Joe is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist, focusing mainly on graphite pencil drawings, oil painting, and photography.
He is enamored by the magic of the process of taking raw materials and creating them into something beautiful. His current focus has been the interplay between light and the subject, which we see in their work here today. https://www.joefortunato.art/
Art has always seemed to be a part of Victor’s life. Their fascination with the weird and fantastical can be seen in their art here today.
As an artist, Victor has been published twice in Front Range Community College’s Plain Paradox journal, has won first in 3D design and painting categories at a Firehouse Art Center show, and won the Scholastic Art Gold Key in his senior year of high school. https://www.electricpuritystudios.com/
When creating her works, Janine uses an underpainting technique and then moves into application of shadows, mid-tones, and lights. Janine strives to draw in her audience and invite them to share in the world she is creating. Her art is intended to evoke the viewers’ memories by intentionally capturing specific moments in time and place.
Megan combines self-expression, storytelling, and the whimsy to encourage viewers to see things from a new perspective.
As a middle and high school Visual Arts teacher, she’s studied at CSU as well as the UNC Art and Design Masters program. https://www.instagram.com/ms.lesage11/
Art will be displayed October + November