A registry of visual artists compiled by the Sarasota County Arts council.Karin Zukowski, 4607 Mink Rd., Sarasota 34235. 359-3406. Illustration (books, magazines, etc.), printmaking printmaking
Art form consisting of the production of images, usually on paper but occasionally on fabric, parchment, plastic, or other support, by various techniques of multiplication, under the direct supervision of or by the hand of the artist. , collage. A European background and fascination with the Masters assist the artist in presenting popular topics, at times in a poetic manner. ILL, mural painter, art therapist.
Susan Zukowsky, 3232 Rustic Rd., Nokomis 34275. 485-9615. Collage, mixed media. Through the medium of collage, the artist can take images of our printed media out of context, rearrange, change, and return them to a different light. "The printed image is my palette and my vocabulary."
This listing is an attempt to identify and describe working artists in the Arlene Ackerman Rev. Elder Arlene Ackerman is on the Board of Elders of the Metropolitan Community Church.
She has also served as Senior Pastor of All God's Children MCC, Minneapolis, MN, as pastor of MCC Bakersfield, Bakersfield, California and Assistant Pastor and Interim Pastor of MCC , 1240 Fox Creek Dr., Sarasota 34240. 378-1131. Painting, watercolor, drawing. Realistic interpretation of local scenery, beaches, and buildings. Also portraits of people, birds, and animals.
Dolorita Boettcher Alejandre, D.M. Boettcher, 2752 Clubhouse Dr., Sarasota 34232. 924-4349. Painting, printmaking, drawing. FAP (language) FAP - The assembly language for Sperry-Rand 1103 and 1103A.
[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)]. , AT.
Ingrid Alta Villa, 5029 80th Ave. Plaza E., Sarasota 34243-4302. 351-0655. Painting, printmaking, mixed media. The artist's paintings and monotypes are reminiscent of lunar and architectural landscapes utilizing geometric shapes This is a list of geometric shapes. Generally composed of straight line segments
Betty Altman, 606 S. Casey Key Rod., Nokomis 34275. 488-1177. Painting, mixed media, collage. "Mixed media and collage in figurative or abstract painting is as important to me as strong color and form." Art direction.
Ian Alden Anderson Alden Anderson (October 11, 1867-September 23, 1944) was a Republican politician from California. He served as Lieutenant Governor, 1903-7. Prior to that he had been on the California State Assembly and served as Speaker, January 1899–February 1900. , 1049 32nd St., Sarasota 34234. 355-0334. Sculpture, painting. Combines Ferro-Cement with mosaics, creating sculptures with Hindu/Buddhist motifs, laden with strong expressionistic ex·pres·sion·ism
A movement in the arts during the early part of the 20th century that emphasized subjective expression of the artist's inner experiences.
ex·pres overtones. AT, framing/display fabrication fabrication (fab´rikā´shn),
n the construction or making of a restoration. .
Jim Archibald, 3055 Goodwater St., Sarasota 34231. 922-3741. Painting. Work is principally transparent watercolor but moving into simplified patterns and the elimination of details.
Judy Axe, 1682 Hawthorne, Sarasota 34239. 953-5649. Mosaics, painting, mixed media. Mosaics in various materials...traditional and contemporary. Subjects: birds, fish, shells, flowers, etc. on commission, also murals in acrylic on various grounds. Mural painter, AT.
Claudia Bach, 7340 Westmoreland Dr., Sarasota 34243. 351-6116; fax: 756-0129. Painting, graphics, mixed media. Bach's work focuses on figuration fig·u·ra·tion
1. The act of forming something into a particular shape.
2. A shape, form, or outline.
3. The act of representing with figures.
4. A figurative representation.
5. of the human feminine form, with themes that encompass the roles and conditions of woman in our present society. Painting, printmaking, sculpture.
Jack Leland Bailey, 4211 Old Bradenton Rd., Sarasota 34234. 355-1600. Painting. The artist notes, "I've been called a 'genius' in four languages."
John W. Barends, 1817 S. Osprey osprey (ŏs`prē), common name for a bird of prey related to the hawk and the New World vulture and found near water in most parts of the world. Ave., Sarasota 34239. 955-4763. Painting, drawing, mixed media. "I would not paint a face, a rock nor brooks nor trees, mere semblances of things, but something more than these." Framing/display fabrication, mural painter.
Pamela Barron, 8440 Sanderling, Sarasota 34242. 346-0066. Painting, pastel. Barron's colorful, symbolic art explores herself and nature. It assimilates 20th-century naturalism and European surrealism into contemporary paintings. Mural painter.
Joy Bascher, Bascher's North Creek Art School, 2150 Cordes Way, Osprey 34229. 966-4825. Caricature, painting, illustration. Colorful caricatures are performed at parties, festivals, capturing the individual with a few pen lines in everyday or whimsical situations. ATac, PHO.
Catherine Beausoleil, 4476 Symeo Ave., North Port 34287. 1-813-426-0204. Enameling, jewelry, illustration (books, magazines, etc.). One-of-a-kind cloisonne jewelry and enameled wall sculptures are inspirations of Florida and flora and sealife. ILL (children's books), ATac.
Nicole Beck, 10224 46th Ave. W., Bradenton 34210. 798-9697. Installation, sculpture, assemblage. Installations are process experiments utilizing plants, fish, water, earth, and incorporate both woodworking and found object structures. Also producing small scale assemblages and sculpture. Art faculty at Ringling School of Art and Design, furniture conservation and restoration, gilding gilding, process of applying a thin layer of real or imitation gold to a surface. The process is employed on wood, metal, ivory, leather, paper, glass, porcelain, and fabrics and is used to embellish the decorative elements, domes, and vaults of buildings. , woodworking.
Herman Bek-Gran, 740 Seminole Dr. E., Venice 34293. 497-1282. Painting, drawing. Known for his dramatic land and seascapes Seascapes is an RTÉ Radio 1 programme broadcast on Fridays at 8.30 pm. and presented by Tom MacSweeney. It is intended to cover all subjects of maritime interest, from leisure to commercial shipping, as well as fishing and the environment. which are powerful expressions of his visions of nature. Art direction, design.
Phyllis Bek-Gran, 740 Seminole Dr. E., Venice 34293. 497-1282. Yarn on canvas. Her portraits reflect a feeling for her subjects reaching to the character and personality of the people she paints. AT, design.
Helen Bell Helen Bell is an English folk musician playing mainly viola and fiddle.
In 2000 she released her first solo album, 'Audierne', on which she was accompanied by guitarist Ed Pritchard. , 4152 Tarpon tarpon (tär`pŏn), common name for members of the family Elopidae, large herringlike game fish of the warm seas of the Western Hemisphere, ranging occasionally from Long Island to Brazil and to the west coast of Africa and entering freshwater Rd., Venice 34293. 493-5329. Sculpture, pastel. Unique sculpture individually created using clay (stoneware stoneware, hard pottery made from siliceous paste, fired at high temperature to vitrify (make glassy) the body. Stoneware is heavier and more opaque than porcelain and differs from terra-cotta in being nonporous and nonabsorbent. ), high fired with oxides. Florida wildlife is mounted on driftwood. ATac.
Lisa Bennett, 401 S. Palm Ave. #11, Sarasota 34236. 952-0827. Painting, design, drawing. Concentrating on geometric and architectonic ar·chi·tec·ton·ic also ar·chi·tec·ton·i·cal
1. Of or relating to architecture or design.
2. Having qualities, such as design and structure, that are characteristic of architecture: forms, work reflects signs and symbols of the manmade and natural world, strongly emphasizing patterns and color. Art historian, writing, art theorist.
Marge Bennett, 770 S. Palm Ave. #401, Sarasota 34236. 953-5459. Painting. Art reflects artist's life in its search for serenity and beauty. ATa.
Jean Bessey, J.B. Originals, 633 E. Venice Ave., Venice 34292. 485-8941. Mixed media. One-of-a-kind, Father Christmas and Friends, sculpted sculpt
v. sculpt·ed, sculpt·ing, sculpts
1. To sculpture (an object).
2. To shape, mold, or fashion especially with artistry or precision: out of cernit (a clay) dressed in the finest.
Janice Ferm Bjork, 1100 Imperial Dr. #302, Sarasota 34236. 365-7080. Metal, painting, photography. All-original work is a combination of metal flower sculpture, hand-cut and hand-painted, usually in conjunction with a watercolor of the subject. Sold in design studios and museum stores for the commercial market.
Mary McCune Black, 3 S. Buena Vista Ave., Englewood 34223. 1-813-474-0321. Painting, mixed media, drawing, collage. Uses multimedia on paper, primarily watercolor and collage with or without subject matter, in a search for form and color.
Jean Blackburn, 700 Myakka Rd., Sarasota 34240. 322-2716. Printmaking, painting. These oils and intaglio intaglio (ĭntăl`yō, –täl`–), design cut into stone or other material or etched or engraved in a metal plate, producing a concave, instead of a convex, effect. It is the reverse of a relief or cameo. impressions explore the merging of and struggle between natural forces and the human element. AT, FAP.
Charlotte Brenner, Charlotte Thompson-Brenner, 5075 Sandy Cove Ave., Sarasota 34242. 957-3999. Painting, drawing, mixed media. The large-scale paintings reveal tensions in contemporary life by using Post-Modern themes of fragmentation juxtaposed jux·ta·pose
tr.v. jux·ta·posed, jux·ta·pos·ing, jux·ta·pos·es
To place side by side, especially for comparison or contrast. with humanist imagery. ATa.
Philip Brinkman, 1661 Fifth St., Englewood 34223. 1-813-475-5064. Murals.
Robert Bruce The following have been known as Robert Bruce:
Those belonging to the Bruce family of Scotland:
Note: There are currently discrepancies between this list and the actual article contents. , 1673 Joyce St., Sarasota 34231. 966-7014. Painting, printmaking. Larger-than-life realistically executed paintings in oil on canvas of floral subjects with landscaping backgrounds in vibrant compositions. PHO, mural painter.
W.C. Burnett, 4032 Swift Rd., Sarasota 34231. 924-0909. Painting, sculpture. Figurative work dealing with subjective ideas, emotions, experience, social attitudes -- "Southern Gothic Southern Gothic is a subgenre of the Gothic writing style, unique to American literature. Like its parent genre, it relies on supernatural, ironic, or unusual events to guide the plot. realism."
Emily Callari, 606 Home Park Rd., Venice 34292. 485-7892. Oil painting, pastels, painting. Her portrait commissions capture the spirit of the sitter, some of the inner feelings, together with a good likeness. ATa.
Weta Cannon, 730 Freeling Dr., Sarasota 34242. 349-0890. Painting, mixed media, sculpture. Cannon wishes to instill in·still
To pour in drop by drop.
instil·lation n. in the clean surfaces some dark human commentary. Constructions, wood, mirrors, found objects. ATa, museum education.
Richard Capes, 2116 Florinda St., Sarasota 34231. 924-8250. Illustration, drawing, painting. The artist's unique mixed media paintings and drawings chronicle Florida today Florida Today is the major daily newspaper serving Melbourne, Brevard County and the Space Coast region of Florida. It was founded in 1966 by the Gannett corporation. and yesterday. Historical structures come alive through his works. ILL, FAP, AT.
Thomas Carabasi, 2836 Yorktown St., Sarasota 34231. 922-2720. Photography, performance art, sound. His photographs represent the human figure and the landscape, exploring their relationship to mythology and contemporary culture. PHO, AT, music.
Pat Cashin Patrick "Pat" Cashin (born 1967 in Saddle Brook, New Jersey) has been described as "an inspired architect of slapstick circus silliness" whose performances are "a cartoon cavalcade of idiosyncratic oddities and imaginative absurdities" and that he is a "passionate practitioner of , Patricia J. Cashin, 427 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota 34236. 955-1744. Painting. Her unique and colorful non-objective paintings cannot be characterized only in visual terms because what makes her art important lies much deeper. ATc.
Jeanne Norman Chase, 1602 Bay Rd., Sarasota 34239. 364-9132. Painting, drawing, mixed media. Figurative art Figurative art describes artwork - particularly paintings - which are clearly derived from real object sources, and are therefore by definition representational. The term "figurative art" is often taken to mean art which represents the human figure, or even an animal figure, and, . Figures in their environment, or used as themes; in music, the circus, etc. AT.
Vicky Chirnside, Damp Earth Basketry basketry, art of weaving or coiling and sewing flexible materials to form vessels or other commodities. The materials used include twigs, roots, strips of hide, splints, osier willows, bamboo splits, cane or rattan, raffia, grasses, straw, and crepe paper. , 951 Southland Rd., Venice 34293. 493-5825. Sculpture, fiber art sculpture, nature. Using natural materials, artist merges textures, color, art and nature to form one-of-a-kind woven creations. ATac, demos, lectures, exhibition, prep and installation.
Cat Christensen, Catherine Christensen, 3350 Kenmore Dr., Sarasota 34231. 921-2880. Painting, ceramics, glass. Synthesis of realism with impressionism impressionism, in painting
impressionism, in painting, late-19th-century French school that was generally characterized by the attempt to depict transitory visual impressions, often painted directly from nature, and by the use of pure, broken color to is strengthened by layering glazes to infuse in·fuse
1. To steep or soak without boiling in order to extract soluble elements or active principles.
2. To introduce a solution into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes. each painting with changing reflections of light. ATa, T-shirt designs.
Jacqueline Clark, 102 14th St. E., Bradenton 34208. 748-8900. Painting. Floral and still life dominate her subject matter with a sampling of Florida shimmering shim·mer
intr.v. shim·mered, shim·mer·ing, shim·mers
1. To shine with a subdued flickering light. See Synonyms at flash.
2. landscapes. ATa.
Shirley Clement, 3851 Redrock Lane, Sarasota 34231. 953-5345. Painting. Primarily objective paintings in watercolor acrylic having a dynamism and emotional impact suggestive of suggestive of Decision making adjective Referring to a pattern by LM or imaging, that the interpreter associates with a particular–usually malignant lesion. See Aunt Millie approach, Defensive medicine. the French moderns.
Ruth Hook Colby, 918 Cumberland Rd., Venice 34293. 493-0423. Painting. In painting, when color that conveys emotion is combined with abstract interpretation the essence of the subject is found.
Frank Colson, 1666 Hillview St., Sarasota 34239. 953-5892. Sculpture, ceramics, mixed media. Stylized styl·ize
tr.v. styl·ized, styl·iz·ing, styl·iz·es
1. To restrict or make conform to a particular style.
2. To represent conventionally; conventionalize. neo-primitive sculptural forms in clay -- polished bronze faces in modular system, metamorphic met·a·mor·phic
1. also met·a·mor·phous Of, relating to, or characterized by metamorphosis.
2. Geology Changed in structure or composition as a result of metamorphism. Used of rock. representational animals and figures. Foundry, chairman public art committee, marketing and sales.
Victoria Bailey Cooley, 3200 Wilder Ave., Sarasota 34232. 378-1093. Painting. The artist creates watercolor and oil paintings with a Victorian flair and also enjoys mural painting. ATc.
Kassandra Copeland, 4515 26th St. W., #1508, Bradenton 34207. 753-7686. Painting, sculpture, mixed media. Artist conveys the raw elements Raw Elements is a hardcore music label in the UK. Compared to other UK hardcore labels, Raw Elements was putting a lot more emphasis on solid breakbeats and has a more progressive edge, taking more from breakbeat hardcore and less from the trance influenced roots of modern hardcore. of her beliefs and fears by exploring various social and cultural principles. Design.
Kevin Costello, 94A Avenida Vaneccia, Sarasota 34242. 349-1242; fax 362-9999. Sculpture, painting, drawing. Sculptures, paintings and drawings all reflect a continuing concern to combine Neo-Classical figuration into that of abstraction. Writing, art critic Noun 1. art critic - a critic of paintings
critic - a person who is professionally engaged in the analysis and interpretation of works of art , art historian.
Marianna Cotten, 451 Woodland Dr., Sarasota 34234. 351-3236. Painting. Brightly colored whimsical primitives.
Howard L. Cowdrick, P.O. Box 3632, Sarasota 34230-3632. 355-7063. Painting, air brush. Most recent works deal with spatial relationships of unrelated objects. Objects interacting within a field or space. Design, ILL.
Barbara Culbertson, 4844 Brywill Circle, Sarasota 34234. 355-3604. Stoneware fountains.
Kay Curtis, 1104 Danny Dr., Sarasota 34243. 758-9263. Painting. Images show the relationship between animals, humans and other living things Living Things may refer to:
Patricia Davidson Patricia A. "Pat" Davidson (born June 30, 1946 in Petrolia, Ontario) is a member of the Canadian House of Commons elected in 2006 representing the riding of Sarnia—Lambton and is a member of the Conservative Party of Canada. , 4231 Charing Cross Char·ing Cross
A district of London, England, where Edward I erected (c. 1290) the last of a series of crosses in memory of his wife, Eleanor of Castile. Rd., Sarasota 34241. 377-7889. Painting, drawing, mixed media. After painting and experimenting with watercolor for 20 years, the Years, The
the seven decades of Eleanor Pargiter’s life. [Br. Lit.: Benét, 1109]
See : Time artist has developed a quality similar to the impressionist. ATac, private workshops.
David Davis David Davis, the name of several people, may refer to:
Nat Dean, 1700 Alta Vista See AltaVista.
(World-Wide Web) Alta Vista - A World-Wide Web site provided by Digital which features a very fast Web and Usenet search engine.
As of April 1996 its word index is 33GB in size. , Sarasota 34236. 951-1330. Painting, drawing, sculpture. Multimedia work explores the many layers of meaning we attach to experience and evidence using simple linear images of everyday objects and gesturing hands. Education on art business, career counseling Noun 1. career counseling - counseling on career opportunities
counseling, counselling, guidance, counsel, direction - something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action , design, desktop publishing desktop publishing, system for producing printed materials that consists of a personal computer or computer workstation, a high-resolution printer (usually a laser printer), and a computer program that allows the user to select from a variety of type fonts and sizes, , paste up/layout.
Alice DeCaprio, 3963 Country View Dr., Sarasota 34233. 922-6748. Drawing, photography, painting. Lively authentic drawings of carousel and circus subjects; also large scale artist-enhanced photographs, French countryside and other unique subjects. AT.
Russell A. Dickson, Rusty Dickson, 102 Shannon Rd., Sarasota 34240. 371-4108. Painting, Indian flute, metal. This wildlife artist exhibits accuracy in detail, giving the animals lifelike personality in their natural setting.
Julee Lee Docking, 1677 Hyde Park Hyde Park, park, London, England
Hyde Park, 615 acres (249 hectares) in Westminster borough, London, England. Once the manor of Hyde, a part of the old Westminster Abbey property, it became a deer park under Henry VIII. St., Sarasota 34239. 955-0927. Painting, collage, mixed media. "I want to walk in my own landscapes, so I try to capture that elusive first ecstatic impression using mixed media on canvas or paper." Exhibition prep and installation, AT, marketing and sales.
Carol Doenecke, 3943 Riverview Blvd. W., Bradenton 34209. 746-7258. Pastel. The artist's pastel paintings are figurative and very colorful. Some influences include Buddhist themes and Northwest Coastal Indian imagery.
Jack Dowd, 1269 First St., Studio #7, Sarasota 34236. 952-1919. Sculpture. "Through the creation of life-size figures enhanced by authentic props, I portray the comedy and tragedy; truth and soul of humanity in America."
Joe Draye, 800 Central Ave., Sarasota 34236. 365-8507. Painting, drawing, illustration (books, magazines, etc.). Alco-illusionary effects strained through a psychotherapeutic landscape. ILL, FAP, scenic design Scenic design (also known as stage design, set design or production design) is the creation of theatrical scenery. Scenic designers have traditionally come from a variety of artistic backgrounds, but nowadays, generally speaking, they are trained professionals, often with M.F.A. .
Carol Drummond, 4224 74th Ave. E., Sarasota 34243. 355-3083. Art quilts, mixed media, painting. "I need to have uplifting images that will feed my soul and nurture a feeling of comfort in the viewer."
Stuart Edie, 800 Apalachicola, Venice 34285. 484-1196. Painting, sculpture, jewelry. During the past 28 years Edie has created a large body of non-commercial art stressing continual development of style. ATa.
Omar El-Shabu, 1800 Webber St., Sarasota 34239. 366-2977. Painting, textile design. Paintings are based on traditional African forms reflecting new currents which combine dance, music and calligraphic cal·lig·ra·phy
a. The art of fine handwriting.
b. Works in fine handwriting considered as a group.
2. Handwriting. shapes in unusual color juxtapositions and create a geometrically sensuous vision. Design, textile design.
Jill Elkinton, 3212 School Ave., Sarasota 34239. 365-3069. Painting, drawing, illustration (books, magazines, etc.). Elkinton's watercolors include seascapes, boats, the tropical landscapes and architecture typical of Key West and the west coast of Florida. ILL, ATac.
Marcia Ente, 653 40th St., Sarasota 34234. 351-7426. Fiber art, ceramics. The artist's quilted wall pieces bridge the seemingly contrasting worlds of technology and traditional crafts. Crafts, jewelry, mural painter.
Mary Erickson, Mary Cantrell, 400 Baycrest Dr., Venice 34285. 485-2156. Painting, drawing, illustration (books, magazines, etc.). Erickson creates regional scenery and wildlife with stunning accuracy and detail, capturing nature's shifting moods with color and light
"Color and Light" is the 30th episode of the ABC television series, Desperate Housewives. The episode was the seventh episode for the show's second season. . Marketing and sales, ILL, framing/display fabrication.
Joy M. Erickson, 3652 Allenwood St., Sarasota 34232. 955-0886. Painting, drawing, photography. Erickson's focus on the human and spiritual experience is expressed in unique figurative and bio-morphic abstract paintings. Desktop publishing, PHO, mural painter, paste up/layout.
Judith Essenson, 1900 Wisteria wisteria (wĭstēr`ēə) or wistaria (–târ`–), any plant of the genus Wisteria, St., Sarasota 34239. 366-3772. Painting, textile design, painted clothing. The artist creates bold one-of-a-kind handpainted sportswear using her architectural lettering skills, wide brush strokes Brush Strokes was an Esmonde and Larbey sitcom set in South London and depicting the (mostly) amorous adventures of a good-looking, wisecracking house painter, Jacko (Karl Howman). and classic collegiate coloring. Mural painter, ATc.
Michael Everson Michael Everson (born January 9, 1963) is a linguist, script encoder, typesetter, and font designer. His central area of expertise is with writing systems of the world, specifically in the representation of these systems in formats for computer and digital media. , 2114 Hibiscus hibiscus: see mallow.
Any of about 250 species of shrubs, trees, and herbaceous plants that make up the genus Hibiscus, in the mallow family, native to warm temperate and tropical regions. , Sarasota 34239. 366-3088; 355-7688. Mixed media, painting, photography. Using a wide variety of media, often centering around oil paint and/or photographs, Everson continues experimenting with self-portrait images. PHO, photography of art work, videography vid·e·og·ra·phy
The art or practice of using a video camera.
vide·og , AT.
Kathleen June Mooring MOORING, mar. law. The act of arriving of a ship or vessel at a particular port, and there being anchored or otherwise fastened to the shore.
2. Policies of insurance frequently contain a provision that the ship is insured from one place to another, "and till Fedel, Kay Fedel, 3728 Breezemont Dr., Sarasota 34232. 952-9239. Painting, collage, illustration (books, magazines, etc.). Artist, writer, teacher, Fedel celebrates life with symbols of the universal spirit in her fine art series of paintings and in her writings and workshops. Writing, art critic, ATac.
Bonnie Jackson Fehling, 3928 Brookside Dr., Sarasota 34231. 925-9204. Painting, illustration (books, magazines, etc.), printmaking. Using watercolor, pastel, airbrush airbrush
Pneumatic device for developing a fine, small-diameter spray of paint, protective coating, or liquid colour (see aerosol). The airbrush can be a pencil-shaped atomizer used for various highly detailed activities such as shading drawings and retouching and intaglio on museum board, the artist creates textural settings for her mostly figurative work.
Joel Fein, 826 41st St., Sarasota 34234. 359-9588. Stained glass stained glass, in general, windows made of colored glass. To a large extent, the name is a misnomer, for staining is only one of the methods of coloring employed, and the best medieval glass made little use of it. , mother-of-pearl inlay inlay /in·lay/ (-la) material laid into a defect in tissue; in dentistry, a filling made outside the tooth to correspond with the cavity form and then cemented into the tooth.
1. , photography. Relocated NYC NYC
New York City
NYC New York City stained glass artist creates striking, beautiful windows, doors, decorative screens. AT, PHO, ILL, furniture building.
Thomas Fern, 142 Southhampton PI. S., Venice 34293. 493-3598. Portrait commissions. Thirty years of portrait commissions from a nationwide clientele. Photos and information on request.
Doug Finfrock, 7125 Antigua Place, Sarasota 34231. 923-8125. Painting, watercolor, acrylic. Realistic paintings of travels to New England New England, name applied to the region comprising six states of the NE United States—Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The region is thought to have been so named by Capt. , Maine, British Columbia British Columbia, province (2001 pop. 3,907,738), 366,255 sq mi (948,600 sq km), including 6,976 sq mi (18,068 sq km) of water surface, W Canada. Geography
, Southwest, England. Subjects are landscapes, boats, seascapes and architectural.
Joe Fiorello, Box 6223, St. Armands, Sarasota 34278-6223. 388-2213. Sculpture, metal, foundry. As a sculptor with a painting background Fiorello works in many media. He's best known for his outdoor spiritual works in welded steel with installations and commissions across the country. Curatorial, grant writing/fundraising, publicity, exhibition prep and installation, modelmaking.
Cheryl A. Fischer, Pottery By Fischer, 3424 Austin St., Sarasota 34292. 921-1762. Ceramics. The artist creates functional pottery, which incorporates a combination of earth toned colors, freely drawn calligraphic designs, and carved or cut out designs. ATac, desktop publishing, PHO.
Marian C. Fischer, 4213 Eastwood Dr., Sarasota 34232. 377-2632. Mixed media (art material), painting (ink, watercolor, encaustic encaustic, painting medium in which the binder for the pigment is wax or wax and resin. Examples of encaustic tomb portraits from Roman Egypt bear witness to the durability of the medium, which is thought to have been widely used in ancient times. ), collage. Artist explores private world to create "mixed media golds" which have as many interpretations and responses as there are viewers. Art critic, AT.
Larry Forgard, 714 45th St., Sarasota 34234. 351-3628. Painting, communications, model maker. Work explores textures through acrylic paintings with a strong emphasis on mood. Graphic design communications is also practiced full-time. Modelmaking, AT, design, art direction.
Christine Frazer Christine Frazer is a fictional police officer in the long running ITV drama The Bill. She was played by Barbara Thorn from 1988 until 1990. Biography
Christine serves at Sun Hill for a year and a half. , 3227 Beneva Rd. #103, Sarasota 34232. 922-9226. Painting, drawing. Frazer is a representational artist whose pastel portraits and still-lifes combine abstract composition with a sensitive likeness of the subject. PHO.
Patricia Gawle, 680 41st St., Sarasota 34234. 359-1749. Painting, design, drawing. Though Gawle's paintings are architectural, her startling star·tle
v. star·tled, star·tling, star·tles
1. To cause to make a quick involuntary movement or start.
2. To alarm, frighten, or surprise suddenly. See Synonyms at frighten. use of color not of the white race; - commonly meaning, esp. in the United States, of negro blood, pure or mixed.
See also: Color creates a fantasy world where objects appear more alive than the living. Design, desktop publishing, FAP.
Frank Gegunde, 2057 Manasota Beach Rd., Englewood 34223. 1-813-475-6914. Woodworking. Gegunde carves both realistic and decorative aquatic life, sometimes leaving the wood in its natural state.
Mary Gegunde, 2057 Manasota Beach Rd., Englewood 34223. Ceramics, collage, weaving. Hand-built pottery using five different colored stoneware clays creating landscapes or whimsical fantasies.
Jean Germain, 1512 Pelican Cove Rd., Sarasota 34231. 966-5759. Photography. Germain experiments with the camera as a photographic media to create impressionistic im·pres·sion·is·tic
1. Of, relating to, or practicing impressionism.
2. Of, relating to, or predicated on impression as opposed to reason or fact: impressionistic memories of early childhood. images and special effects special effects, in motion pictures, cinematographic techniques that create illusions in the audience's minds as well as the illusions created using these techniques. of nature, places, wildlife and people. PHO, instructor and lecturer.
Philip Gianni, 942 47th St., Sarasota 34234. 351-2560. Ceramics, computer graphics, environmental design. Gianni does corporate identity logos on the Macintosh and terra cotta cot·ta
n. pl. cot·tae or cot·tas
A short surplice.
[Medieval Latin, of Germanic origin.] clay caricature statues of people of all nationalities and illustrations of the same.
Rona Glasser, 4911 Greencroft Rd., Sarasota 34235. 377-9719. Mixed media (art materials Techniques and materials related to art:
Ellen Goldberg, 2311 Siesta Dr., Sarasota 34239. 951-2784. Mixed media (art materials), textile design, collage. Through a combination of hi-tech, fabricated and antique parts and found objects, the artist seeks to create assemblages and constructions presenting primitive, architectural and universal themes. ATac, publicity, research, exhibition prep and installation, exhibit design.
Barbara J. Granroth, 4015 Tampico Dr., Sarasota 34235. 355-6081. Painting. The artist creates small to medium realistic watercolors of common, simple objects in soft, transparent colors. ATc.
Orton Decourcey Graves, P.O. Box 1513, Bradenton 34206. 747-8490. Sculpture, fiber art. The artist creates wall sculptures that are influenced by African and other primitive arts using fiber and other mixed media. ATac.
Bruce Gregory Bruce Craig Gregory (born 1937) was a New Zealand politician of the Labour Party.
In 1979 Matiu Rata, a Labour cabinet minister, resigned from the party, because he disagreed with the party’s Māori policy. , 2115 Lee Ln., Sarasota 34231. 924-5649. Donn Roll Gallery, 1415 Main St., Sarasota 34236. 955-1002. Painting, papermaking. Gregory starts with nature and distills the forms, which liberates color and contrast to express plastic content. Mural painter, AT, artist assistant.
Linda Griffin, Fanciful Furnishings, 3466 Beekman Pl., Sarasota 34235. 355-5312. Design, painting, fine painting on furniture and walls. The artist combines art and designs on furnishing and walls that are both pleasing and whimsical. Mural painter, ATa.
Marilyn Gross, 374 Macewen Dr., Osprey 34229. 966-4219. Painting, mixed media (art materials), jewelry. Contemporary paintings in a wide range of sizes, rich in texture, reflecting a kaleidoscope of color and mood.
Regina Gurland, 535 DeNarvaez Dr., Longboat Key 34228. 383-4827. Ceramics. Gurland creates single form abstract animal imagery and one-of-a-kind murals.
Louisa Haenlein, Micki Artistic Expressions, 2848 Davis Blvd., Sarasota 34237. 955-7013. Collage, mixed media, painting. Found objects assembled to create a visual message. A reflection of social trends. "I paint for me." Framing/display fabrication.
Louise Hamel Ham´el
v. t. 1. Same as Hamble. , 2715 Valencia Dr., Sarasota 34239. 366-7474. Painting, computer graphics, jewelry. Painting on wood, primarily wooden chairs with a mystical, spiritual quality. Design, ILL, art direction.
Lee Hanford, 2523 89th St. NW, Bradenton 34209. 798-3493. Painting, oil.
Virginia Hanson, 5248 Wedgewood Ln., Sarasota 34235. 378-0546. Mixed media. A painter of architectural subjects, inspired by design forms of angles of buildings, Hanson uses perspective, shapes, and shadows. ATa, art therapist.
Barbara L. Harrison, P.O. Box 2125, Anna Maria 34216. 778-6179. Metal sculpture. All art plays with the way in which the senses deal with the world.
Teresa Harshman, 3353 Higel Ave., Sarasota 34242. 349-7157. Painting, mixed media, drawing. Medium and large-size acrylics, abstraction of the human figure; exploration of space and edge.
Joe Hartnett, 5311 Mesa Way, Sarasota 34233. 371-8053. Painting, sculpture, mixed media. Clay and cement create the size and detail for his indoor or outdoor sculpture. Each figure, grouping or abstract form has its unique presence.
Sandy Hartnett, 5311 Mesa Way, Sarasota 34233. 371-8053. Fiber art, mixed media, sculpture. Hartnett's love for color and design help mold the soft-textured abstract sculpture, letting the viewer get caught in her web.
Dan Haywood, Thomas Danial Haywood, 6037 Ravenwood Dr., Sarasota 34243. 355-4708. Photography. Haywood's photography presents a unique combination of talents: his creative vision for composition and technical ability with lighting and exposure. PHO (special lighting effects), photographer of art work, nature/wildlife, portrait and pets, sports photography Sports photography refers to the genre of photography that covers all types of sports. Equipment
The equipment used by a professional photographer usually includes a fast telephoto lens and a camera that has an extremely fast shutter speed that can rapidly take pictures. .
Philip Held, 325 Island Circle, Sarasota 34242. 349-5739. Photography, painting. Held's photographs are images of time and place, rooted in Florida. Further words are meaningless. PHO, darkroom darkroom,
n a completely lightproof room or cubicle that is used in the processing of photographic, medical, and dental films. See also safe light. technician.
Constance Heller, 1465 Gulf of Mexico Noun 1. Gulf of Mexico - an arm of the Atlantic to the south of the United States and to the east of Mexico
Golfo de Mexico
Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean - the 2nd largest ocean; separates North and South America on the west from Europe and Africa on the east Dr., Longboat Key 34228. 383-3547. Collage, mixed media, painting. An exquisite sense of color, keen use of form and diverse materials are the key elements of Heller's unique style. Design.
Eleanor Heller, 3727 Collins St., Sarasota 34232. 365-4220. Painting, mixed media, collage. Heller's abstract imagery is intuitive, organic, mythic, strongly colored and textural, symbolically reflecting memories, readings and experiences as a woman.
Richard C. Henderson, 1908 Oleander oleander: see dogbane.
Any of the ornamental evergreen shrubs of the genus Nerium (dogbane family), which have poisonous milky juice. Numerous varieties of flower colour in the common oleander, or rosebay (N. St., Sarasota 34239. 955-0712. Painting, drawing, printmaking. The artist creates realist/impressionist portraits, still lifes, and landscape paintings, as well as interpretive, contemporary paintings and monotype monotype, type set by the Monotype machine. See printing.
In art printmaking, a technique prized because of its unique textural qualities. prints. ATa, portraiture.
Andrea Hillebrand, 2623 Bee Ridge Rd., Sarasota 34239. 922-9428. Photography. Polaroid image transfers -- merging photographs, "transferred" to watercolor paper, with handtinted colors, to conjure ethereal images, evoking past times. PHO of children, handtinted photos.
Robert O. Hodgell, P.O. Box 20463, Bradenton 34203. 751-5482. Sculpture, ceramics, printmaking. Slab-built ceramic sculpture (figurative, often satirical); linoleum linoleum (lĭnō`lēəm), resilient floor or wall covering made of burlap, canvas, or felt, surfaced with a composition of wood flour, oxidized linseed oil, gums or other ingredients, and coloring matter. block prints (often religious, satirical); watercolors (landscapes, figure). AT, ILL.
Jill Hoffman, 1952 Morrill St., Sarasota 34236. 957-1077. Painting, video, mixed media (art materials). Contemporary works on paper, cut, textured and minimalist in structure. Their aesthetic is enhanced by flowers, feathers, and color. Original works and private commissions on request. PHO, videography, photographer of art work.
Virginia Hoffman, P.O. Box 2712, Sarasota 34230. 365-7450. Glass, metal, mixed media. Hoffman's artistic concerns are based on a continual search of inventiveness, answers and solutions. Sculpture, furniture, architectural, FAP.
Hans Holstrom, 4249 Marlowe Dr., Sarasota 34241. 377-4804. Sculpture, mixed media, cast acrylic. The artist's colorful mixed media sculpture has been called "frozen music." Modelmaking, design, commissions.
Richard Hora ho·ra also ho·rah
A traditional round dance of Romania and Israel.
[Modern Hebrew h , 4318 Woodmans Chart, Sarasota 34235. 377-9783. Foil (tooled), painting, collage. "The work, I hope, is personal, turning up as boxes and shaped pieces encompassing satire, stylized realism or abstraction." Design, art direction, photographer of art work, AT.
Vicky Chelf Renoux Hudon, 2715 Valencia Dr., Sarasota 34239. 365-2383; fax: 953-6083. Painting, sculpture, drawing. Artist's work is figurative and usually satirical and uses bright colors. It has been called whimsically demented. Writing, ILL, scenic artist.
Betty Hudson, 6470 Mourning Dove mourning dove
Species (Zenaida macroura) of pigeon (family Columbidae), the common wild pigeon of North America. They have long, pointed tails, and the sides of the neck are violet and pink. Their name comes from their call's haunting, mournful tone. Dr., Bradenton 34210. 955-5782. Painting, mixed media (art materials). Improvisational abstract painter of large canvas works. Subjects: people, flora, landscapes.
Laszlo J. Hunyadi, 5868 Welcome Rd., Bradenton 34207. 755-1007. Ceramics, design, jewelry. Small drawings, watercolors, and tempera painting tempera painting
Painting executed with ground pigment mixed with a water-soluble material, such as egg yolk, gum, or wax. The special ground for tempera painting is a rigid wood panel coated with thin layers of gesso, a preparation usually made of plaster of Paris and glue. , ceramic mural designing, building designing, interior and furniture designing, architectural model An architectural model is a tangible representation of a structure (typically a scale model) built to communicate design ideas to clients, owners, committees, customers, and the general public. making. Design, exhibition prep, art critic, art historian, modelmaking.
Martin Isaacs, Statue Place, 4429 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota 34231. 924-8198. Sculpture, metal, mixed media. Metals and found materials are blended into sculptures and collages that are primarily whimsical. Marketing and sales.
Pamela Jablonski-LaCroix/Pamela C. Jablonski, 4458 McIntosh Park Dr., #1302, Sarasota 34232. 371-8736. Drawing, painting, mixed media. Conte' pencil drawings, oil paintings and mixed media pieces that address the lighter side of contemporary political issues. Archival storage, marketing and sales, exhibition prep and installation, AT, photographer of art work.
Cathie L. Janssen, 1221 N. Palm Ave., #301, Sarasota 34236. 954-3824. Leather, textile design, photography. The artist/designer creates, patterns and produces meticulously crafted leather jackets incorporating antique and contemporary embellishments according to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. individual requests or exhibition concepts. Costume design Costume design is the design of the appearance of the characters in a theater or cinema performance. This usually involves designing or choosing clothing, footwear, hats and head dresses for the actors to wear, but it may also include designing masks, makeup or other unusual forms, , PHO, darkroom technician.
Frank Jennings, 1018 N. Lime Ave., Sarasota 34237. 955-6121. Painting, drawing, design (general). Transparent watercolor of subject on abstract underpainting In art, an underpainting is an initial layer of paint applied to a ground, which serves as a base for subsequent layers of paint. Underpaintings are often monochromatic and help to define colour values for later painting. , resulting in designed realism. Design, commercial printing, paste up/layout, desktop publishing, ILL.
Marian L. Jennings, 1018 N. Lime Ave., Sarasota 34237. 955-6121. Painting. "The florals seem fragrant, the fruits seem edible" -- never dirty color nor distorted images. AT.
Paul Jeremias, 8472 Baybreeze Ln., Sarasota 34243. 351-4277. Photography. Large full-color photographs reveal both the mysteries of theater and the theatricality of photography. AT, PHO, commercial.
Lemoyne F. Johnson, Johnson Photography, 2010 59th St. W., #5800, Bradenton 34209. 792-2033. Photography. Nature photography, especially wildlife -- special interest in eagles. Also travel scenic programs with music soundtrack. PHO, stained glass photography.
Steven E. Katzman, 2170 B McClellan Pkwy., Sarasota 34239. 955-5043. PHO, photography instructor, photography seminars.
Linda Kauffmann, 530 Givens St., Sarasota 34242. 346-1868. Painting, design (general). Kauffmann's watercolor paintings emphasize the play of light and the movement of the medium to create alive color. AT, design.
Deborah Keller-McCartney, P.O. Box 777, Anna Maria 34216. 778-7314. Ceramics. Fine handcrafted hand·craft
Variant of handicraft.
tr.v. hand·craft·ed, hand·craft·ing, hand·crafts
To fashion or make by hand.
hand·craft pottery for the person who appreciates art that is uniquely special. Quality functional ware that is lead-free and dishwasher-safe. Paste up/layout, design.
Faith Bradburn Keller, 2573 Arapaho St., Sarasota 34231. 923-2069. Painting,
computer graphics, illustration (books). Displays a full range of artistic capabilities, from beautiful watercolor animal and botanical paintings to large murals to stunning graphics. Mural painter, desktop publishing, ILL, scenic design, exhibit design.
Peter E. Kent, 7235 Saddle Creek
Anita Elizabeth Kertzer, 582 Juan Anasco Dr., Longboat Key 34228. 383-2550. Painting, sculpture, mixed media. "I seek beyond superficial likenesses to portray an inner spirit with the creation of the portrait flowing from my heart, head and hand." AT, demos, juror juror n. any person who actually serves on a jury. Lists of potential jurors are chosen from various sources such as registered voters, automobile registration or telephone directories. .
Susan J. Klein, 1725 Mova St., Sarasota 34231. 966-3542. Painting, drawing, photography. In Klein's lush, acrylic Florida landscapes the invisible emotional response attains a strong individual, unique and fresh visual presence.
Bunny Kline, 3156 Lake Park Ln., Sarasota 34231. 922-6119. Painting, papermaking, collage. With non-objective form, and color both intense and subtle, this painter celebrates natural forces, the spirit and the source.
Karen E. Klosky, Sparrow Knights (published poem, stage name), 2001 Gulf Dr., Bradenton 34217. 778-2038. Collage, performance art, photography. Line and color are main interests. Basically a "gut painter," Klosky transmutes deep emotions onto the canvas. Exhibition prep and installation, framing/display, fabrication, art critic, publicity.
Kate Korp, 1208 N. Casey Key Rd., Osprey 34229. 966-2567. Painting, printmaking, photography. The artist's understanding of light, shadow, color, and texture combined with close observation of her subject results in images that are dramatic and abstract. AT, exhibition prep and installation, framing/display fabrication, writing, design.
Dennis Kowal, D.J. Kowal Studios, 508 S. Osprey Ave., Sarasota 34236. 366-1066. Sculpture, drawings. Kowal's monumental archetypical ar·che·type
1. An original model or type after which other similar things are patterned; a prototype: "'Frankenstein' . . . 'Dracula' . . . 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' . . . sculptures, in high-tech materials, reflect intuitive energy and light. Their human scale is sensual and classical -- affirmations of persistence in the face of life. Art consultant, PHO.
Nat Krate, 586 Lyons Ln., Longboat Key 34228. 383-4461. Painting, pastel, drawing. Contemporary realist whose large works deal primarily with the effects of psychological and social forces which impact upon the individual. ATa.
Joan Kresek, 2546 Rose St., Sarasota 34239. 951-1530. Painting, mixed media, sculpture (bas relief Noun 1. bas relief - a sculptural relief in which forms extend only slightly from the background; no figures are undercut
basso relievo, basso rilievo, low relief only). Artist creates custom atmospheres, using paint and occasionally sculptural materials, on walls, ceilings, floors, and furniture. Mural painter, ATc.
Frances Krewson, 8402 Fay Ave., North Port 34287. 1-813-426-2115. Collage, mixed media, painting, papermaking, printmaking. Krewson's expressive collages, using organic materials such as rocks, wood, metal and paper, blend smoothly into designs of pure imagination. Collage, scenic artist, PHO, AT.
Edith Kroll, 2245 Bispham Rd., Sarasota 34231. 923-8503. Sculpture, painting, photography. Her primary focus lately has been creating bas reliefs, especially excelling at portraiture and figure interpretations. Modelmaking, mural painter, PHO.
Ronell LaLonde, Art Enterprises International, 3023 Bradenton Rd., Sarasota 34234. Sculpture, mixed media, foundry. The artist creates mixed media sculptures in bronze, marble, wood, steel and acrylic as an interplay of form and materials. Foundry, modelmaking, marketing and sales.
Linda Landry, 5378 Sara Point Dr., Sarasota 34232. 378-9261. Painting, pastel portraits, drawing. A location painter of portraits and landscapes depicting the partnership between atmospheric conditions and environmental perspectives in impressionistic style, as well as historical renderings. ATc, mural painter.
Kurt Larisch, 350 Golden Gate Pt., Sarasota 34236. 951-7766. Hang-Up Gallery, 45 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota 34236. 953-5757. Painting, graphics. Paintings that symbolize concern for a society which exalts technology over the human spirit, using geometric forms, cool, vivid color, creating dramatically surreal spatial relationships. Design, PHO, sculpture.
Linda Larisch, 312 Myrtle Dr., Nokomis 34275. 488-7212. Painting, illustration, quilts/wall hangings. Artist transfers her quilt imagery onto canvas with acrylics, making patterns part of the landscape and appearing in other unexpected places. AT, scenic artist, ILL.
Suzanne K. Larsen, Suzanne Larsen Designs, 4901 Commonwealth Dr., Sarasota 34242. 349-2785. Fiber art, crafts, painting. Nationally known in the wearable art Wearable art, also known as Artwear, describes the making of individually designed pieces of usually hand-made clothing as artistic expressions. Pieces may be sold and/or exhibited and surface design field, the artist paints multi-media one-of-a-kind creations. Design, ILL, cartooning, painted-dyed textiles, AT.
Matthew Lasinski, 368 Lantana lantana (lăntā`nə): see verbena.
Any of more than 150 shrubs that make up the genus Lantana in the verbena family, native to the New World and African tropics. , Sarasota 34243. 355-4246. Painting. Realistic or dreamlike, the oil paintings are specific in their content and execution. Lyrical harbor scenes and still lifes predominate.
Marlene Lawrence, 541 Bowsprit Ln., Longboat Key 34228. 383-1315. Painting, mixed media, drawing. The artistic large-scale mixed media, expressionistic paintings can be abstract or suggest the Florida landscape, frequently on commission. FAP.
Marietta Lee, 1040 23rd St., Sarasota 34234. 955-9664. Painting, photography, ceramics. Lee makes oil paintings to communicate about relationships, feelings, values, current events and our environment. Painting, writes stories.
Francine Liftig, 5125 Sandy Beach Sandy Beach (location ) is on the South Shore of Oʻahu in Hawaiʻi. It is known for its shorebreak for bodyboarding and bodysurfing. The area is also known for its strong current and dangerous shorebreak. Ave., Sarasota 34242. 349-3289. Painting. The artist depicts her fascination with people and their actions and interactions.
Winifred C. Long, Wini Long, 2938 Park Lake Dr., Bradenton 34209. 795-0627. Painting, print-making. Long's watercolors capture the feeling of old interesting buildings, large florals, dancing seas and everyday people.
Karen Lund-Miller, 3538 Winton Ave., Sarasota 34234. 355-2591. Painting, drawing, illustration. Artist's paintings portray people, animals, architecture and nature in harmonious co-existence. Design, desktop publishing, ILL.
Larry Macek, 92 Whipporwill Ct., Ellenton 34222. 1-813-723-1983. Shell art, photography. "Sea shells -- an art work in itself but when pieced together by Larry Macek the small wonders form an even grander masterpiece." ILL, cartooning, PHO.
Don Maitz Don Maitz is an American science fiction, fantasy, and commercial artist. His most widely-known creation is the "Captain" character of the Captain Morgan brand of rum, although he is perhaps most notable for twice winning the Hugo Award for Best Professional Artist, science , 5824 Bee Ridge Rd., Suite #106, Sarasota 34233. Painting, illustration (books, magazines, etc.), drawing. Best-known for science fiction, fiction book covers and Capt. Morgan image for Seagram & Sons. Published professional artist for past 17 years, guest instructor Ringling School of Art and Design.
Merrillee Malwitz, Malwitz Studio, Carriage House, 1269 1/2 First St., Sarasota 34236. 362-8820. Multi-disciplinary, painting, sculpture, photography, drawing. Aim is to orchestrate and intregrate projects that display vibrant and meaningful concepts within a team atmosphere, utilizing an extensive and varied background. Botanical illustrator A botanical illustrator is a person who paints, sketches or otherwise illustrates botanical subjects such as trees and flowers. The job requires great artistic skill, attention to fine detail, and technical botanical knowledge. , art events coordinator.
Maxine Masterfield, 3968 Lakeside Rd., Sarasota 34232. 346-0181. Painting, mixed media. Paintings reflect the surface beauty found in nature. AT, writing.
Nancy Goodheart Matthews, 2601 Riverview Blvd. W., Bradenton 34205. 748-1690. Ceramics, mixed media, painting. Whimsical, dreamlike imagery blending bas-relief fantasy in ceramic carvings with the detail of ancient mosaic. Mural painter, art therapist.
Gene McCall, 3090 Bay Oaks Cr., Englewood 34223. Sculpture, woodworking, painting. Figurative sculpture and furniture in bronze or wood. Paintings evolving as a new physical language of the soul and mind. Antique restoration, furniture design, gold leafing.
Ron McCarty, P.O. Box 13101, Sarasota 34278. 355-1162. Painting, drawing, illustration. The artist's dense composition with sharp-focus detail results in a poetic combination of the real and the mysterious. Curatorial, ILL, grant writing/fundraising.
Jerry McClish, 1011 51st St. Ave. E., Bradenton 34203. 758-0802. Painting, film, illustration (books, magazines, etc.). Paintings are in simple loose watercolor with no tricks. Subject matter ranges from landscape, marine to Victorian houses. Mural painter, ATc, writing.
Cheryl B. McGrath, The Decorative Painting Studio, Inc., 4364 Ragfield Dr., Sarasota 34243. 351-8306. Painting, decorative painting, murals. Creates unique handpainted finishes for walls, furnishing, fabrics and accessories.
Victor S. McGuire, Animal Ink, P.O. Box 6311, Venice 34292-0911. 484-3396. Pen and ink executed or done with a pen and ink; as, a pen and ink sketch s>.
See also: Pen , watercolor, illustration. The artist immortalizes wildlife in exquisite detail with pen and ink, sometimes incorporating watercolor accents. Also builds native wood frames. Framing.
Shawn McLoughlin, 3360 Higel, Sarasota 34242. 349-5364. Painting, illustration. Working from candid and formal photographic references, artist specializes in watercolor and oil. ILL, mural painter, videography.
Monty McMullan, 109 24th St. N.W., Bradenton 34205. 747-9585. Painting, wearable art. Her paintings bring the balance and beauty of nature to the viewer. Publicity, exhibition prep and installation, mural painter.
Roger McMullan, 107 29th St. W., Bradenton 34205. 746-2273. Painting, drawing. Through his paintings he attempts to capture the vitality and intensity of his feelings about the subject. Jurying.
Sandra Melcher, 2107 41st St. W., Bradenton 34205. 747-7919. Mixed media, printmaking, computer graphics. Melcher's high-tech and etching-imaged collages are symbolic/mystical creations. The large wall sculptures are site-specific commissions. ATa, mural painter, desktop publishing, prose poetry.
Carolyn Merenda, 3767 Schwalbe Dr., Sarasota 34235. 366-2866. Illustration, painting, fashion illustration. Works in watercolor creating wash drawings in grays and blacks and also in color for newspaper or magazine reproduction. Also landscapes and florals for art exhibits. AT, fashion illustration.
John Merkel, Carlini: Master of Light, 503 Ohio Pl., Sarasota 34237. 957-0585. Kinetics, glass, plastics. The artist marries art and technology that engage dynamics of illumination and kinetics which evoke a playful emotion. Framing/display fabrication, exhibition prep and installation, scenic design, modelmaking, videography.
Eleanor Merritt, 3692 Walden Pond Walden Pond, Mass.: see Thoreau, Henry David. Dr., Sarasota 34240. 377-6627. Mixed media, drawing, painting. Merritt's images always revolve around Verb 1. revolve around - center upon; "Her entire attention centered on her children"; "Our day revolved around our work"
center, center on, concentrate on, focus on, revolve about the female form; sometimes there are hidden messages behind the obvious image; sometimes it's just the pleasure of composition with line, movement, and form. Docent tours, AT (retired).
Susan Meyer, 4539 Webber St., Sarasota 34232. 378-9407; fax 378-9407. Painting, ceramics, communications. Expressionistic still-life nude oil paintings, wheel-thrown functional stoneware and porcelain. Computer-generated graphic design, illustration/animation.
Charles W. Meyrick, 8255 Shadow Pine Way, Sarasota 34238. 925-2123. Sculpture. Primary works are portraits in clay with bronze patina finishes or may be cast in bronze Cast in Bronze is a traveling carillon, consisting of 35 cast bronze bells, played by Frank DellaPenna with fists and feet. The total weight of the instrument is 4 tons. . Other sculpture includes figures and animals in various media.
Dorothy Miller, 7475 Blaine Way, Sarasota 34231. 924-5640. Painting, mixed media, collage. Miller's colorful portraits and landscapes draw on family and community life past and present.
Jeffrey Miller Jeffrey Glenn Miller (March 28, 1950 – May 4, 1970) was a student at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio when he was shot and killed by Ohio National Guardsmen in the Kent State shootings while protesting the Vietnam War. , 3538 Winton Ave., Sarasota 34234. 355-2591. Painting, murals, printmaking. His "pure" approach to painting produces sensitive and esthetic es·thet·ic
Variant of aesthetic. works of art consisting of landscapes, architecture, and portraits. AT, scenic design, scenic artist.
Morris Mitchell, Moe Mitchell, 6417 Carmella Way, Sarasota 34243. 758-2384. Painting, printmaking, drawing. The multi-media and monoprints are personal intuitive symbology sym·bol·o·gy
1. The study or interpretation of symbols or symbolism.
2. The use of symbols.
1. the study and interpretation of symbols. Also called symbolism. endeavoring to provoke a sociological conscience in present-day social and environmental challenges. AT, FAP.
Theodore Morris, 1211 34th St., Sarasota 34234. 351-1490. Painting. Using the latest archaeological evidence, Morris is trying to bring back to life Florida's lost tribes lost tribes, 10 Israelite tribes that, according to the Bible, were transported to Assyria by Tiglathpileser III or Shalmaneser after the conquest of Israel in 722 B.C. . Paste up/layout, design.
Lyn Mugavero, Lynart, Ltd., 4318 Windemere Pl., Sarasota 34231. 925-3626 or 378-4242. Painting, crafts, design. Nature/wildlife subjects, with an occasional touch of fantasy, are the essence of artist's watercolor paintings and fabric mache figures. Design, desktop publishing, ILL.
Max Muller, 6902 Stetson St. Cir., Sarasota 34243. 351-6642. Painting, watercolor. Popular artist Max Muller brings a dynamic approach to watercolor, creating mood, excitement, and emotion in his work. Through the calculated use of color values and subject matter he handles the medium with strong, crisp lines demonstrating confidence and ability. AT, director of Sarasota Visual Art Center.
Karle Murdock, 423 E. Cornelius Cir., Sarasota 34232. 371-1556. Sculpture, painting, computer graphics/illustration. Artist's unusually broad range of work is marked by attention to esthetic quality and detailed craftsmanship. Design, ILL, cartooning, costume design, scenic artist.
Frederic Murphy, 4030 Brookside Dr., Sarasota 34231. 954-9945. Painting, drawing, printmaking. One of a select group of American artists
Ken Nadle, 7507 S. Tamiami Tr., #69, Sarasota 34231. 362-3254. Photography, video. Nadle's photographs use juxtaposition to explore the paradoxical nature of reality. Stretcher maker.
Mary B. Ostlund, 408 Jackson Dr., Sarasota 34236. 388-1657. Drawing, painting, mixed media (art materials). This artist draws and paints figure, portrait, landscape, and still life in pencil, colored pencil, pastel and oil. ATa.
Richard Oxley, Dick Oxley, 3575 Sarasota Golf Blvd., Sarasota 34240. 371-1871. Painting, collage, sculpture. Paintings are unique cut-outs of printed and painted material dealing with a "celebration of life." Horses, birds, suns, moons, and assemblages of life. ATa, FAP, mural painter.
Jo Ann Page, 1321 Mango Ave., Venice 34292. 485-6730. 1-800-697-6730. Basketry, fiber art, textile design. Creating and constructing unique, traditional and contemporary baskets that make the craft an art. Marketing and sales, AT, design.
Gary James Gary 'Harry' James (born 14 December 1960 in England) is the drummer for the hard rock band Thunder. Popular with the band's fans as much for his cheerful persona as for his powerhouse drumming, he was previously a member of 1980s group Terraplane. Parmelee, 106 Sandhurst Dr., Venice 34293. 493-1888. Papier tole tole also tôle
A lacquered or enameled metalware, usually gilded and elaborately painted.
[French tôle, sheet metal, variant of table, table, slab art. The artist creates unique three-dimensional art using a multitude of lithographs, giving it depth and making it almost lifelike.
Nike Parton par·ton
Any of the point particles believed to be a constituent of hadrons, now known as quarks. No longer in technical use.
[part(icle) + -on1.] , 840 Edgemere Ln., Sarasota 34242. 349-7419. Painting, oil pastel Oil pastel (also called wax oil crayon) is a painting and drawing medium with characteristics similar to pastels and wax crayons. Unlike "soft" or "French" pastel sticks, which are made with a gum or methyl cellulose binder, oil pastels consist of pigment mixed with a , printmaking. Strong, brilliant color, spontaneously on location. Expressing nature's beautiful oneness, that people may see and save environment. Sculpture, AT.
Mary M. Pearce, 5400 Ocean Blvd., #141, Sarasota 34242. 349-3789. Watercolor, painting. Starts with nature, to express its rhythm and color, to communicate God's beauty. Goes with the flow of transparent watercolor. Costume design, AT.
Frieda Pearle, 4906 Hidden Oaks Trail, Sarasota 34232. 371-2282. Watercolor, acrylic and pastel. Paintings in watercolor, acrylic and pastel, of the natural environment in Sarasota, landscapes, still life and portraits. Docent.
Pegi Clark Pearson, 4906 Bayshore Rd., Sarasota 34234. 351-9399. Painted furniture, printmaking, painting. Happy furniture: old pieces transformed into colorful and functional works of whimsey whim·sey
Variant of whimsy.
Noun 1. whimsey - an odd or fanciful or capricious idea; "the theatrical notion of disguise is associated with disaster in his stories"; "he had a whimsy about flying to the moon"; "whimsy and fantasy. Writing, paste up/layout.
David L. Peirick, 1216 Westway Dr., Sarasota 34236. 388-4106. Sculpture, painting. Sculpture of wood, stone, acrylic.
Sophia Pelkey, 1540 Glen Oaks Dr. E., Bldg B #233, Sarasota 34232. 364-8960. Painting, drawing, mixed media. The artist's abstract expressionist ex·pres·sion·ism
A movement in the arts during the early part of the 20th century that emphasized subjective expression of the artist's inner experiences.
ex·pres landscapes are rooted in nature and spiritually, indicated in color.
Helena Poto, 4324 Cactus Ave., Sarasota 34231. 923-6520. Painting, drawing, photography. Contemporary iconography seeking to express the spiritual life of reality, both in subjective and objective form.
Hannah Price, 1301 20th St. W., Bradenton 34205. 748-6557. Mixed media (art materials), mixed media (constructions), painting. Price's constructions combine found objects, painting, photography, and writing which focus on speciesism spe·cies·ism
Human intolerance or discrimination on the basis of species, especially as manifested by cruelty to or exploitation of animals.
spe and related socio-political concerns.
Florence Putterman, 220 Morningside Dr., Sarasota 34236. 388-1660. Painting, printmaking, sculpture. Putterman's large acrylic paintings textured with sand and shells involve complex melodramas, amusing situations and environmental concerns. ATa, career counseling.
Richard Ramsdell, 2570 Loma Linda Loma Linda may refer to:
Vicky Randall, 727 Hand Ave., Sarasota 34232. 377-5792 or 362-8889. Sculpture. Randall uses abstractions of steel, sound, light, figural fig·ur·al
Of, consisting of, or forming a pictorial composition of human or animal figures.
Adj. gestures and stacked elements in her "Clockworks" to display the integral sense of time. AT.
Leonard Rattini, 1639 Starling starling, any of a group of originally Old World birds that have become distributed worldwide. Starlings were brought to New York in 1890; since then the common starling (Sturnus vulgaris) has spread throughout North America. Dr., Sarasota 34231. 923-4066. Painting. Rattini paints in both oil and watercolor media in many subject matters. Framing/display fabrication.
Elizabeth Reed, 1766 Loma Linda St., Sarasota 34239. 365-7759. Photography, film, video. Phloridagraphs are an ongoing documentation of Reed's native state. These studies reveal her purest approach to the people, buildings and landscapes around her. Photographer of art work, PHO, Publicity.
Casey Remington, Box 580, Osprey 34229. 349-4032. Cartoonist, film cartooning, cinematography cinematography: see motion picture photography.
Art and technology of motion-picture photography. It involves the composition of a scene, lighting of the set and actors, choice of cameras, camera angle, and integration of special .
Anthony Hopkins Noun 1. Anthony Hopkins - Welsh film actor (born in 1937)
Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sir Anthony Philip Hopkins, Hopkins Rice, 2319 Roselawn Cir., Sarasota 34231-4623. 923-7976. Painting, printmaking, sculpture. Lectures, slide presentations, workshops, AT.
Cecy Richardson, 420 Poinciana poinciana (poinsēā`nə, –ă`nə), any shrub or tree of the tropical and subtropical genus Poinciana of the family Leguminosae (pulse family). Dr., Sarasota 34243. 351-7895. Mixed media (art materials), environmental design, painting. In painting, Richardson uses both natural and man-made stencils to try to evoke the mood, feeling, light, and play of life above and below the ocean surface. Docent/tours, mural painter.
Colette Rivolta, 4605 Morningside, Sarasota 34235. 378-5612. Mixed media. Realist landscapes, still life, flower watercolors.
Mary C. Robinson, 2042 Pinehurst St., Sarasota 34231. 924-0808. Painting, drawing, sculpture. In portraiture artist's challenge is to capture an individual's inner self and spirit in their outward appearance. ILL.
Gale Fulton Ross, 1805 Ivanhoe St., Sarasota 34231. 925-7483. Schaeffer/Zapson, 450 Seventh Ave., Suite 2710, New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of NY 10123. (212) 279-3467. Mixed media, painting, drawing. Using the face and the figure as metaphors, artist is developing a life's work Life's Work is a sitcom that aired from 1996 to 1997 on the American Broadcasting Company channel that starred Lisa Ann Walter as Lisa Ann Minardi Hunter, the assistant district attorney who had a husband named Kevin Hunter expressing her feelings of oppression and the history of African-Americans. Curatorial, career counseling, exhibition prep, art critic.
William R. Rossey, 642 Waterside Way, Sarasota 34242. 346-0670. Environmental design, sculpture, waterworks waterworks: see water supply. . Creates sculptured environments embodying the client's humanity in conjunction with nature, to give a personal and communitarian com·mu·ni·tar·i·an
A member or supporter of a small cooperative or a collectivist community.
com·mu source of joy. Scenic design, art critic, art historian, paste up/layout, ILL.
Dita G. Rowen row·en
n. New England
A second crop, as of hay, in a season.
[Middle English rowein, from Anglo-Norman rewain, variant of Old French regain : re-, re- + , 4500 Gulf of Mexico Dr., G306, Sarasota 34228. 383-1651. Collage, fiber art, mixed media (art materials). Relies on fabrics and other materials rather than paper to achieve more colorful three-dimensional collages with in-depth perspective. ATa.
Chalyce Ruehlen, 400 Flamingo Dr., Venice 34285. 484-9276. Grand Piano Art Gallery, 101 W. Venice Ave., Venice 34285. 484-9276. Painting, drawing, mixed media. Chalyce explores exciting color relationships to create a spiritual unity where the seen and the unseen worlds merge. ILL, art historian, acting and singing.
Claudia Ryan, 2808 60th Ave. W., Unit 1204, Bradenton 34207. 756-8805. Painting, printmaking, mixed media. Large format monotypes and paintings. Images are of airplanes and other infernal machines and objects interpreted expressionistically and symbolically. ILL.
Ann Sablosky, 988 Blvd. of the Arts, #1116, Sarasota 34236. 953-2127. Ceramist. Artist creates strong abstract sculptures concentrating on contemporary design.
Virginia Salerni, 1554 Palmwood Dr., Sarasota 34232. 371-3702. Painting, printmaking, collage. The artist creates impressions from her surroundings in ink or watercolor developed with overlays of polymer, pastels or collage.
Ellie F. Samuelson, 359 Bobby Jones Rd., Sarasota 34232. Drawing, painting. The artist's complex, meticulously accomplished portrait works are metaphors for the transitory and fragile nature of human existence and relationships. AT, art instructor at Ringling School of Art and Design.
Arthur J. Sarlin, FWS, Art Sarlin, FWS, 5034 Circle Oak Dr., Sarasota 34233. 924-2161. Painting, illustration, photo retouching. Sarlin's fine art, mostly water media, ranges from representational to fantasy, illustrations from product-technical to general and photo retouching. ILL, cartooning, photographic conservation. AT.
Betty Savenor, 4305 Highland Oaks Cir., Sarasota 34235. Painting, printmaking. Savenor captures the beauty and drama of nature and its abundant manifestations with an emotional identification beyond the pure visual. Juror, secretary of New England Watercolor Society 11 years.
Renata Sawyer, 5481 Ashton Lake Dr., Sarasota 34231. 923-5481. Nature printing, papermaking, collage. The artist applies pigment to natural objects, mostly plants, and transfers their images to paper, fabric, or other surfaces. ATa, FAP, PHO.
Ethel Scarlett, 7500 Park Pt. Dr., House 27, Englewood 34224. Painting, watercolor, mixed media. Scarlett has an interest in ceramics, having had a small studio in Scarsdale, New York “Scarsdale” redirects here. For other uses, see Scarsdale (disambiguation).
Scarsdale is both a town and village in Westchester County, New York, United States postal code 10583. It is a northern suburb of New York City. and Wilton, Connecticut Wilton is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the town population was 17,633. It is one of the most affluent communities in the United States. .
Charlotte Schultz, 12090 Malvern Ct., Largo 34644, 1-813-596-4913. Painting, drawing. Paintings which use the house as an image of itself, and an image of an intimate psychic state.
Barbara Severns, Barbara Wensel Severns, 6781 Timberland Ln., Sarasota 34241. 924-2583. Painting, drawing, printmaking, calligraphy calligraphy (kəlĭg`rəfē) [Gr.,=beautiful writing], skilled penmanship practiced as a fine art. See also inscription; paleography. European Calligraphy
In Europe two sorts of handwriting came into being very early. , illustration (books, magazines, etc.) From Severns' strong graphic renderings to her sensitive traditional portraits, she captures a "zest for living" to share with the viewer. Private instruction, juror, art programs for organizations, demonstrations, publicity.
Dorothy J. Shea, Dorothy J. Taha or Taha-Shea, 1110 S. Venice Blvd., Venice 34293. 497-2302. Printmaking, mixed media, computer graphics. Early work mostly realistic with variety of subject and media; more recently mixes media, as well as using combinations of technique, realism and abstraction. FAP, desktop publishing, ATa.
Leona Sherwood, 615 Buttonwood buttonwood: see plane tree. Dr., POB PoB - Prisoner of Bill 492, Longboat Key 34228. 383-3047. Painting, mixed media, collage. Memory and imagination explore the world around us in these diverse media, semi-abstract paintings -- each piece a creative experience. ATa, art demonstrations.
Verona Warkentin Simmons, P.O. Box 760, Sarasota 34230. 365-4975. Painting, design, drawing. Fine arts background in drawing and painting result in a creative approach to all graphic design. Design, commercial printing, paste up/layout, illustration, art direction.
Kathy Simonds, 6100 Gulf of Mexico Dr., Sarasota 34228. 383-1657. Jewelry.
Paul Singdahlsen, 1700 Alta Vista, Sarasota 34234. 951-1330. Drawing, painting, printmaking. Singdahlsen's painting, drawings and prints speak of the end of nature through a vocabulary which attempts to explore the place of the spiritual in a world where humans themselves are minor deities. Exhibition prep and installation, exhibit design/lighting, framing/display fabrication.
Leeanne Singeltary, 109 35th St. N.W., Bradenton 34205. 746-5841. Sculpture, mixed media, ceramics. Singeltary's sculpture attempts to portray the universal experiences of metamorphosis and/or moments within transformation. ATc.
Ruth Skaller, 3435 Fox Run Rd., Sarasota 34231. 923-7525. Painting. Skaller is striving for abstract realism in watercolor and acrylics.
Wayne Slabough, Photo One, 3553 Starboard Ave., North Port 34287. 1-813-426-0866. Photography. Slabough strives for elegant images and combines clean design with a technical approach to add clarity and impact to your photograph.
Peter Paul Peter Paul may refer to several people or things:
Frances Smith, 2770 Bonita Bonita (Spanish and Portuguese for "beautiful") is the name of:
Genevieve E. Smith, Ginette Smith. 361 Scott Ave., Sarasota 34243. 355-5409. Chinese brush painting. Smith is exact in her interpretation of true Chinese styles of painting landscape, flowers, etc. ATac.
Janis Smith, 5724 7th Ave. Dr. W., Bradenton 34209. 795-8804. Design, mixed media, paintings. The artist creates multimedia works and installations usually dealing with social, political and environmental issues in an offbeat off·beat
An unaccented beat in a measure.
Not conforming to an ordinary type or pattern; unconventional: offbeat humor. presentation. FAP, design, paste up/layout, PHO, scenic design.
Jessica Smith, Jesi, 2420 Janie Poe Dr., Sarasota 34234. 387-1600 (work), ext. 1616. Painting. "Her vividly colored acrylic canvases exhibit a naturalistic tropical ambiance am·bi·ance also am·bi·ence
The special atmosphere or mood created by a particular environment: "The noir ambience is dominated by low-key lighting . . . combined with a touch of surreal ambiguity."
Lori S. Smith, 1836 Laurel St., Apt 1, Sarasota 34236. 792-7635. Fabric-draping.
Matthew Samuel Smith, 922 N. Sarabay Rd #29, Osprey 34229. 966-4349. Film, performance art, sound. Smith's independent films are very original, surreal and entertaining -- stylized and visionary. He produces movies from his heart and his mind. Cinematography, makeup/special effects, videography, film critic, marketing.
Jerry Soble, 2343 Harbour Oaks, Longboat Key 34228. 383-8921. Sculpture. Sculptures range from bronze realistic mimes to polished stainless steel stainless steel: see steel.
Any of a family of alloy steels usually containing 10–30% chromium. The presence of chromium, together with low carbon content, gives remarkable resistance to corrosion and heat. to kinetic aluminum-stained glass monumental to alabaster alabaster, fine-grained, massive, translucent variety of gypsum, a hydrous calcium sulfate. It is pure white or streaked with reddish brown. Alabaster, like all other forms of gypsum, forms by the evaporation of bedded deposits that are precipitated mainly from metaphors. ATa.
Eileen Sordahl, Fresh Art, 4735 Remington Dr., Sarasota 34234. 359-0477. Glass, sculpture, drawing. Sordahl's deep carving, etching, and painting of structural and ornamental glass creates a fresh celebration of light and space.
Susanna Spann, 1729 Eighth Ave. W., Bradenton 34205. 747-8496. Painting, watercolor. Spann's vibrant watercolors depict the beauty of florals with the brilliance of crystal objects.
Wilfred Stedman, 4043 Shell Rd., Sarasota 34242. Sculpture. Stedman's bronze sculptures use the human figure as art form, relating classic figurative realism to modern interpretation. ATa, Ringling School of Art and Design and Scottsdale Artist School.
Sharon J. Stewart, 4246 Hearthstone hearth·stone
1. Stone used in the construction of a hearth.
2. Family life; the home.
3. A soft stone or composition of pipe clay and pulverized stone used for scouring and whitening hearths or doorsteps. Dr., Sarasota 34236. 966-2154. Collage, mixed media (art materials). Her dramatic three-dimensional mixed media works are a fascinating combination of color, texture, and shapes with Oriental accents.
Elsie Straight, 435 Edwards Dr., Sarasota 34243. 351-1437. Sculpture, painting, photography. Stones reveal the imagery locked inside them. Straight brings them to life, controlled by nature's own designs and colors. Writing, research, design, cataloguing, PHO.
Drew Strouble, 539 Avenida del Norte, Siesta Key 34242. 349-2562. Painting, illustration (medical/scientific), illustration. Through trompe l'oeil oil on plexiglas still life and highly realistic watercolor imagery of the domestic cat, the artist evokes a magical fascination with the mystery of the commonplace. Art direction, ATac, juror, FAP.
Mary O. Supplee, 6750 Gulf of Mexico Dr., Longboat Key 34228. 383-7860. Photography. Supplee most often takes photos of nature and animal life. She also takes black and white photos and tints them. Videography, photography.
Patricia Morrisey Sussman, 4349 Carol Ann Rd., Sarasota 34233. 371-7886. Painting, portraits. A portrait specialist, Ms. Sussman creates a striking likeness, one that is alive, projecting the special glance and gesture that define the person. Publicity.
Debbie Talamas, Talamas Art Studio, Inc., 5824 Bee Ridge Rd., Suite 140, Sarasota 34233. 378-9848. Decorative artist.
Elizabeth Edie Terrell, 800 Apalachicola Rd., Venice 34285. 484-1196. Painting. While stressing design she makes full use of her imagination and instincts.
Joseph Richard Thiel, 6538 Roxbury Dr., Sarasota 34231. 922-5701. Illustration (books, magazines, etc.), drawing. Figurative and graphic editorial illustrations in black and white and full-color on political, social, or economic subjects. AT, Ringling School, cartooning.
William H. Thompson William H. Thompson is a common name and can refer to
Lee W. Tiffany, 4945 Village Gardens Dr., Sarasota 34234. 355-6054. Art furniture, sculpture, painting. The artist creates whimsical pieces: art furniture, wire mobiles, standing sculptures, paintings, and wall pieces. Design, art direction.
Patricia Tobin, Patricia Tobin Fein. 826 41st St., Sarasota 34234. 359-9588. Painting, mixed media, artist's books. Expressive, emotional and quirky. Gallery artist/The E.C. Gallery, New York City New York City: see New York, city.
New York City
City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. . Recently relocated. AT, ILL, museum education, design.
Lois Barlett Tracy, 580 Artist Ave., Englewood 34233. 1-813-474-3365. Mixed media. Artist in residence at two colleges, head of three art departments, published two art books, juried many exhibitions. "I am blind, in my 90s and painting."
James Tschirgi, 1257 S. Portofino Dr., #303, Sarasota 34242-3130. 349-6672. Painting. Watercolors and oils which strive for mastery of colors and light effects, whether landscapes or portraits. Art therapist, program planning.
Katherine Tsonas, 7630 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota 34231. 924-0889. Batik batik (bətēk`), method of decorating fabrics practiced for centuries by the natives of Indonesia. It consists of applying a design to the surface of the cloth by using melted wax. , drawing, textile design. Tsonas' award-winning naturalistic batiks celebrate the environment while her personal batiks elucidate facets of spiritual insight and human relationships. ILL, ATac, demonstration of batik, design.
Harmony Vanover-Feldman, Box 1183, Holmes Beach 34218. 778-3892. Video, choreographer. A pioneer in the dance/video movement, she has produced many dance-related works. She performs human sculpture in parks and gardens and teaches yoga and dance. Teaches adults (yoga), teaches children (creative movement). Choreographer, archival video.
Bella Weinberg, 6553 Gulf Gate Pl., #256, Sarasota 34231. 924-8556. Painting, collage, fiber arts. "Design in Stitchery" originated as wall hangings in collages of random fabrics with embroidery accents, derived from painterly paint·er·ly
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a painter; artistic.
a. Having qualities unique to the art of painting.
b. background. Art critic, writing, curatorial.
Steve Welker, 3714 Lakewood Dr., Sarasota 34232. 377-9109. Ceramics, drawing, painting. The artist creates hand-formed clay fountains that represent realistic mini-ecosystems, for indoor and outdoor use.
Ed Wergeles, 15 Crossroads Ctr., Ste. 141, Sarasota 34239. 351-5020. Photography, illustration, communications. Composes informal editorial-type photos that "talk" rather than conventional top-of-the-piano type portraits.
Trudy Whitney, 4177 Hearthstone Dr., Sarasota 34238. 966-9345. Painting, sculpture, mixed media. Whitney's paintings emphasize imaginative, spontaneous acrylics and watercolors interpreting nature; travels to primitive cultures through contemporary expression. AT, art juror.
Joyce Wilson, 2832 Sunnyside St., Sarasota 34239. 955-9804. Photography, painting. Wilson's photographs and paintings are taken from our beautiful area -- beaches, birds, wildlife. In color-black/white and hand-colored black/white.
Harold Winer, 4430 Exeter Dr., Longboat Key 34228. 383-3984. Collage, painting. Winer's skilled figurative collages are tightly composed. His expressive beings are fragmented, tumultuous as the shifting, layered backgrounds they inhabit. ATac.
Adrianne Winer, 4941 Kestral Pkwy. N., Sarasota 34231. 922-6883. Sculpture, collage, metal. Winer's sculpture is very organic in its orientation, very tactile. She does abstracted forms -- female and couples. Her collages are colorful and fun. Outdoor metal sculpture. Photographer of art work.
Julie Wulf, 3235 Pine Valley Dr., Sarasota 34239. 924-8963. Fiber art, painting. Color has always been the most important element for Wulf in her art work and in life. Her batiks and watercolors are colorful reflections of the world around her. ATa.
Janny Wurts, 5824 Bee Ridge Rd., Suite #106, Sarasota 34233. Painting, illustration (books, magazines, etc.), author. Fantasy and science fiction illustrator/author of 10 novels. ILL.
Marilyn Davis Zacharias, 2241 Proctor Rd., Sarasota 34231. 924-5265. Painting, illustration (books, magazines, etc.), pastel painting. This versatile artist works in realistic flora in oil illustrations, portraits and landscapes in pastel (instructor), and illustrations and cartoon in acrylic. ATa, ILL, writing, publicity, marketing and sales.
Constance Zanger, 6017 Marella Dr., Sarasota 34243. 351-5689. Painting. The artist's love of nature is expressed through figurative, floral and landscape paintings in acrylic, watercolor and pastel media.
Ruth Zuckerman, 601 Longboat Club Rd., #S-402, Longboat Key 34228. 383-2732; (404-266-2545). Sculpture, foundry, photography. By gesture, line and rhythm she weds eternal statements on the human condition with eternal materials. Foundry, ATa, PHO.