Category Archives: Artist Bios

Tangled Together 2

“Tangled Together 2 is filled with projects that explore new paths for paints and pens.  Repetitive patterns are fun and a great addition to our painted projects.  The book has a great mix of projects using both Laurie’s and Golda’s creative styles of using lines and patterns in their projects.  People are buzzing about how…

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Mom’s Diner from Debbie Cotton

This Vintage Style Sign Board is not only decorative but useful!  The background is painted using Americana’s Chalk Board Paint! Leave a note for you family, let them know what “Mom’s Diner” is preparing for dinner!  Have fun creating the Strawberry Milk Shake & Hamburger using texture and sparkles! You can even personalize this for…

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A note from artist, Kerry Trout

I love florals and sweet little cottages and will paint them at every opportunity. But for this project — since it was on an artist’s palette — I wanted the art to some how relate. That’s when I decided to put the puddles of paint around the art and sweep it into the painting. It’s…

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From popular artist, Sandra Malone

I’m excited to introduce you to my newest book “All Buttoned Up”.  The inspiration for it came from many hours of going through quilt shops with my Daughter that’s an avid quilter.  I thought it would be fun to add a few accessories to the painter/seamstress for their own quilting.  I’ve grown to love the…

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A little something from Christy Hartman

Garden gnomes are outdoor creatures which inhabit and care for some of the most fantastic gardens in the world.  Rumor has it that they live underground when they are not caring for the gardens of the rich and famous.   Do you ever wish that you had that good garden juju in your garden?  You are…

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A post from Tracy Meola

When  I was given the opportunity to paint a resin angel for the Artists Club, with a spring theme, I did a little research to find out what colors would be trending for 2015.   A report from the leading color experts, revealed; Strawberry Ice, Custard, Classic Blue, Aquamarine & Glacier Gray (along with a few…

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Life’s a Hoot

A little something from Sharon Cook about her latest project for the Artist’s Club: “Life’s a Hoot!” owl has arrived just in time for your springtime painting table!  This fabulous fowl is a delightful surface to paint on and is made from resin, which requires no prep.  This owl was created with interesting textures and…

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Here’s Linda Lover

“Happy are the painters, for they shall not be lonely, light and colour, peace and hope, will keep them company to the end of the day”….Sir Winston Churchill.Painting has the capacity to bring joy not only to the painter but to the viewer as well.  The beautiful and appreciated works of art that move us…

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Meet Shara Reiner

I have been painting 35 years. When I took my first class it was all consuming for me. It still is today.  There is no better therapy than to paint the hours away and not think about another thing.I worked in a craft store in Poway, California, I taught needlepoint and filled in for what…

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Meet Shirley Koenig

SHIRLEY KOENIG ARTIST AND AUTHOR OF COUNTRY’S EDGE BOOKS I am a native Texan, born in Austin, Texas. Now I live in Livingston, Texas – about eighty miles north of Houston. The area is called the Big Thicket because of all the pines, hardwood trees, streams and lakes. It is a natural habitat for many…

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