Micheline Meszaros is a landscape painter. Micheline has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Calgary.
Painted clay figure on wooden bowl.
After 40 years working for others, in both Television Broadcasting and then Interior Design and Residential Construction, Anne is thrilled to return to her first love- Fine Arts. Her Expressionistic work has gravitated to watercolour and mixed media- for now. The subject will always be there, whether it’s in landscapes or figurative pieces.
Internationally acclaimed artist, Jens Diercks uses
Recycled materials for his Deconstructions, Sculptural works.
Lisa is a visual artist versatile in many mediums from oil to watercolour. She is inspired by the beauty of the land and sea. Lisa earned a Fine Arts Honours Degree at the University of Guelph and a Teaching Degree at UBC. She has also studied at Emily Carr University and Ottawa School of Art. Lisa currently provides private instruction.
Wood and water, sea and surf: these are the mainstays of my work. I paint on wood, some reclaimed from junk piles, some are exhibition wood panels, but all are chosen for the beauty of the grain. My painting begins with the wood itself, sanded and varnished, then the image is chosen depending on the grain. Wood stains and urethane are my mediums, and oil paint is added if needed for extra effect. I live on the water... and boats have always played a large part in my life. My work is the accumulation of these passions.
Drawing and painting were pass times I seriously enjoyed as a child. After graduating from high school, I spent a year at the art college in Calgary. The reality of making a living interrupted my studies and over the years I was involved in jobs unrelated to art. Eventually my partner and I owned a prepress company, supplying designers, ad agencies, publishers and printers.
My favourite subjects are people and animals. Living on Bowen has given me a lot of reference, and I love its scenic beauty. I learn with every painting, and at every opportunity. firstname.lastname@example.org
Moving to Bowen has been pivotal for Julie. Inspired by the natural environs, and now having time in her life to give way to her creative spirit, Julie Rogers has fallen in love with the world of Silversmithing. Sea glass, uncut stones, and the deep luscious textures found in her work reflect the majestic seascapes and magical forests found on Bowen. Julie Rogers’ sterling silver braceletsthat people love to wear - Evenstar Creations.
Once in a Blue Moon. Handmade ponchos, wraps, hats and afghans.
"Dancing Stitches" Knit ware
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