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Douglas Atwill
John Bayalis
Lynn Boggess
Evelyne Brigeois
Rosanne Cerbo
Bruce Cody
Alex Devereux
Barbara Edidin
Vincent Farrell
James Gucwa
Steve Hanks
James Harrill
Jonathan Keeton
Jenny Kelley
Robert LaDuke
Mark Lague
Craig Lehmann
Bruce Lowney
Suzi Mather
Stephen Morath
Tom Noble
Robert Peterson
Markus Pierson
Ted Polomis
Charles Pompilius
Tim Prythero
Will Rafuse
Daniel Raynott
Wade Reynolds
Carol Ann Schrader
Duffy Sheridan
Linda K. Smith
Dan Volenec
Michael Ward
Doug West
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Artist's Statement:

Someone once asked who had given me permission to paint the way I do. I thought that was a wonderful question because in it was the implication that the work was somehow outside of some set of rules to which a painter had to comply. Painting is not a matter of rules, rather it is an arena of freedom and creative liberty where no permission is required -that is, if one paints authentically.

My style evolved in the struggle of push and pull between artist and canvas, in the space of my own private, quirky, little battleground of observation, interpretation, intention and application. What has resulted is a visual journal, a commentary on many universal subjects. As paint and brushes are my tools so are humor, metaphor, playfulness, color and text. I want the work to be initially accessible. I like to draw the viewer into the environment of the painting, invite them to stay a while and there discover more subtle aspects of the work.

Melinda K. Hall says, “Making art is a highly personal affair . . . a one-on-one relationship between artist and medium. If one’s work is genuine, the result always reflects a degree of autobiography. In my paintings the subject matter revolves around simple yet fundamental aspects of life, home, pets, travels, observations of every day objects and events. The elements I prefer to transmute are a combination of painterly surfaces with naïve, brut imagery, an optimistic outlook and a firm belief that humor is an absolutely essential part of life. I am very grateful that I have found painting as a means of self expression and to know that the process of learning never stops.”

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