Eugenia Talbott's expertise includes portraits of people and animals—pets, wildlife, and especially images of horses. Ms. Talbott welcomes commissions: she would love to paint a portrait from your own photographs or live sitting—be it human, canine, feline or equine. Visit her website for more examples of her work; be sure not to miss the beautiful and intriguing images in the African Art section, hand painted room divider screens, and recycled/hand painted furniture.
- Romantic Realism in Oil
- Phone: 530-926-2230
- Classes Every Thursday:
- Central Art Supply Studio, Medford
Stefan Baumann, a respected artist and oil painting instructor from the Bay area, now lives in Mt. Shasta. His passionate love of nature and use of light in his artwork began in Lake Tahoe and blossomed at Stanford University. He paints, and teaches students how to paint, the beauty of the forests and rural landscapes near his home and in the Rogue Valley.
The subject matter that I am interested in is representational. I strive to be thorough and accurate and yet catch what is fleeting and lively. The work I'm most proud of shows life as I see it: fatally flawed, but amazingly beautiful.
My artwork is in private and corporate collections world-wide. I am an award-winning artist, past gallery-owner, and my art has been in many exhibitions. I work in various mediums, subjects and types of art and am a member of several art societies, and past member of many more. Please see Jillian's listing in the Teaching Artists directory.
I am an oil painter devoted to animal art. I paint animals that I find amusing or interesting, as well as commissioned pet portraits. My realistic style often uses solid colors or patterned backgrounds for a pop art feel, but I also love painting the faces of animals cropped very closely with no background at all. Many of my works feature animals from local rescue groups; 10% of my sales are donated to Sanctuary One in Jacksonville and Friends of the Animal Shelter in Phoenix.
- Landscape and Abstract Oil Painter
- See my work at: Ashland Art Center
- 357 East Main Street
There is a satisfaction that comes from knowing where to put things: colors and marks – knowing that this orange needs just this much more ochre and this green needs a tiny bit more yellow. I don’t know how I know these things; there isn’t a logic behind it, but I just know it. After a while that knowing gets weaker and I have to return to the painting later. Then I work again with confidence and a story slowly begins to unfold.
Inspired by French and Italian countrysides and her Southern Oregon surroundings, Katharine’s art is filled with sun-drenched colors that create charming, elegant and whimsical landscapes and vignettes. After earning her art degree from the University of Wisconsin, she pursued painting as her main focus, specializing in watercolor, acrylic and oils. Katharine continues to explore new themes from the whimsical to creative realism.
My art is guided by my instincts, my curious nature & sense of discovery, and great music rocking on my stereo. My goal is not perfection but rather to honestly represent my efforts & the outcome each new creation presents, whether it's capturing the alluring beauty of a woman or the juxtaposition of various metals & found objects together to create a unique piece of art. I currently work in oil, acrylic, watercolor, metal (copper's a favorite) and photography.
Boni dé Laire Kettering’s dream is to paint with an artist’s heart and mind to make a difference in the viewer’s heart and mind; she feels the best part of Plein Air
painting is being out in nature. Boni has received many awards from local art groups, including Southern Oregon Unlimited; she exhibits her work in galleries throughout the Rogue Valley, currently showing at Art Presence
and Rogue Gallery
- Atelier LaRose
- The Talent Studios
- 710 South Pacific Highway, Unit B
Atelier LaRose, where craft and creativity collide. The studio is a hybrid of academic style and the liberal arts. Steven LaRose (b. 1963, Seattle, WA) lives and works in Talent, OR. He received his MFA from the Claremont Graduate University, and a BFA from Whitman College. He has had solo exhibitions in Seattle, Chicago, Los Angeles, Portland, and Ashland. His work has been discussed in the Los Angeles Times, ARTnews, The New Art Examiner, and The Chicago Tribune.
I am the resident artist and Chef/Co-Owner of Maclevin’s Restaurant in J’ville for the past 11 years. I've been at the easel for the last 40 years, painting abstracts in prismatic color exclusively with Windsor Newton oils. My surrealistic style employs various construction mediums to elevate images 3-dimensionally from the canvas.
Growing up a third generation artist, Maranda came to love the arts at a very young age. Pursuing art throughout high school, Maranda won best in state in the Junior Federal Duck Stamp three consecutive years. After graduating, she discovered oils and figures and hasn't looked back!
Painting is my way of expressing an emotion or moment in time to share with others. I paint a variety of subjects in many mediums and find in each a joyful challenge; I'm currently experimenting with abstract expressionism. I show my work at the Portland Art Museum, in numerous galleries throughout Southern Oregon, and at the Saatchi Gallery in London. My father was an artist and my great, great grandfather was George Inness, an artist of the Hudson River School.
- Fanning Art
- Phone: 541.890.6533
- Studio in Ashland, by appointment
Leah exhibits her abstract and portraiture work nationally and internationally and has been commissioned for over 400 paintings over the past 15 years. Her studio is in Ashland where she teaches painting, drawing, art marketing and making natural earth paints.
I have a degree from the Academie of Art and a Biology degree from the University of Riga, Latvia. My sculptures in bronze
are in private collections in Latvia, Germany and England. When I came to Alaska from Latvia in 1997 I was overwhelmed by its beauty; I was able to observe Alaska's magnificent brown bears and painting them with Alaska scenery became my passion. In 2003 I came to Applegate, Oregon. My paintings are exhibited in Ashland, Medford and Jacksonville galleries.
With a history in fashion design, Silvia Trujillo has 20 years experience in fine art study, painting, and teaching. She is a master colorist; emphasizing color harmony, and works in impressionist, realist, and abstract styles. "My goal is to consistently produce paintings that are uniquely original and that express my love of nature."
- Art Matters! - SOAR's blog
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- Jacksonville, OR 97530
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