Rick Biehl’s wall sculptures below are created from wood, various mediums and are polychromed with acrylic. The basic plate shapes are all wood, and the desserts are combos of materials. Others are of wood and wood by-products, some resin-types, PVC and fiberglass.
Still-life and portrait artist Nicole Caulfield’s work is shown regularly in New England galleries and has been shown nationally and internationally in shows such as the Catharine Lorillard Show and Salmagundi Show in NYC, the Guild of Realism Show in Scottsdale Arizona, and the UKCPS Show in Nottingham England where she won first prize in 2007. Nicole teaches her unique colored pencil techniques nationally and locally in NH.
Art has always been a part of my life. I have been fortunate to have the opportunity to combine a professional career as a graphic designer with an avocation and passion for the fine arts.
With his extraordinary eye for detail, sense of exquisite style and love of storytelling, fine artist Rino Gonzalez has amassed a great following. Many around the world admire the artist’s skill for creating such striking realism. “I try to put my subjects on canvas as realistically and as detailed as possible. However, I make sure I leave something for the viewer’s imagination,” the artist states.
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.
Eve Plumb, actress and artist, has been working in television, movies, and stage since the age of six, and has been painting steadily for the last 20 years.
Self taught, Eve Plumb has been focusing on still life for her subject matter, painting objects or moments from her everyday life and travels.
“Painting is a creative outlet for me when I’m not acting. It gives me a feeling of control over my creative life. An actor often has to wait for projects to come along, but I can paint any time of the day. I sometimes describe my art as ‘spontaneous still life’.