In a style she describes as magical realism, White frequently portrays fanciful scenarios alongside realistic depictions of Asian ceramic vessels and other pottery.
Initially Timmons focused primarily on detailed, close-up imagery of horses’ heads and necks. Over the years her compositions developed and expanded to include the entire animal, multiple horses, and sometimes a horse and rider.
Today Gyurcsak explores his ever-growing interest in abstract realism through a variety of subject matter, from portraits to interiors, and he works from life whenever possible.
Sunshine is a recurring element throughout Randleas’ figurative works, and the artist makes sure to fit plein-air practice into her schedule.