31 de enero de 2014


Hsin Yao Tseng

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30 de enero de 2014


Jill Soukup

Jill Soukup, family moved to Colorado from Buffalo, New York during her early childhood, and Colorado is still her home. Interested in art from a young age, she spent her childhood on many creative projects with her brother. These included large-scale dinosaur cut-outs, life-sized snow ponies, sculptures made of casting gauze from her parents’ veterinary clinic, and clay animation captured on 8mm film. Her affinity for horses resulted in countless drawings and studies, which led to a solid drawing foundation and an understanding of animal anatomy. As a teen, Jill started a pet portrait business, acquired jobs painting murals, and designed logos for her high school and a local daycare center.
“My early art experiences,” she notes, “consisted of school classes, much self-determination and learning, and abundant encouragement from my parents and teachers. I’d known all along that art was my life’s path, yet I also recognized that I thrived in a well-rounded environment. I was keen to the fact that athletics and academics fed and often synchronized with my creative work. I chose Colorado State University for its traditional graduation requirements and strong design program. I received awards for illustration and design and worked as an illustrator for the campus daily newspaper and as a graphic designer for the Residence Hall’s programming team.”
After graduating from CSU with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1991, Jill Soukup pursued a career in graphic design. She immersed herself in this field for 11 years, cultivating the principles of good design, computer proficiency, and business skills. Working in this environment also emphasized the importance of critique and how to apply it to artistic growth. She maintained a connection with fine art during this time by taking classes at Art Students League of Denver.


Marius Markowski

Marius Markowski, Swiss painter, was born in Switzerland and makes digital paintings which look like they have been made with oil or acrylic paint.
My artistic effort in digital painting was founded its origin in the oil painting, where I was passionately focusing my energy for several years. One day I had the idea to prepare an image on the computer in order to have more liberty in the development process. I experimented with these new tools and so discovered my enthusiasm for digital painting.

29 de enero de 2014


Clyde Aspevig

STEPHANIE BIRDSALL received her formal training at the City and Guilds of London Art School in England. After graduation she spent time traveling through Europe honing her skills as a plein air painter. Upon her return to the United States, Stephanie continued her study under several top artists including: Doug Dawson, Albert Handel, Ramon Kelly, and Frank Federico.
In 2006 Stephanie was invited to join a group of painters under the tutalage of renowned artist Richard Schmid. This opportunity gegan an intense focus and rapid growth. Painting for the last 8 years with Richard, and his wife Nancy Guzik and the others in this small group which has become known as the Putney Painters has provided inavluable support and insperation.
Her work has garnered recognition and more than 50 major awards in national and international juried exhibitions. She has exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in London, England, Bargemon in France and at the National Arts Club in New York. Among the awards she has received are Best in Show at the Bridgeport Museum of Arts and Science, the Grumbacher Gold Medallion Award, the Degas Pastel Society Exceptional Merit Award, the Connecticut Pastel Society Herman Margulies Award and the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, John Manship Award. In 2004 her work was selected by the National Academy of the Arts for inclusion in the Arts for the Parks National Exhibition.