H M A POOA R T I S T SOO&OOW R I T E R SOOG A L L E R Y
|Bula Mehmeditsa: She
Went Back Inside, encaustic on wood,
7 x 7 inches, 2005.
This image is one of a series of encaustic paintings based on the Bulgarian folk song "Bula Mehmeditsa (Mehmed's Bride)." Part of that series is currently on exhibit in Sofia, Bulgaria. Based in Boyds, Maryland, the artist primarily creates drawings and paintings. Subjects are varied and include portraits and murals.
Marguerite de Messieres, www.demessieres.com, email@example.com, 301.972.8186.
|Sellman Barn and
MD, black & white print,
11.5 x 12 inches, 2005.
This photo is one of a series of about 40 barns, mainly in Montgomery County, Maryland, taken in the spring-summer of 2005. A number of the photos in this series (but not this photo) can be found on the "Barns of Montgomery County" poster and note cards produced by the Heritage Tourism Alliance of Montgomery County. Based in historic Hyattstown, Maryland, the photographer is primarily interested in architectural subjects, as well as interesting still life.
Don Burgess, firstname.lastname@example.org, 301.831.1232, On Line Gallery
|CC, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36 inches,
Each painting for me is an exploration of the creative process. Along with nonrepresentational paintings, I create abstract paintings inspired by sculptures of Neolithic Goddesses. I also offer workshops in Spontaneous Painting for anyone who wants to strengthen their creative powers.
Beckie Mirsch Laughlin, email@example.com
|Pooch by George Miller, from "The
Transmigration of Souls", 2005.
George Miller lives in Barnesville, Maryland where he is working on two novels ("How to Get Rid of Sludge" and "The Triumph of Beach Art") and two volumes of poetry ("The Transmigration of Souls" and "The Scent of the Ia Drang").
George Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org, 301.972.8458,
Still Life with Blue
Table, Oil on wood, 31 x 28 inches, 2005.
|False Indigo, Pastel and
charcoal on paper, 44 x 30 inches, 2002.
Susan Due Pearcy lives in Barnesville, Maryland.
Susan Due Pearcy, email@example.com, 301 972-7564, http://www.susanduepearcy.com
by Lee Robison
Always in search of the right word,
the one that made the Universe
that glows in the dark—
empty of night, liquored of summer and holly—
the one that old shamans won't utter
except when solstice, moon, and weather congrue—
and then only to mumble
quickly wincing from the bitchy skies—
the word maidens wear arrogantly
like a never emptying purse against their thighs
and young men carry like a banner or rifle before them;
the word that only children may speak,
only women may know,
and only black horses may trundle from the wake.
The word like the wound of Atlas
always healing, never healed—
So—he searches into each day
a wasting man who understands color
but whose eyes never find it.
|The Bard by Lee Robison, 2006.
Lee Robison lives in Poolesville, Maryland. He is working on a second book of poems.
Lee Robison, http://mysite.verizon.net/vze11a8m9/index.html
Ninth Chord ,Oil on panel,
24 x 16 inches, 2005.
Space Man, Oiled Oak, 28
x 10 x 10 inches, 2004.
|Turquoise By Choice, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x
36 inches, 2006.
I like to work with the kind of random order that is found in nature, as illustrated for example, by the say twigs and leaves come to rest on the forest floor. Shown is a painting from a series called Line Paintings, works of gestural abstraction that generally involve linear fields and elements of length—lines straight, squiggley and curved, often complicated with spots, splashes and sometimes text and objects.
Mike Shaffer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 301.831.9364 http://mikeshaffer.net
|Adrienne's Studio , Oil on canvas,
20 x 16 inches, 1994.
Risa Hackett is a painter from Rockville, Maryland
Risa Hackett , email@example.com