watercolor

Arie Mathis

I am a fine artist that works in a variety of two dimensional mediums. I feel that every persons perspective is unique and that some people, have a gift that allows them to share their perspective with others. I do this with realistic focuses and abstract themes, and what I like to think of as whimsical flare. I grew up loving stories and fairy tales and the illustrations filling their pages. Each illustration was like a window into the world of a book and as a reader I was enchanted. As an artist, inspired.

Lee Copen

I paint fleeting moments of beauty found in the landscape. It is not that beauty is rare, I believe the opposite is true, every moment is beautiful but it is also always changing. My art is an attempt at capturing that moment before it is gone.  I am especially inspired by skies, water and trees. I love to paint outside whenever possible, because all of your senses are involved in the experience.  In the studio I work from sketches and photographs. I paint with both oils and watercolors depending on my mood and the circumstances.

Tabitha Mumford

I have always loved to draw, however my passion for fine art and illustration was not ignited until I started college. This was the first time that I was introduced into an art community and it made a huge difference in my life. I now work with ink, graphite, charcoal, digital, and gouache. I will continue to learn more mediums through my own explorations and through fine art and design classes. I look forward to learning and growing in our art community. 

Carole L Ogden

The French-born artist was juried into Fresh Gallery in June 2015 and since that time has grown in her love of watercolors. Her subject matter has become rather concrete therefore she uses her own photographs as well as other photography for her inspiration. “My style has changed and is constantly changing as I grow into my art”. In the past year she has found herself navigating more and more towards her roots and as she thinks about them her memories are revealing themselves onto her paper. She enjoys what water, color, and spontaneity offers as she develops her technique.

Renee Alyson

My work stems from nature and is filtered through my experiences. It has representational tendencies yet is not packed with narratives. Sometimes there is an agenda, sometimes not. That is what keeps it fresh and seductive. Primarily a painter, my passion for the two dimensional surface is often energized by explorations in woodcuts, linoleum cuts and monoprints. Landscapes and animals (birds in particular) are constant shape shifters offering endless unions of design elements - they abstract themselves! The rural setting in which I live offers me endless visual intimacies with nature.