When he first began, the artist included minute details in his scenes, utilizing techniques from the Hudson River School painters. But he was also drawn to impressionism and has gradually loosened his work and applied his scientific mind to color theory.
While his style is reminiscent of impressionism, Dennis Heckler's treatment of each work evokes a specific place and a specific feeling.
Sculptor William Carrington has a special bond with the animals around his home in Texas—particularly the jackrabbits.
With thick brush strokes and bold colors, Caroline Korbell Carrington manipulates the landscape into her own unique vision.
Over the years, Immel has alternated between technical detail and painterly flexibility. Today she combines the two in each painting.
While the artist dabbles in other subject matter, including landscapes and still lifes, her main fascination remains the roses, peonies, and irises she grew up with.
Gilchrest does not work from life or from photos. Instead, she creates each scene from her imagination.
Erin Spencer’s landscape paintings are quiet and contemplative, pared down to the basic shapes and colors of a place without the distraction of anything human or man-made.
Her main focus now is to portray all of her subjects with integrity. Whether it is a small cactus flower or a sprawling gorge, she hopes to convey the same amount of respect for every subject.
In a style she describes as magical realism, White frequently portrays fanciful scenarios alongside realistic depictions of Asian ceramic vessels and other pottery.