She Rides a White Horse

Posted on May 18, 2017 in blog

Mark Yale Harris creates unique and unconventional works that display his artistic creativity. When asked about what inspires him, he gave great insight into his process. “My art conveys my nonverbal view of life. An on going portrayal of myself, my behavior, adventure, exploration, risk taking, and non-acceptance of convention and the status quo. Constantly […]

Beautiful Weather Means Enjoying Art Inside and Out

Posted on Feb 24, 2017 in blog

It’s been a rainy week filled with gray clouds and constant drizzling. Here’s a photo of the gardens on Tuesday. It looks like something Miguel Peidro would paint! Miguel Peidro, “Dia Gris en el bosque Pelono – Picos de Europa (Grey Day in the Pelono Forest- Peaks of Europe)” 26″ x 32″ Oil on Canvas […]

Home Grown Inpiration

Posted on Feb 7, 2017 in blog

“My inspiration came from the landscapes of coastal Alabama, which continue to inform my work,” says painter Brad Robertson. Brad Robertson occasionally paints as small as an 8-by-10-inch canvas. But he is far more likely to be applying his water-based acrylic paints to custom-built canvases as large as 4 feet wide by 8 feet tall. […]