Sneak Peak!

Over 40 locally and nationally recognized artist will be showcased at the Pigture Perfect event on October 22nd.

Here is a sneak peak at a few of the pieces!

Gannon Weeks
Gannon typically paints large-scale figurative pieces in a loose style with a refreshingly raw quality to them. She specializes in gesture portraits that capture the essence of her subjects in a fluid but stylized manner. In Pre-date Ritual, the powerful use of line and shape complements the feminine subject matter and brings a sense of strength to the woman in the painting. Pre-date Ritual is a 36″ x 48″ charcoal and acrylic on canvas.

Leo Lam
The photographs from Bhutan were the results from a trip in 2008. The series was a beautiful documentary of this isolated country in the Himalayas, full of colors and happiness. While the focus was always on the people, it also showed a way of life that is so different from the western world, and the amount of happiness that came from such a radically different system. The series has been exhibited in galleries on the West Coast, and some licensed by major companies.

Teri Foehl

Teri is fascinated by the subtleness of things and aims to capture texture and light, creating movement. Her 36″x 48″abstract recycled metal collage Rectangular Silver on Silver caputures this subtleness of movement.

Nathan Stoltenberg

Nathan is a digital artist and designer. A modern-day Vanitas, this piece continues the historic tradition of artistic meditations on the temporal qualities of life and material good. Created especially for WPIG, the first of only ten to be made and are signed and numbered by the artist.

Don Dahlke

Taking Comfort is signed and numbered by the artist in a limited edition of 195 and it sells in fine art galleries around the US and the Caribbean for $1,500. This piece was generously donated by Nate Dickinson of Pearl Publishing Company.

Erika Eckert

Erika has fused her knowledge of painting with her expertise in working with velvets and silk screening. She uses acrylics while incorporating the vibrant colors and layering that she developed with her fabric pieces. Her piece “Magic Bubbles I”, a 20×16 Stretched Velvet shows the vibrant use of color.

Libby Ryan

Libby is a designer, designing events and installations internationally. Her work includes New York and London Fashion Weeks, press launches, tradeshow booths, retail events and set design. Children’s Hand Illustrated Card Set is hand done with ink and watercolor. printed onto post-consumer recycled paper with matte laminate for durability. Cards come with a custom hand sewn organic cotton pouch.

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