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Artist Spotlight: Jennifer Smith Rogers July 01 2013

     "I am fascinated with the fleeting light at day’s end because its drama and color changes so quickly,” says Jennifer Smith Rogers.  “It is the most dramatic time of day because you get the highest contrast between light and dark.  I am also intrigued by nighttime. Trying to capture the natural light of the moon, the artificial lights of the storefronts, lanterns and streetlights is both challenging and enthralling.”...

Artist Spotlight: Nancy Hoerter June 21 2013

     Born in Amityville, New York, Nancy Hoerter grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Auburn University. Thereafter, she spent several years working as an award-winning designer and art director. Nancy has studied with several nationally-acclaimed impressionists, including Ted Goerschner, Kim English and Ovanes Berberian. She continues to develop and enhance her art through regular classes with Elizabeth Bronson, ASMA (McClellanville, SC), painting trips...

Artist Spotlight: Mark Kelvin Horton June 05 2013

   "I am particularly fascinated with the effects of light and weather upon the landscape." Mark Kelvin Horton paints beyond a literal interpretation of a scene to portray nature in a way that reflects his own ideas and sensibilities while capturing the spirit, color and changing light of a place. Born and raised in rural North Carolina, Mark Kelvin Horton graduated from East Carolina University School of Art in 1983 and moved...
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