Introducing Artist No. 31 – Anji Grainger

Anji Grainger is currently working on a body of work exploring the world of raindrops. The series is called Pacific Northwest Raindrops. “If we look closely, there are many wonders to see inside a raindrop – its own little world so to speak – but actually it is  refraction of what is around us.  In […]

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Introducing Artist No. 11 – Rick Wheeler

Rick Wheeler has been a working artist for most of his adult life. “My art career includes working as a ‘commercial’ artist, doing illustrations for clients around the country, as well as being an art instructor to several art organizations and private students for about the last 20 years. This is balanced with my studio […]

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Introducing Artist No. 73 Samyak Yamauchi

Samyak Yamauchi is one of the most interesting artists I’ve ever met, or maybe it’s just because I’ve gotten to know her personally.  Read her blog at https://www.samyakyamauchiart.com/blog and you will have the privilege of seeing directly into her psyche, and learn just what she is thinking and visualizing at any given moment.  And you […]

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Introducing Artist No. 12, Winifred Martinson

Winifred Martinson is also new to the tour this year.  She describes herself as “California born and bred”.  Unbelievably she only began learning the techniques of making art as an adult.  “I paint realistically what I think is beautiful in nature, in an atmospheric and ethereal style.  In the 1980s I learned from workshops with […]

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Introducing Lulu Moonwood-Murakami, Artist No. 100

This is Lulu’s first year on the tour, and we’re really glad she’s here. Here’s a little bit about her in her own words. “Since childhood I have always had romantic notions about being an artist, and used to squirrel myself away in a small room upstairs in our home writing and illustrating stories. I […]

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