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Soon Warren

Soon Warren’s Amazing Watercolors

Soon Young Warren – AWS, NWS
 
Soon Y. Warren is a full time artist and teacher. She has an Associate degree in commercial art from Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Virginia. Soon Y. had numerous exhibitions and earned numerous awards.


Soon Y. is a signature member of
National Watercolor Society (NWS),
American Watercolor Society (AWS),
Transparent Watercolor Society of America (TWSA)
Southern Watercolor Artist (SW/LM),
Texas Watercolor Society, Purple Sage Brush (TWS),
Honor Society of Watercolor USA,
Rocky Mountain Watermedia
Society of Watercolor Artist (SWA).
 
Her paintings were published in:
 Artist’s Magazine, Watercolor Magic Magazine,
Jack Richeson Grand Prize  Watercolor Magic magazine, Susan K. Black Foundation –  Watercolor Artist magazine, Southwest Art Magazine, and Many More… 

http://www.soonwarren.com/bio.html

Debra Steidel

Debra Steidel: Porcelain, Bronze and Glass.

It was Tiffany who trademarked the word ‘Favrile,’ an old French term for ‘handmade’ in 1894, an ethos at the forefront of Debra Steidel’s artwork.

As the conviction of Debra Steidel’s sculptures speak through the harmonious bond between the form of each vessel and intricacy of each sculptural lid, the vitality of the lidded sculpture has never been so alluringly present. The defining influence of Art Nouveau undoubtedly lingers in the expression of each Steidel masterpiece, yet perhaps the most fascinating parallel between Debra’s mixed media sculpture and the brilliance of the Nouveau legendaries is the uncanny resemblance to René Lalique’s (1860 -1945) sinuous creativity and artistic genius

Gary Oakley

Raton Moon

About The Oakleys…
 
       We are just regular people who happen to be artists.
 
            It’s why we live in Santa Fe.

More of Gary’s work and artist statement can be seen at Vivo Contemporary Gallery (725 Canyon Road in Santa Fe; www.vivocontemporary.com)  or at Galeria Gaudi in Madrid Spain (www.galeriagaudi.net).

Pat Moberley Moore

Woman in Red – Bronze – 18.5 x 7 x 7

As a sculptor in bronze, clay, limestone, metal and/or glass, Pat Moberley Moore’s sculptures are about capturing emotion in 3-D.  Of her work she says, “My vision is not political, nor do I care to look at the darker side of ourselves or our world.  I endeavor to speak to the inner life  and to the beauty of the earth and her charges. “

She has a BFA and a BS in Education from the University of Houston and has studied with such notables as Eugene Daub, Lincoln Fox, Bruno Lucchesi, and Sandy Scott.  Pat has been in many exhibitions, both juried and invitational and has received high awards. Her work is in numerous collections, including Former First Ladies Roslyn Carter, Nancy Regan, and Barbara Bush; Willie Nelson and Walter Cronkite.

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