DEDICATED TO PRESERVING A HISTORICAL LANDMARK DESIGNED BY RENOWNED ARCHITECT, JULIA MORGAN
The 60th Annual Fine Arts Awards recognizes excellence in Visual Arts.
Coming in February!
“I am driven to create, so I escape to my studio to savor the fragrance of wax and the texture and rich colors possible with encaustic.
My paintings and sculptures evolve. I build up layers, then scrape them away. Then I add more wax. I experiment and redo until my art reveals my story. I work with encaustic because I am drawn to the glossy surface and its unpredictable nature. I sculpt and paint with a spirit of exploration that I hope the viewer can feel."
Flo's art has appeared in numerous exhibits, on magazine covers, and has been adapted for needlepoint.
A native New Yorker, Patti has a BA from American University and an MA from Johns Hopkins University. She pursued her artistic studies at the Atlanta College of Art.
Patti’s work has been shown in prestigious exhibits around the country including: Noho Gallery LA, The Salmagundi Art Club, NYC, Monterey Museum of Art, The Alexandria Museum of Art, Belskie Museum of Art, and Red Dot Fine Art Gallery, Santa Fe.
Her first solo museum exhibit was spring 2018 at The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art.
She has been juried into the National Association of Women Artists and Women Painters West. She was a signature member of the International Society of Acrylic Painters.
Beauty and function blend together under the hands of this gifted artist. As an artist, no two pieces are alike - just like the plants, animals and people! Clay has been Richard Rowe's livelihood and passion for the last 40 years. His studio is on the Central Coast of California which gives much inspiration to his art.
Richard received his BA degree in Art and History in 1976. He resides in Morro Bay, where you will also find his studio, Rowe Clayworks.
FINALISTS PERFORMANCE VIDEOS
AWARDS CEREMONY VIDEOAvailable 2/21/2021
General questions about the Fine Arts Awards can be directed to the chair,Jennifer Wand.