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Archive for April 2008

Marie Fox Painting A Day

Oil paintings - Bowls

11" x 4", oil on canvas, a painting a day by Marie Fox

Visit Marie Fox Studio to see more.

Sunday, April 27th, 2008


Dock by Bonnie Boren


18" x 24" unframed, acrylic on canvas, by Bonnie Boren

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008


More Collages from Randel Plowman

A Collage A Day by Randel Plowman

top left: April Fool, 4" x 4", Collage on paper
top right: Yellow Warblers, 4" x 4", Collage on paper
bottom left:
Bluegrass State, 4" x 4", Collage on paper
bottom right:
Orange for Spring, 4" x 4", Collage on paper

We have been following closely with the updates on A Collage A Day by Randel Plowman. Here are another four amazing bird collages that we'd like to share with you.

For more of Randel's collection, visit his online blog A Collage A Day.

Sunday, April 13th, 2008


Feel-Good Artistic Gifts

Soft Critters

Daniela and Chris Shelton breathe life into fanciful and imaginative critters while recycling other people's cast off clothing and other trash. While we have started to see a trend of artists going green and using recycled materials, Daniela and Chris have really transcended their materials to create as they cleverly name it – feel-good gifts, full of whimsy and evocative of earlier times.

To view more of Daniela and Chris's creations, please visit their online store – Hasenpfeffer Incorporated.

Monday, April 7th, 2008


Figure Paintings from Bill Shelley

Crouching Figure

Crouching Figure
11" x 15", ink, by Bill Shelley

"I love working with the fluid and simple statements that brush and ink can create. The medium really works well to present a fresh presentation of the figure." Bill Shelley.

Friday, April 4th, 2008


Spring Fever

Botanicals – Viewfinder Collection
Photography by Alicia Bock

Viewfinder Collection - part 1

Are you feeling Spring yet?
This series of vintage photographs – The Viewfinder Collection – are photographed by Alicia Bock. Alicia has developed a technique using a combination of vintage and modern cameras that highlight the dust and scratches and creates a charming vintage look that feels aged yet refreshing.

The Viewfinder Collection are available as fine art photographs and note cards. You can purchase them online at Alicia's online store. To view more of Alicia's work, please visit her web site.

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008