was always drawing when I was a child.
What you know and how well you know it are important, but greatness (the positive influence and good to humanity) is revealed in what you do with what you know.
Predominantly self- taught, Joni has been creating art for more than 30 years.
Using the Impressionist’s color theory to achieve the rich vibrancy of nature, I paint what I see around me.
Susan first started painting with oils in 1974 at Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell.
Communication abounds in the human environment – letters combine into messages to create meaning, and through shape, color, material, and placement contribute to the visual complexity of our worlds.
I’d like to think of my style as eclectic, as I enjoy trying new techniques and media.
Photography has continued to be source of great enjoyment, but in 1992 I came across a stained glass workshop. For many years I had admired the patterns and colors of stained glass panels but discovered that this labor-intensive art form made it expensive to collect.