Vicki Blum

Vicki Blum

Vicki Blum strives to portray the spirit and personality of each sitter, focusing on the individuality of each person. Vicki paints in a classical realist style, with a hint of impressionism in her still life work. She is able to work from photos and from life.

Brian Davis

Brian Davis

Greatly influenced by the Dutch Masters, along with the artists of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco, Brian Davis is inspired by images of highly stylized renditions of birds and flowers and their intensity of color achieved by many, many layers of paint.

Gail Taylor

Gail Taylor

Gail Taylor grew up in New England. Though not far from Boston, she lived outside the city in a wooded area where she developed a lifelong love of nature, which has always been at the base of her artistic work.

Huallpa

Huallpa

As a very young artist, at 25 years old, Huallpa was doing so well that he reversed the normal trend, at least in South America, which is from being an artist to being an art teacher. He graduated from the School of Arts as an Art Professor and had the chance to practice for a lapse of time at the well known school Maria Parado de Bellido.

Patricia Laspino

Patricia Laspino

The art of Patricia Laspino exudes a serene beauty that transcends style or period. She forges a synergistic relationship between art, popular culture, and scientific illustration. Nature has been a primary inspiration in Pat’s life as well as the focus of her art. She interprets a familiar floral subject, like orchids, but offers a fresh perspective through her oil paintings. Because she considers herself “an artist/scientist”, her work exhibits a strong fidelity to nature.

Frank McVeigh

Frank McVeigh

Frank McVeigh was born and raised in Lynchburg, Virginia. His earliest memories of art were drawing realistic depictions of airplanes, trucks and trains on poster board. The powerful and sleek mechanized lines of these machines caught his eye and prompted him to document them. This seemed to come naturally and required little effort on his part. His only formal art instruction came in high school – in the form of an “introduction to art” class.