Anne Blair Brown is most excited by artworks that leave something to the viewer’s imagination. And no matter the subject, she is intent on conveying an impression of a scene in her works.
All in the family
An eye for the ocean
Colin Page paints landscapes in his loose, impressionistic style, most recently finding inspiration near his home in Maine. “We have beautiful woods, mountains, farms, working harbors, a rocky coast, and ocean views,” Page says.
Telling a story
South Carolina-based artist Trey Finney enjoys the freedom that comes with landscape painting and looks to elicit an emotional response from viewers in his expressive works.
Keeping it real
Wit and whimsy
Texas-based painter Hebe Brooks uses fabrics and reflections in her still lifes to evoke emotions in her works. Having dabbled with abstraction in the past, she now fully embraces realism with stunning results.