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Brad Abrams — Glass artist.
Ann S. Adams — Contemporary pastel artist.
Keith Blandford — Photographer. Specializing in black and white photography.
Tina Bohlman — Landscape watercolor artist.
Misty Oliver Foster — Contemporary artist working in acrylic and mixed media.
Kyle Hobratschk — Realist artist with an emphasis on form and color. Kyle works in watercolor, oil, pen and ink, and intaglio printing.
Mr. Holga — Photographer specilizing in medium format film and Holga cameras, of course. Mr. Holga is on a quest to take a perfect portrait photograph that captures the essence of his subject. Mr. Holga likes taking photographs the old fashioned way with film and chemicals. If you can wait for processing, then give Mr. Holga a try.
Brenda Howell — Western Art
Alison Jardine — Color and movement are the two key elements in my oil paintings, and I compose these into what I call my 'natural abstractions'; the color embodies emotions and perception, and the movement relates to the human body, an expression of physicality and energy. The tree motif that I frequently use has roots in Jungian psychology, and depicts inner landscapes.
JD Miller — Contemporary artist JD Miller combines painterly chromatic expression with a sculptor's physical application of paint to create multi-dimensional images on canvas. The result is an emotional explosion of 3-D sculptural oils, rich in light, form and color, which create a unique mood and signature ambiance.
Represented by Samuel Lynne Galleries
Laura Moore — Ms. Moore does here own contemporary works and also exhibits works by other local artists.
Jill Nonnemacher — Contemporary figurative painter with a playful style using a wildly vibrant color palette. Represented by The Cameron Gallery.
John Palmer — Contemporary self-taught artist working in paint and sculpture.
Nan Phillips — Nan Phillips, current president of Texas Sculpture Association, creates many forms of three-dimensional art glass, from edgy sculptures to unique dichroic jewelry and functional pieces. She creates art glass both on commission and from the wealth of her own creativity. But her greatest passion is in working with clay, creating realistic figurative sculptures. Ms. Phillips teaches from her home studio in Richardson and from Visual Expressions Creative Art Studio in Cedar Hill. Her work can be found at Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass, Artists' Showplace, and Visual Expressions. To find information on her classes in Richardson, find Ms. Phillips in a current vendor show or sculpture exhibition, or view more of her collection of art work, please visit her website.
Robin Ragin — Contemporary artist working with abstracts, animals and landscapes. Large and small scale assemblage.
Michael Roman — Michael specializes in drawing, painting and printing specialising in portraits. Michael is currently learning printmaking dry point, etching and aqua tint at Southern Methodist University.
Philip J Romano — Restaurateur, investor, humanitarian, author and now artist Philip J. Romano knows a thing or two about creation. He has created six new restaurant concepts: Fuddruckers, Romano's Macaroni Grill, Spageddies, Cozymel's, Rudy's Country Store and BBQ and eatZi's Market & Bakery. His concepts have generated more than a billion dollars a year and to date has generated over $10 billion in revenue.
Represented by Samuel Lynne Galleries
THH70 — Cutting edge grafitti art.
Sarah Tomlin — Photography
Ryan Vojir — Ryan Vojir earned a MID from Georgia Tech and a B.S. in design from the Ohio State University. As a contemporary impressionist, he captures a wide variety of modern cityscapes and urban events in oil from cities across the U.S. and the World.
Melissa Windham — Contemporary painting in acrylic.