Sunday, June 30, 2013

Victoria Pendragon Artspan VL Artist of the Day

© Integrating into the Day by Victoria Pendragon  12 x 12

© A Comfortable Bliss by Victoria Pendragon  12 x 12

© Eternal Commitment by Victoria Pendragon  12 x 12

© Sun Goddess by Victoria Pendragon  12 x 12

The media I have chosen as an artist is somewhat challenging fo rme as my own standards require a certain level of precision and my hands, slightly bent inward from progressive systemic sclerosis, are not the most precise of tools. Just picking up a piece of paper involves what feels like more work than it ought. I use a hemostat or two for placing smaller pieces, and there are always lots of smaller pieces. 


© The Peace the World Desires  V Pendragon


I use pins and toothpicks and whatever might be handy for finer stand-ins and I ruin more things than I'd like to. But it's marvelous. I have found my niche, reflecting feelings through my art.

Victoria Pendragon


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Friday, June 28, 2013

Dyan Newton, Artist of Texas, VL Featured Artist of the Day


© LOS OJOS VILLAGE MISSION by Dyan Newton

© ON THE WAY TO MARY'S by Dyan Newton

© Sunset at Los Ojos by Dyan Newton
ARTIST OF TEXAS

Dyan Newton

http://dyannewton.com/


Thursday, June 27, 2013

Canadian Artist Drew Keilback Artspan VL Artist of the Day

© A Leaf Fell by Drew Keilback 

© Rockies, Parker's Ridge by Drew Keilback
© Giliano's Boat by Drew Keilback



Canadian Artist
Drew Keilback

See Drew's studio visit and interview in the upcoming August Issue of Visual Language.



Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Deborah Flood VL Artist of the Day

Deborah Flood Bogged Down in Horse Play

Deborah Flood Grumpy Draft





Equine and Western
Watercolors

Deborah Flood
Look for the feature of her exhibition in El Paso, Texas
in the August Edition of VL

www.debfloodart.com

Monday, June 24, 2013

Sunday, June 23, 2013

FLORENCE MOONAN Artspan VL Artist of the Day


"I am a painter who loves the element of surprise;  when attacking a blank surface, I am filled with anticipation about how the finished work will reveal itself. Each work pushes the direction of the next until I have 

exhausted the possibilities."
Florence Moonan

He is Coming (Cio-Cio San) Venetian Plaster, Acrylic, Oiil stick, Asphaltum on Gessoboard.  
2012  24 x 24 inches



Emergere #1  venetian plaster, graphite pencil, universal tints, oil stick, on gessobord  8 x 10 inches



Tapestry 1  venetian plaster, graphite pencil, universal tints, oil stick, asphaltum on board` 2011  12 x 12 inches


Movement Study #2 (detail)  Charcol, Conte Crayon on Paper

http://www.florencemoonan.artspan.com/

Friday, June 21, 2013

NAOKO PALUSZAK Artspan VL Artist of The Day


Art is about having a “sense of mystery and drama”



Looking to evoke new concept and not just have art serve a decorative purpose, in a natural inconspicuous manner, the artist bridges the abstract and figures masterfully.

Naoko’s solitude abstract figure with her vibrant color palette evokes strong feelings and memories to viewers. Her use of probing evocative directness to the moment is compelling.


She was educated at the Nihon Designer Gakuin (Japan Designer Institute) in Tokyo, Japan. She worked as a graphic designer before moving to the United States. Almost immediately, her unique style garnered impressive awards and a Grand Prize from international competition held at Ariel Gallery in New York, NY.   Hailed by critics and museum curators for her style and her vibrant palette, she has exhibited in numerous one and two person shows. Her originals are sold extensively through galleries in California, Arizona, Florida and Hawaii.  She is included in Art in America’s Guide to Galleries, Museums and Artists and The Marquis Who’s Who, Who’s Who in the South and Southeast.- (Resources/ Gulf Coast Times, FL / Lahaina Galleries, HI)


Cover of July 2013 Visual Language Magazine Vol 2 No 7