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Dog with Short Tail Acrylic 16”x20”


ANITA NELSON


Anita Nelson has a B.F.A. from the Cleveland Institute of Art and Masters of Art Education from Case Western Reserve University Nelson’s work is involved with whimsical images and the creation of her childhood memories. Her philosophy involves wanting the viewer to create their own story about what they see. The art should be used as a “visual bookmark” for remembering not where one has stopped but where one continues or the place in the visual story you revisit.


Anita Nelson is currently represented by Wally Workman Gallery in Austin and Archway gallery in Houston, Texas


Theodore was Aloof but Still Loved Acrylic 12”x 12”


Mona Was the Bird Keeper Acrylic 12”x12”


JASON MAY


Jason May is a self-taught oil painter; living and working in Austin, Texas.


His work can be seen at Austin Art Garage.


jasonmayoil.com Red, oil on canvas


JAN KNOX


Jan Knox paints her love of nature from the perspective of her training as a Geologist and is influenced by her travels. She works in mixed water-based media on both paper and canvas. Nature in all its brilliant colors and textures are the subjects of her paintings. She has been a professional artist for over thirty years and is based in Austin, Texas.


She was selected as a finalist in both 2010 and 2011, in the statewide juried competition for the Hunting Art Prize. Her painting, “The Steppes of Mongolia,” was one of only 110 selected for the final jurying panel from a pool of over 1600 entries.


www.artbyjanknox.com Jan Knox, Colors of the Forest 64 | OriginMagazine.com


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