Kelsi Adams is an artist, designer, wife and mother, and uses her experiences in photography and design to create a unique aesthetic of storytelling through her artwork.
Marianne Arroyo is an artist living and working in Northwest, Florida. She is inspired by her love of travel and by her many visits to museums and galleries wherever she goes.
Tonyia Barnes is a mixed media artist from Pensacola. She holds a Bachelor of Design from the University of Florida, College of Architecture, and has studied art in Italy as well as here in Pensacola. Her art has been exhibited multiple times in Artel Gallery. Primarily the focus of her work is drawn from images…
Suzette Brooks is a glass artist who has been studying and experimenting with warm glass for over 18 years.
Tammy Caspersen considers herself a whimsical potter making functional pieces, Raku, woodfired pottery, and sculpture work.
As a photographer, I cannot limit myself to just one genre. I see beauty in everything I look on and everywhere I look.
The strongest themes running through my life & current works are transformation & living life fully in spite of our fears — expecting & creating joy.
Paul works predominantly in Copper Foil Stained Glass (Tiffany Style), but also has done many pieces using the Lead Came and Brass Capped Lead Came process.
Photography allows me to express my love for creation and simplicity. This expression can be seen through a sunset, a bird in flight or a storm at the beach.
Born and raised in Pensacola, I developed an appreciation for marine life and the beauty of the water that surrounds us in this community. Many of my jewelry pieces seek to recreate this beauty in terms of color and form.
Growing up in midwestern Minnesota in the ’50s and ’60s, I don’t remember a time I didn’t draw. I was fascinated by the characters in the “funny papers” and once painted Little Iodine on a wall in our basement. An art teacher in high school inspired me, and my interest in art took off from…
Morris’ primary criteria for a painting are that the subject or concept be interpreted visually as interesting and entertaining and has an emotional connection with the viewer.
I have been interested in art in one form or another since I was a young girl. Some of my artistic expressions have been stained glass, designing/fabric lingerie, window dresser, tablescapes, interior decorating and poetry.
Artist introduction: My photographic images allow me to preserve special moments that reflect how it was and may never be seen again. As a photographer, I have chosen “capturing the moment” rather than “creating the moment “as my mission. With all the new editing techniques and software available to photographers today, I strive to maintain…
Known as a somewhat earthy and naturalist person, I love creating art from objects destined for the dumpster. After working many years with stained glass and machine-made glass with controlled compatibility for fusing, I decided to venture into the road somewhat less traveled – that of recycled glass. For me, that is bottles, bottles, and…
The term “artistic style,” is highly individual. Jane George’s art engages the beauty and mystery of the natural world. “I am an observer and interpreter of nature who transfers my vision to canvas, paper and other mediums.” I know that reality has many dimensions. My prints and paintings can be realistic yet fanciful, playful yet…
I use vibrant colors, lighting and varying textures found in my surroundings and incorporate these elements into my work-focusing on details.
Melody Hamilton is a Florida-based artist who specializes in oil and acrylic paintings and has lived on the Gulf Coast for over 20 years.
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Since the mid-1970s, I have been a photographer, filmmaker, and all-around creative person traveling the world on assignments for companies such as General Electric, Lockheed Martin, and General Dynamics.
She predominantly works with sterling silver, fine silver (.999) and copper. She has participated for many years with Metal Works Guild in the Greater Gulf Coast Art Festival Heritage Arts and received an Award of Excellence in 2016.
Bill Koenig has been a professional photographer for over forty years.
My interest in woodworking began when I was in college and I bought a table saw to make furniture. Over time I gravitated toward making smaller things and boxes became my favorite genre. I don’t use stains or added coloring of any kind. No nails or screws are in my work, just wood and tight…
Inspiration and fascination with the environment around us is apparent in the intimate naturescapes that Jan creates.
He is a simple potter who makes functional and artistic clay pieces for his own enjoyment and the enjoyment of others.
The technical knowledge and skills coupled with a strong appreciation for art and design is reflected in Gordon’s ordinal leaded glass productions and photography.
Janet moved to the Pensacola area in December 2001. She and her husband chose Florida as their retirement Home. Janet lived in many new places both in the United States and abroad including Japan, Belgium, Switzerland, and Spain. Each new tour brought opportunities to study art with a focus on people, portraits, and the study…
Dick has been turning traditional and segmented wood bowls for thirty-five years at his Gulf Breeze studio.
Staci Miron paints whimsical and experimental art of faces, spaces, and places.
His work ventures into a variety of media: fabric and textile paintings, automotive/motorcycle custom artwork, acrylics, airbrushed surfboards, etc.
As an artist, I am drawn to the sparkle and twinkle of glass!
I consider myself to be a fine art jewelry artist.
As an English major in college, I stayed up late at night reading Shakespeare. In 1973, though, I switched to art: I got on the pottery wheel, and I basically stayed there. I studied at several colleges, and eventually earned a BFA (magna cum laude) in Fine Arts from Troy University in Alabama. In addition…
One of only a handful of artists working in this medium, his art is recognizable by the precision cuts and spacing of tiles in his wall hangings, mirrors, clocks and tables.
To get the best photographs, it is not about luck or the equipment that I use, but rather, it is about being passionate about what I am shooting and being in the moment.
Susie’s use of vibrant color and light in her art communicates not only the subject itself, but conveys a feeling or sense of season.
Dale Silver enjoys creating in a variety of media, ranging from watercolor and pastel, to pen and ink.
Vivian Spencer is a native of Pensacola and regionally known as an artist, curator, lecturer, and photography instructor. She holds an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, where she was a Graduate Art Fellow. Spencer has exhibited her photographs extensively and her work is represented in many public and private collections,…
Chip Spirson works in many media including oil paint, tempera, acrylics and inks, sculpture including upcycled and found objects.
Delia Stone is one of Pensacola, Florida’s top jewelry artists.
Is it a Photo or a Watercolor?
My love of drawing and painting began in the first grade.
I have been interested in art since a child and have been drawing and painting since I was very young.
Over the years, Regina gained experience with a variety of art media, including watercolors, pastels, charcoal, acrylic and oil paints.
No matter where he is, Jeffery still carries a camera and photographs the people around him and the places he visits.
My only goal, when I paint, is to create something new from the heart and enjoy the moment.
Uniquely capturing ordinary and not so ordinary elements and locations is the essence of my photography.
Linda TynanArtist’s Bio .Linda Tynan is an artist who has been painting since she was six years old. Linda grew up in Scottsboro, Alabama where she spent many days horseback riding through corn fields, hiking in the foothills of the Appalachians, and swimming in the lakes in the summertime. She studied art in high school…
I’ve blended my background in graphic design with my love for natural things and newly discovered creative outlet to design pendants, earrings, and other jewelry that I hope gives you as much joy to look at and wear as it does me to make.
In 2005, I became acquainted with the wonderful world of icons and was hooked.
I work exclusively in Sterling Silver and Karat Gold and strive to showcase whatever stone I’m using.
A Kentucky native, Brenda Wood’s fascination with gourds began in 1998 after her husband, Wes, grew gourds in their Alabama garden.
I tried other ways to earn a living but always came back to art. I’m mainly self-taught, and learned to airbrush, paint murals and make furniture. My newest creative outlet is pottery.
Elaine Woodward enjoys working in several media including watercolor, pastels, oils, pencil, and pen and ink. Her favorite subjects include animals, flowers, beach scenes, and people.