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.
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.
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.
Ingrid Christensen portrays soft-edged views of still lifes and the figure in a partially abstracted style, showing viewers the way we really see in our everyday world.
Florida-based Hope Reis explores large-scale, lustrous paintings of interiors where colorful fabrics, glowing lamps, and elegant furniture all vie for viewers’ attention.
Pastelist Marie Tippets takes viewers around the world in her colorful still lifes and figurative paintings inspired by international peoples and cultures.
Plein-air artist Brienne M. Brown adds people, houses, and other human elements to her paintings of landscapes and small-town scenes.
Southern California plein-air artist Durre Waseem finds inspiration in the Golden State and beyond, from Europe to her native Pakistan.