Living in the Northeast and never traveled to Oregon, I can only visualize the wildlife and it’s existence through Dean’s incredible and colorful creations. Wow! I received one of his cards as a birthday gift from my Aunt and have been astonished by his technique, subject matter and all around looseness of his watercolors. I keep staring in amazement. You will too.
Visit: Dean Crouser
With his creativity from movement, these fine pieces will have you seeking kinetic meaning. The color pallet of heated copper explores the organic side of reds. Animate designs call to each piece and beauty constantly rises in meticulous forms. At times accidents are shaped and new varieties and shades are born. I love all of Keith’s collection!
Visit: Keith Lewis
Highly trained with an art background and art education, Barbara is well versed in figure painting and trained with worldly artists. She draws her inspiration from landscapes, variations of lighting and pure nature. With local subjects as her muse, a sense of emotions can be seen and felt. Her genre topics are innate within her. View her work, it’s inspiring.
Visit: Barbara Masterson
Medium: Ceramic Art
There is something to be said about organic design mixed with fine ceramic art. Mad Monk Art achieves this with fantastic charm. With nature and wildlife features, I am drawn to the simplicity but yet the colorful and animated focus the work reflects. So decorative! There are light switches and wall tiles that will have you starting your own collection.
Visit: Mad Monk Art