Artist Kathy Cheer’s painting have a global, well-traveled appeal, with wonderful forms and energetic color schemes. “The subject matter is of a historical as well as contemporary nature. I’ve had some luck with visitors, mostly from Bay Area, the Midwest and even some from Puerto Rico or adjacent islands (hard to tell). I also apply […]
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Painting with watercolors can be great fun! Here’s a simple tutorial, walking you through a lovely little monochromatic mountainscape.
Article by: Fleur Williams, originally posted at Bizarre Bay It’s hard to visualize Capitola being more picturesque than it already it is…until it is seen through the creative eyes of an artist. The first weekend in November, Capitola’s environment becomes the inspiration for local and regional artists highly skilled in painting scenic natural beauty and […]
Get lost in the scenic worlds created by these fine painters. Bill Kennann Artist #187 | kennanngallery.com João De Brito Artist #244 | joaodebrito.com Susan Holmes Artist #125 | sueholmesart.com Learn more about Open Studios on the Arts Council website.
Painter Thomas Sprayberry’s work really makes you feel like you can reach out and touch the planets. “My art is inspired by the Universe around us and my own imagination. I like people that view my paintings to stretch their own imaginations as to the possibilities of what the paintings mean to them.” “I have […]
Painter, Dimitrious Nichols’s, chill vibes and local connection come through beautifully in his Ocean Art series. “I work in mostly acrylics and love incorporating new ideas and found objects and especially reclaimed wood and materials. I gather inspiration form surfing traveling and enjoying the creative genius of others as a way to stimulate my own […]
Get inspired by Leanna Jensen’s passion project: “I recently started a 100 day program, where I committed to create art daily, for 100 days. I didn’t want to give myself too many rules, so I just commit to create something each day. I mainly use watercolor, acrylic, charcoal and pencil crayons.” “I am a new […]
We’re super excited about this year’s upcoming Open Studios! To celebrate we’re sharing 3 local artists in a variety of genres. To kick things off, let’s get abstract… painting that is! Rachel Birns Artist #169 | rachelbirns.com Cher Roberts Artist #158 | cherrobertsart.com Don Maxwell Artist #228 | donmaxwell.net Learn more about Open Studios on […]
The folks at Michaelangelo Gallery have an eye for fantastic artistic talent. For the past 25 years, Angelo Grova’s gallery has been a creative catalyst for hundreds of local and guest artists at all stages of their art careers. In the spotlight are two emerging painters to keep on your radar: Nicole Shek and Joel […]
These paintings, by Ian Wing, may be small in scale, but are huge in detail and character! “Watercolor studies to capture just a portion of the abundant nature and beauty of Santa Cruz. Sunset is the best time around here.” “I grew up in San Jose, so I’d visit the boardwalk often as a kid. […]