Bright, fresh, and gestural, the blooms in Patricia Nebbeling’s floral still lifes display a variety of engaging traits that reflect the emotive touch of the New Jersey artist herself.
Deborah Tilby's observant nature—combined with natural talent and an expertise gained largely through dedicated self-education—has earned the artist widespread admiration as a painter of landscapes and seascapes in a contemporary impressionistic style.
Plein-air artist Cindy Baron developed an early appreciation for farmland and the families who carry on the farming tradition. Today, although she paints occasional still lifes and portraits to stay creative, her heart lies in the land.
Meet five painters who capture all kinds of landscapes.
Returning to his native California has been just one recent high point for figurative painter Patrick Meehan, who snapped up an Award of Excellence at Oil Painters of America's national exhibition last year.
In his studio, artist Tim Breaux uses glazing techniques that evoke the luminous aesthetic of 19th-century landscape painters like Thomas Cole and George Inness.
A connection with the tangible world pulls artist Cody DeLong to remote canyons and mesas around the Southwest, and a desire for authenticity keeps him based in the historic mining town of Jerome, AZ.
Watercolorist Larry Cannon paints the forces of nature, whether the landscape, the water, the wind, or the sky.
Texas scenery fills much of artist Laurel Daniel's oeuvre, but the self-described painterly realist tends to find inspiration everywhere, even beyond the Lone Star State.
Benjamin M. Johnson's diverse oeuvre of oil paintings reflects his interests in everything from history and science to nature and the everyday objects around us.