Ronnie Weeks is best known for his very creative Assemblage Art. He repurposes artifacts and articles that might wind up in the trash, but under his skillful eye, beauty abounds with intricate and captivating themes.
Travis Keese is a nationally known artist whose work hangs in the Library of Congress, the Houston Museum of Natural History, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and the Burke Baker Planetarium.
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Watercolorist Gordon Fowler is a former high school quarterback and a lapsed rock-and-roll musician. As a Marine combat correspondent in Vietnam Cross of Gallantry. (The character named “Cowboy” in Stanley Kubrick’s Vietnam War movie, “Full Metal Jacket,” is based on Fowler.)
Maxine Price as a Wimberley artist her works include:
– Contemporary paintings
– Abstract paintings
– Texas contemporary abstracts
– Expressionistic landscapes
– Abstracted landscapes
– Palette knife paintings
– Oil paintings
– Southwest expressionistic paintings
– Abstract oil paintings
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”
Gary Oakley’s painting reminds us of why we fell in love with New Mexico in the first place says the Santa Fe Reporter 2018
Soon 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 had numerous exhibitions and earned numerous awards.