Introducing Artist No. 64 – Maude Anne May

I think what I love most about Maude May is how many different mediums she uses to create her art, and yet is able to bring it together into a cohesive, recognizable whole. She mixes photography, stitching, painting, fabric, wax, and more photography together in her creations so you feel you must touch a piece […]

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Introducing Artist No. 91 – Amanda Triplett

Amanda Triplett was always intuitively creative growing up. “I learned needle craft from my mother and I grew up doing a lot of theater and dance. I was notorious for making creative messes and spending my math class doodling in my notebook. When I got to college, I took my first real art class and […]

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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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