G A L L E R Y O F A R T I S T S
Desvaux de Marigny, J.C. (Mauritian)
I am an artist who has worked in many different mediums over the years. As a boy I loved to draw and paint and over the years I studied fine arts and worked in charcoal, crayon, pastels, acrylic and oils. Once we moved to Mauritius in 2003, it was difficult to carry the range of colours necessary for stained glass and I decided to move onto fused and slumped glass which enables me to use clear glass and specially manufactured paints which are melted into the glass when I fire the pieces in the..
Dumasia Chopra, Hufreesh (India)
An Intuitive Abstract artist, Hufreesh Dumasia Chopra, has been painting ever since she was old enough to hold a brush. To become an artist wasn't a conscious choice but a natural expression of her being. Growing up in Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education in South of India and then later living in the Universal city of Auroville, (which is an experiment in Human Unity) inspired her to seek within for her artistic inspiration. Hufreesh’s color intense Abstract paintings...
Phillips, Fred (Barbados)
I’m a Vincentian abstract expressionist based on Barbados. In my art, the act of creation is itself the ultimate message. Life is vibrant energy in constant motion & the raw colour play in my work expresses that as a spontaneous demonstration of creativity as despair’s antithesis. Each piece is an unrepeatable entelechial event expressing an idea or feeling brought to manifestation & given extra dimensions in which to fly free, bypassing preconceptions via symbolism.
Bell, Mike (UK)
Mike Bell is an artist working mainly in mixed media. His paintings combine traditional techniques with a bold modern contemporary style using many different media to create the textural feel of his paintings of Northumberland & the North East.
‘My work consists of several visual forms with references from seascapes, landscape and their sky, textures and colour. The majority involve strong bright, bold colours and texture plays a major part in my work.'
Venier, Leanne (USA)
Leanne Venier is an int’l award-winning artist, scientist & expert on color and light who lectures about the healing effects of color, light & art at major medical centers. She combines her art with her past careers - as mechanical engineer designing submarines then acupuncturist - to teach doctors & others about the latest scientific research using color & art for healing. Venier’s abstract oil paintings have notable healing effects according to medical doctors and NASA research.
Glann, Al (USA)
"Horses have distinct personalities and physical traits that have been an integral part of human history,” he says. “I love to create horses in action, a gestural three dimensional drawing with metal. I exaggerate the form, giving it a sense of what I see and feel it to be. I love to work with the line, weight, movement, the essence of the form, and the negative space.“
Al Glann’s work is in public and private collections throughout the United States, England, Canada, and Italy.
Daniel, Jerry (USA)
"La Villita Dancers" by Jerry Daniel, welded steel, natural patina, height: 20 feet (6.1 meters)
Commissioned by Carter-Burgess, Dallas, Texas. Sculpture located in Irving, Texas.
Dancers in steel are available from three to thirty feet tall. For the past twenty years the focus of my work has been simplifying the figure as rhythmic expressions of joy and exuberance through movements in dance.
Trimble, Carl (USA)
Trimble studios is an architectural art glass studio creating high end residential, religious, commercial installations and historic restoration projects. In business since 1978, I hold a MFA and am a Professional Affiliate of the American Inst. Of Architects. Considered the premier studio in Dallas, we strive to produce the highest quality products for our clients. We have commissions in Fla., Ga., Ill., Va., N.J., Ark., and all over Tx.. Our work ranges from traditional to ultra- contemporary.
Johnson, Alison (UK)
Alison's work is driven by the desire to display atmosphere and emotion of a place. Through art she expresses feelings that are often inexpressible through words.
Her interest in nature and un materialistic beauty has been a constant source of passion since childhood, be it relationships between people, the struggles of life and the ever changing but constant landscape around. Fuelled by a previous career in nursing, Alison aims to combine these emotions.