Southern Oregon Visual Artists - Water Media

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Click to visit Linda Abblett's artist website

Linda Abblett

  • lindaabblettwatercolors.com
  • Phone: 541.879.3030
  • Eagle Point

A student of art since childhood, my love for nature and art come together in the medium of watercolor. I am fortunate to have studied under artists Lavonne Tarbox Crone and Judy Morris, who have inspired and nurtured me, but I recognize that my abilities are gifts of the Creator, whose beautiful masterpieces could never be rivaled. I have been a member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon since 2004.
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Catherine Anderson


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  • www.catherineanderson.net
  • Phone: 207.460.6011
  • Jacksonville
A nationally recognized master watercolorist with numerous signature memberships, Anderson also paints in acrylic and creates pet portraits in watercolor. "I paint to convey the peace and wonder I feel when I put brush to paper. During those hours, I return to the awe and awareness of nature I knew as a child. When those who observe my work enter into that magical place with me, that is when I feel my purpose is accomplished, and I am twice blessed."
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Patricia Bankhead

artist Patricia Bankhead's Facebook page
  • Beautyinart 4 You
  • Phone: 541.951.4681
I began as a self-taught artist, honing my skills for hours in the library and drawing portraits of classmates for $10 each as a teen. Later in life I took art courses at various universities. I got serious after I retired, spending 4 years majoring in fine arts at Southern Utah Univ. I'm still hungry to learn. I've been blessed to live in picturesque areas all my life, from the hills of Napa Valley to the Rocky Mountains, diverse landscapes in Utah, and now my forever home, Southern Oregon.
Fine Artist Sue Bennett paints a variety of subjects, including homes, buildings and other architectural subjects. Visit artist Sue Bennett's website to learn more about her and the classes she teaches and see her online gallery!

Sue Bennett

Sue Bennett is a classically trained artist who paints to express beauty. "My intent is to capture the heart of the subject and I get completely caught up in it." Her paintings have been included in over 45 exhibits around the nation. She works most frequently in transparent watercolor, however she also enjoys opaque watermedia and pastel.
I paint in acrylic, gouache, transparent watercolors, sketch and draw in pencil, graphite and ink. I also perform quite a large number of digital renderings.

Kj Cumberbatch


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  • Medford, Oregon

I paint in acrylic, gouache, transparent watercolors, sketch and draw in pencil, graphite and ink. I also perform quite a large number of digital renderings.


Susan DeRosa, artist, landscapes, abstract, contemporary, acrylic, watercolor, charcoal, pastels, pencil, pen and ink, abstract expressionism, impressionism,figure 
studies, gestures

Susan DeRosa

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  • Contemporary Artist
  • Phone: 949.338.0729
  • Studio: Jacksonville
My background in art education empha- sizes a strong foundation of classical art training, greatly influencing my artistic focus and direction. My intent is to capture, on paper or canvas, mysterious and thought provoking scenes. Nature with its moods and soft edges has always inspired me to draw and paint abstracts, landscapes or figure studies. My art is in private collections nationwide; I've exhibited in galleries and juried shows in So. Cal, NW Arkansas and S. Oregon.
Artist Elaine Frenett of Jacksonville, Oregon is an award winning watercolor artist whose subjects center around nature and landscapes. She frequently paints en plein air, and teaches visual art journaling. Pictured is Gnarled Silhouette, original watercolor painting by Jacksonville artist Elaine Frenett. Click to visit Elaine's website.

Elaine Frenett

This award-winning artist, trained in illustration, has been published nationally, had fine art added to museum collections, teaches private classes and leads women’s visual journal retreats. Ms. Frenett is a member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon, The Plein Air Society of Southern Oregon, California Watercolor Association, and is a Watercolor West Juried Member.
Fine Artist Anne Brooke Hawkins is a an accomplished watercolorist in Jacksonville, Oregon whose paintings depict a range of subjects including homes, buildings and other architectural subjects. Click to visit Anne Brooke's website to learn more and see her online art gallery!

Anne Brooke Hawkins

  • Specializing in Watercolor
  • Brooke Studio Gallery
  • Phone: 541.899.3759
  • 500 W. Oak Street
  • Jacksonville, by appointment

A member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon, Anne's award-winning watercolors have been displayed throughout the West Coast. She has taught drawing and watercolor for 15 years, helping to develop many prize-winning artists, and recently formed Art Presence, a group promoting Jacksonville visual artists.
Rite of Spring, Bridge to Eternity, Painting by Craig Honeycutt, artist and art instructor from Ashland, Oregon

Craig Honeycutt

  • Honeycuttart
  • 216 Cambridge St.
    Ashland, OR, 97520
I am constantly compelled to paint symbolic narrative works with lots of figures set in local landscapes and seascapes. Since my earliest recollection nature has emotionally moved me. The agelessness of the environment offers me endless mystery and folklore that continues to shape my character. It reflects a bigger part of me and affords me peace of mind. I have been an artist/teacher for well over 30 yrs, working with oil, watercolor, most all drawing and markers, plus some digital media. I teach a healthy body of talented students in my Ashland studio.
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Margaret Stermer-Cox

  • Watercolor Artist
  • stermer-cox.com
  • Talent, Oregon
I begin my watercolor paintings with an idea and a drawing. I build the painting layer by layer, drawing lines and shapes, looking for rhythm and feeling. My color sense is a reflection of my childhood in New Mexico fused with colors from my home in the Northwest. My goal is to go beyond the surface to find joy, wonder and a bit of mystery.
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Deanna St. Martin

  • Art Because You Are Worth It!
  • www.stmartindesigns.com
  • Medford, Oregon
Art for The Discerning: Innovative fine art for your home and office. Using innovative techniques & drawing inspiration from everyday objects, this art inspires dreaming and imagination. Their bold vibrant colors and design will brighten up any room and create conversation. Whether making their own statement or enhancing your existing décor, my paintings are well worth your investment. Art in your price range: small & large works, variety of subjects, abstract & realism.
Artist Eugenia Talbott paints pet portraits, equine art, African big cats, polar bears and much more in oil, watercolor and graphite. Click to visit Eugenia Talbott's Talbott Studios website and see her online art galleries!

Eugenia Talbott

  • www.talbottstudios.com
  • Phone: 541.512.1899
Portraits of people and animals—pets, wildlife, and especially images of horses. Ms. Talbott welcomes commissions and can paint a portrait from your own photographs or live sitting—be it human, canine, feline or equine. Visit her website to see more of her work; be sure to see the beautiful and intriguing images in the African Art section, hand painted room divider screens, and upcycled, hand painted furniture.
Visit Eve Margo Withrow's website to learn more and view her online art gallery!

Eve Margo Withrow

  • Mixed Water Media on Collage &
         Clay Sculpture
  • www.evemargowithrow.com
  • Phone: 541.772.6888
  • My work is represented by
  • Art And Soul Gallery, Ashland
Recently, I have been moved to explore the common ground between sculpture and painting. These pieces are made of paper and paper clay in combination with images from my paintings and mounted on wrapped canvas. I expect them to evolve and morph as I continue to explore this new dimension.



Elaine Frenett's book, Traveling Conversations,
is available at lulu.com.