Abernathy, Kathryn

Whether using oil-and-cold-wax or acrylic, it’s the blending and flowing of color, one into the other, that gives Kathryn's work a signature look. Layer after layer, she builds color and texture that are representative of life itself. Kathryn feels that it's the accumulation and complexity of experience that gives life its richness.  Specializing in commissioned-work.

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Abramson, William

We are artists with clientele in Europe as well as the U.S and Canada.  Our focus is varied but our passion is clear ... Art from the Heart.  Our works have won awards and we reside in several galleries.

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Alberni, Tina

Alberni’s bicultural upbringing and fascination for textures, colors and patterns, interlace with tensions between what she sees, feels and knows. Rich layers are developed through the constant “push and pull” between intuition, imagery and mixed media processes. Alberni is an awarded, fulltime artist who has exhibited and sold to collectors spanning 5 continents.

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Amato, Stephanie

Stephanie works in oils creating impressionistic landscapes, seascapes, floral and figurative compositions. She is a Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society, Oil Painters of America and Salmagundi Club in NYC. Galleries representing her are J.M. Stringer Gallery, Vero Beach, FL; Lagerquist Gallery, Atlanta; Veranda Gallery, Fair Haven, NJ.

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Austin, Mary

Mary Welch Austin has focused exclusively on her oil and acrylic paintings since retiring from her career as a fabric designer. Her art is varied and expressive, incorporating a practiced talent for color, composition, and original interpretation. She creates works that celebrate the beauty in nature and music and poetry

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Baker, Melissa Payne

Melissa Payne Baker is best known for her abstract paintings that convey feelings that touch the viewer. From traditional interiors to contemporary, her artwork creates the perfect punch to any decor. Melissa’s unique texturing techniques and use of color are what attracts clients from collectors to designers across the country.

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Basher, Mike

Mike Basher's tranquil work evokes a powerful sense of solitude. His photographic approach leaves the viewer with just enough sense of place to experience these environments, without overwhelming with excess information. Working exclusively with large format black and white film, his compositions are carefully chosen, delicately exposed, and printed in highly limited editions.

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Bensen, Vidabeth

Vidabeth has been a screen printer since college days. Many of her original, hand pulled prints reflect the 27 years she lived and worked in Europe, Asia and the MiddleEast. As well as her interest in color and composition

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Beshgetoorian, Amy

Watercolor artist, Amy Beshgetoorian, creates space for energy to flow through her paintings by allowing the water to mix and move her pigments. Portraits, animals, and rural scenery are frequent subjects. Amy is a member of Tipping Paint Gallery in Raleigh, NC and takes commissions for pets and other projects. 

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Bettis, Mark

Mark works in his contemporary art gallery and studio, which carries a few different artists in various mediums. He paints in cold wax and oils were he builds up multiple layers of oils, cold wax and other elements which he applies texturally to let the painting evolve into an abstract interpretation of these elements.

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Bomer, Grace C

Grace Carol Bomer's work has been described as "incarnational," in that it attempts to bring together the visible and the invisible world. Abstraction that is full of faith. Images that allow her viewers to glimpse the transcendence of the eternally relevant story- the story of the human condition surprised by the grace of God.

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Bonnyman, Anne

Anne Bonnyman is based in Asheville, NC, and paints natural and urban landscapes. Working in oil and acrylics, she captures local mountain scenes as well as new terrains discovered in her international travels. Whether in the studio or plein air painting, her style is representational with emphasis on color and light. 

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Bowers, Deane

There is great potential in finding discarded material that is dull, fragmented and broken. The beauty and uniqueness of Deane's Environmental Folk Art is in the treatment of these items. By layering them and highlighting them with bold, vibrant colors, an unusual balance of industry and art is creatively born

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Bowman, Elinor

Elinor Bowman moved to Asheville, North Carolina, in 2002, and took up the study of art. Her favorite subjects have been people. She primarily paints live models, using watercolor and black walnut ink. She loves the looseness and spontaneity of watercolor and ink, the resulting almost abstract expression, while still being recognizable as people.

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Brackett, Cheri

Cheri is fascinated by the psyche of the human figure. A psychotherapist turned painter, the bold colors and experimental nature of her work is emotionally provocative and personal, and has captured the eyes of collectors around the world. Cheri is currently represented by the Asheville Gallery of Art.

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Bucci, Debra

Debra Bucci is known for her vibrant and engaging floral paintings and for her love of dogs,  Her style is rooted in realism and is woven with abstract elements. Debra studied painting at Drexel University under John Formicola and has achieved success as a licensed fine artist.

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Bunting, Richard

Richard Bunting has shown his glass art in NC, SC, and Ohio.  As a singer, actor, dancer, director the last four decades, Richard believes his glass blowing fits as a theatrical experience. 

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Campbell, Michael Allen

Michael is currently exploring the play of shadow and light using only white paint and media to create evocative textural paintings on wood. He was born in the Appalachian mountains and returned several years ago, bringing a lifetime of adventure and inquisitiveness to his art as he seeks to stretch beyond the expected. 

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Carter, Catharine

The composite images that shape Catharine Carter’s photomontage are playful, fantastical, and serious. The images honor the romance of an old bookplate tradition and personal exploration of universally familiar dream fragments. A beautiful book of photomontage imagery interspersed with writings from Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung is also available

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Charlsen, Nadine

Nadine Charlsen is an urban landscape watercolor artist and instructor based in Asheville, NC. Her work is inspired by architecture, cityscapes and serene countryside settings captured through the lens of her camera. She has a studio and teaches at 310 Art in the River Arts District, in Asheville. See Watercolor Artist Magazine, January 2017.

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