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I started my adventure in clay 18 years ago by taking classes at area art centers and training with local, nationally recognized clay artists. I am known for my hand built featherweight pots, unorthodox approach to surface design and my ceramic clay beads as well as my passion for sharing my knowledge of clay with anyone who will listen.
My work has been recognized with awards at two Strictly Functional Pottery Nationals in Lancaster, PA, three Hopkins House Camden County Impressions Exhibitions in New Jersey and Lark Books chose two of my bowls to appear in their 2003 publication, "500 Bowls" and selected my transfer printed bowl, “What’s in a Word…” to appear in their 2006 publication, “Image Transfer on Clay.” I have also been published in Ceramics Monthly, Clay Times and Crafts Report.
I was born, raised and reside presently in southern Connecticut.
I am self taught. I have been painting in different media for forty plus years, and have professional experience in studio advertising photography. I have painted subjects in New England, New York City, Bermuda, London, Florida and the British Virgin Islands.
I am a political artist and stay at home mom. I am a political activist for freedom and limited government. I am a proud American from the South.
I took art classes in high school and graphic design classes in college. I worked as a graphic designer. I taught graphic design at a small, private college. I now make fiber art that I sell on-line and at art shows.
A very complex and multi faceted person. Supposedly very intelligent but in what form or context unknown yet. Very opinionated
As a child I could not stop drawing and begged my artist mother for instruction. She never gave me one iota of help or encouragement and that made me more determined than anything to do well.
I loved going to college and learning from so many art instructors. It helped me define my own style.
I paint everyday and learn something new every time I paint.
I love the color and beauty in my world, that surrounds me.
I was born in the non-technology world, but I have now adopted it for my daily use.
I am self taught on technology and digital photo editing suit like Photoshop and Photoshop Element. I have been living around the world for 30 years. I love to travels and have been to more than 90 cities and counting. I love using recycled materials in my art works.
I was born of an alcoholic father and a loving mother who passed away early in life. I loved and miss them both. I had two brothers and sister. My sister and youngest brother also died early in life. They all had an effect on my life. I am now happily married with two boys and a loving wife. What more is there to life.
Born and raised in Brittany by an Artist's family .
Travelled the world, sail on the big sea, lived far away from home for the last 20 years . all the way fascinated by my own culture and tradition. The Celts .
Making sacred art and craft for my community .
I was born a dreamer in the midst of the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains. I grew up with a love for stories and drawing and playing with puppets. I met the love of my life and got married, not knowing how to combine all of my artistic interests to form a respectable career. A few years ago it all clicked and Thistledown Puppets was born.
I am a believer in the God of the Bible.
I am a wife, mother and grandmother.
I am obsessed with creating art.
I love nature and live in Maui.
I was born....
I started to...
(and I ripped off Alasdair Gray)
the magic of an inverted world through a convex lens in my drawing book, of seeing the porch drown in gigantic shadows of death as the moths danced around a naked bulb, bombay, lahore; graduation from the only arts school then, london by chance and where ever next - no idea! art of living by each moment as it unravels... art of chance!
Edwin Vazquez's art combines Pre-Columbian history with comic book visual culture to describe the fusion of Hispanic and American identity in a contemporary urban setting.
I was born in England and emigrated to Australia as a child. I had a commerce career (I have three degrees) but then moved into the arts when I was injured in an accident. Now I work largely from home. I've been based in Amsterdam for the last few years and travelled all over Europe and Asia visiting museums, attending biennales, viewing exhbitions, meeting artists and writing about it all in my blogs. I'n now back in Sydney setting up a new studio and planning to exhibit my most recent work.
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