“My work combines untamed energy of the open sea and disturbing familiarity of alien entities." Allois
Allois is German-born American painter. Her style displays the influence of a variety of painters, from Francis Bacon to Old Masters like William Turner, Francisco de Goya, Velasquez and Rubens and, yet her works also present a distinctly surreal viewpoint. She is best known for the striking and bizarre images of Aliens in her surrealist work. She illustrated collectable edition of the stories by Edgar Allan Poe and Ray Bradbury "THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER/USHER II," published by Gauntlet Press in 2010.
Lance Anderson's art is strongly influenced by his work in the film industry as a special effects make-up artist. He draws his inspiration from a combination of childhood memories, classic black and white films of the thirties and forties and his observations on the many movie sets he has worked on.
Ms. Carr's work reflects her reverence for growing things and the magic of natural phenomena. Her abstract paintings boldly depict nature at her wildest and most exciting -- a feast of color.
Lanna Duncan is an artist who enjoys her life in both west Texas and southern California. Her oil and pastel painting is inspired by God's gift of beauty in both of these places.
Malibu artist Barbara Freund paints the beautiful outdoors and activities enjoyed by so many. She is particularly drawn to subjects that encourage connections with outdoor activities and fosters appreciation for the preservation of open spaces and public land. Freund donates a portion of the sales proceeds to land preservation groups via the Allied Artists as well as wildlife and domestic animal rescue groups.
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Inger was born in Lund, Sweden. She got her Master's degree in Archaeology, Russian and English Languages and Literature from the University of Gothenburg. In 1961 she married Peter Hodgson and moved to New Haven, Connecticut. In 1966 the Hodgson family moved to Venice, California, where Inger took her first portrait course with Vicki Dolnick. In 1975-76 the family took a sabbatical and Inger studied at TBV-konstskola in Helsingborg, and at L'academie de la Grande Chaumière, Paris.
Russ Hunziker’s grew up exploring the California landscape from the mojave desert to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and throughout the Santa Monica Mountains and Channel Islands. His landscape paintings evoke the close relationship he has with nature.
Water is her calling and an oil brush is never far from her reach. Wanting to touch the creatures and seaweed washed up in her canvas, transports you to the ocean’s paths. The creative process begins with collecting materials from her long walks on the beaches. She artfully places them together so that the onlooker has a visual story that is pleasing to the eye and evokes the essence of sea life and nature.
Lori Mills is an award winning oil painter whose work oscillates between the representational and the abstract. She is inspired by the emotion, brush stroke and bold color of Vincent Van Gogh. Her paintings explore concepts of re-birth, renewal, nature, and the female form. Some pieces appear raw and stripped bare, while others evoke a concrete visual field, using strong line, form and composition.
Lori Mills received her Fine Arts degree from the San Francisco Art Institute. In addition Lori has a Bachelor's degree from UCLA and an MBA from the University of San Diego.
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Any person familiar with the work of portrait painter Johanna Spinks will tell you this British-born artist is as much a storyteller as she is a classically trained portrait artist. Whether she is bringing the vibrancy of a local community to life through her Face of Ventura and Face of Malibu portrait projects or rendering a model in an imagined Parisian interior, Johanna’s whimsical and romantic style is the signature attribute of her award-winning work.
Gay Summer Rick paints iconic urban coastal landscapes, from Los Angeles to New York City, rendered with a keen sense of place and a flair for abstraction. Sparsely populated though replete with objects and evidence of the built environment, her poetic, palimpsestic aesthetic yields scenes that are at once dreamlike and familiar, painterly, evocative, and emotionally resonant. Revealing an unexpected beauty in commonplace elements within the urban landscape, her unique style is a melding of impressionism and color-field painting describing the quiet vibration of life where the city meets the sea.
Former first architect in Malibu since 1958 doing over 90 houses and 50 remodels for 54 years, now retired, writing books and doing personal art. I’ve shown digital photo artwork of reflection and abstract subjects in over 100 shows winning more than 20 awards in the Ojai, Ventura, Thousand Oaks, Malibu, and Santa Monica areas.
Dr. Bruce Sanders is a neo-expressionist/symbolist, and abstract painter. Bruce’s work blurs the lines of representational and abstract art. It delves into a space between the real world and a mystical-magical realm. Bruce employs kinetic forms, dynamic colors, and primal emotions into all of his art.
Vicky’s work reflects her love of color, nature, the universe, beauty, spirituality and healing. Diversified and accomplished, Vicky loves to stretch, explore and experiment with many different styles, mediums and modalities. Vicky began with drawing, then oil, transitioned easily to watercolor, acrylic and now mostly mixed media.
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Nada was born in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia where she graduated from the Academy of Art. She moved to Belgrade and enrolled into the Academy of Art, but in 1958 moved to the United States before finishing her advanced degree. She finished her studies in Los Angeles and then continued to gain her Doctorate degree in Art History at the University of Los Angeles.
My work is personal and comes from my heart. It concerns my life and emotions good or bad, pain or joy. If my art takes the viewer to another place and makes them think about or imagine the story, one that they can enjoy and relate to, I have succeeded.