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LACEY RICHTER


“…My work is about expression of internal energies, thoughts, and emotions. Creation for me is intuitive and organic. I gravitate towards a variety of media including paint, charcoal, pastel, fabric, and occasional found objects. Nature, rhythms, texture, and color influence my work, as well as relationships and how we connect to things visually, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.”


See more of Lacey’s work at Austin City Hall. www.artpost.com


HELENE GROSS


Passion, bliss, movement, explosive, are some of the words describing Helene V Gross and her art. Her art transcends through her Spirit onto the canvas. You realize her intensity and depth and even her playfulness when seeing her work. She is an “Artist of Spirit,” meaning whatever comes onto the canvas goes through her Spirit. Her latest work represents our Transcendence into a higher vibration, into Ascension.


www.HeleneVGross.com Connected and Detached, 20” x 36” (Diptych) GINA MARIE DUNN


Originally from Brooklyn, NY, Gina Marie Dunn has lived in Dallas much of her life. In this hectic, over-stimulating, information–oriented modern world, Dunn’s paintings seek a balanced simplicity: a reminder to stay in a state of equipoise despite external circumstances. A mother of three and an art teacher to many, her paintings fuse the emotion evoked by color, organic beauty found in nature, and the energy of creating from a place of freedom.


Gina Marie Dunn’s art has been shown in galleries throughout the Southwest, and is on display in commercial and private collections locally and internationally. She welcomes commissions.


Utopia Pkwy Art Studio utopiapkwyarts.blogspot.com


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