Artmuse has teamed up with our friends at Hiatus Spa + Retreat to offer this very special edition of Jan Heaton’s beautiful watercolor art. 100% of proceeds from Jan’s La Senda will help raise funds for Earth Month 2013 specifically to benefit Gulf Restoration Network and Lower Mississippi River Keeper. This is a rare opportunity for art collectors to purchase a Jan Heaton print. And, your purchase of this Earth Month 2013 print will help raise critical funding for these important organizations that serve the communities in which we live. If you are not already familiar with Jan’s art, you . . .
Artmuse welcomes artist Michelle Lohr. Originally from Israel and painting since the age of 3, Michelle is a now a full time artist living in Austin, Texas. She attended Haifa University majoring in painting, sculpture and drawing. After years of not painting regularly, she recently taught herself art and slowly got back into it through painting every day. Although her art education was attained 23 years ago, her ability to get back in to her daily art practice confirms that art has always been an innate part of her life. Recently, Michelle has been painting a variety of subject matters . . .
Artmuse welcomes artist, Cheryl Finfrock. Always knowing she was an artist, she expresses her sense of the world through her art. Cheryl’s work is influenced by a rich list of bold artists such as Dubuffet and Miró. Her art begins with observations of the world around her and discovers stories to be shared using her visual language. She has exhibited in New York, San Francisco, Austin, Houston, Berlin, Paris, Sofia, and Cophenhagen. Cheryl, a native Texan, returned to Austin in 2006 as a San Franciscan transplant. In addition to working as an artist, she teaches career development to artists. Her . . .
Artmuse welcomes artist, Andrea Pramuk. Born in the city of Baton Rouge in the great state of Louisiana, Andrea had the good fortune to be surrounded by creative family members. She attended the Kansas City Art Institute where she earned her BFA and later earned her MFA at the University of Texas at Austin. Her delicate work, inspired by personally pivotal events, is translucent, fluid, and in some instances seems to emit light. She has traditionally worked in a smaller scale but is embarking on making larger pieces after her recent show at E.A.S.T. Fortified with her fave food of chips . . .