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Lynne Windsor

Artist Statement: “I am an oil painter and printmaker who draws constantly in a sketch book. My work reflects my love of nature in all forms.  The land, water, rocks, birds and tiny insects all find their way into my work, either in a painting or an etching. My paintings are mainly of landscapes in […]

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Esther Benedict

The youngest of eight, having to be quiet in church as her dad was the preacher, armed with paper and pencils, drawing was a past time and the art enthusiasm develop. The end of high school came with a choice to be made: a career in art or with horses.  Esther decided a degree in […]

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Andrea Alvin

Andrea Alvin paints still lifes. She captures a moment, a piece of nostalgia, or a remembrance. Her work evokes the feelings that “I remember having that,” or “that was my favorite”… Growing up in Fresno California, the daughter of a beautician and a cattleman, with a standard poodle for a pet, it is no wonder […]

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Al Glann

Al Glann grew up on a 500-acre farm in Ohio where he was always fascinated with the distinct personalities and physical traits of horses. He loves to create horses in action—a unique gestural three-dimensional drawing with metal—exaggerating the form in order to communicate a sense of what he sees and feels. Al strives to capture […]

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Lenell Deane

  Capturing life in motion is what sculptress Lenell Deane enjoys most about her artwork. Many of Lenell’s sculptures depict experiences from her childhood, living on a ranch in South Texas. Nowadays she draws inspiration from her life on a small ranch near Kerrville, Texas. The antics of living in a rural setting and growing […]

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