Looking at stuff,
Then off to bed,
I became an artist with my first crayons.
I learned the techniques necessary to be a better artist while in formal training in High School and at ENMU & SOSU.
I continue to learn as I paint and consider myself mainly a self-taught artist.
I will never stop!
Linda Vallejo consolidates multiple, international influences gained from a life of study and travel throughout Europe, the United States and Mexico. She is represented in the U.S. by the Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, California and has exhibited at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum and Craft and Folk Art Museum, The Carnegie Art Museum, Bronx Museum, New York Museum of Modern Art, San Antonio Museum, Mexico City Modem Art Museum, Galeria Las Americas, and Metro Gallery. Her work has been reviewed in ArtNews, Art Business News, Southwest Art, Saludos Hispanos, LA Downtown News, and Latin Style Magazine. Ms. Vallejo has also studied and participated in Native American and Chicano traditional ceremony for over twenty-five years.
A family man who has found his passion and purpose
Forty years of exhibitions. In the collections of major museums. Early exhibitions based on large photo-realistic figurative drawings. Currently working more with animal themes, both real and fantasy.
Irish born and educated. Graduated in 1998. Moved to the UK in 1999. Worked in various agencies and went freelance in 2003.
I. I became an artist with my first crayons.
II. I learned the techniques necessary to become a better artist while in formal training in high school and at Eastern New Mexico University and Southern Oregon University.
III. I continue to learn as I paint and consider myself mainly a self-taught artist.
IV. I will never stop!
I grew up a child of the sixties in the suburbs of Long Island. I showed artistic ability early, but due to various circumstances, got my education and training in drawing and painting between the ages of 40 and 55, making me an "emerging" artist later in life than some. After my MFA in 2009, I intend to both show more in galleries and be a professor of art at an American college. I am a traditional realist painter, at present mainly specializing in still life and landscape.
I am educated as a language teacher and speak 8 languages,
I also have a teaching degree and a degree in Art history.
I am born in the USA but have been living in Europe for many years
and working as an artist ,exhibiting often in both Scandinavia USA and
My oil paintings have been featured in over 50 shows, won multiple awards, and are the subject of many articles and reviews. They are collected by corporate collectors and by individuals in the US and abroad. I’m a full-time painter listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Art, and Who's Who of American Women.
I was born in Mexico City. I came to the US when I was fifteen years old. I studied at the National School of Fine Arts in Mexico City in 1991-1993. I graduated from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2003. I started exhibiting professionally in Mexico city in 1992. I live in California.
Synthia SAINT JAMES will celebrate 40 years as a professional artist in 2009 and also her 60th birthday. She is an international award winning artist most known for having created the first Kwanzaa stamp for the United States Postal Service, as an author and/or illustrator of 22 books, and cover artist for over 60 books.
I work for both the corporate and private sector. Portraits, both human and animal, and illustration work. My clientele includes, The Bradford Exchange, Sprint Long Distance Network, California Waterfowl Association and many more . . .
I am an artist and painter living in Colorado; my imagery could be described as expressively painted complicated narratives. I attended Central Elementary School in Indianapolis and years later that horrific experience fully explained Dan Quale. I was attended college in Los Angeles, at two different schools in Rome, Italy, and earned my MFA from the University of Colorado where I teach among other places. My work has been sold to collectors living on both coasts, inbetween and in Australia, and my wild adventures could not possibly fit in 4 lines.