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ARTISTS - We are currently compiling our listing of 80+ artists, which will be available soon. The listings below are samples.
Aldo Acquadro was a native of Piemonte, Italy. Although he was a world traveler, he spent most of his time in Munich, Germany. Educated at Ecole d'Arts et Metiers in France, Aquadro was an award-winning internationally known photographer for National Geographic, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan and Harper's Bazaar, among other publications. Acquadro's estate contains a large body of work which has become available through ARTinBusiness.

Karin E. David is an internationally known painter, sculptor, printmaker, photographer and poet. Most of her works are mixed media involving the methods of drawings, paintings, collages and photography. The themes of her work are metaphoric and driven by spiritual energy. Her vibrant colors are used in mini formats as well as larger canvasses. She has been exhibited in national and international single and group shows since 1996, and is collected by galleries, individuals and corporations internationally. Her writings are often accompianed by her illustrations in various publications.

Larry Forgard is a painter and sculptor using images that reflect both the figure and its surroundings, thus creating a mood using colored represented shapes and structure. Ghostlike or sometimes in-and-out of focus the paintings bring the figures to the forefront and slip away into the background. Educated at both The Chicago Art Institute and The American Academy of Art, Larry gained the opportunity to use the city experience and education to become a figure drawing instructor at the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. Many galleries have or are now showing and representing his artwork some including the cities of Chicago, Washington D.C., Boca Raton, Tampa, Palm Beach, Captiva Florida, Louisville Kentucky, and Sarasota.

Jean Germain is a multi-award winning fine art photographer with an imaginative eye for the ethereal and unusual. As the official photographer for the Sarasota Jazz Club since 1980, Germain clearly documented jazz legends in their later years. In addition to her jazz photographs, she also has a wide range of infrared, color and black and white photographs depicting nature, the human body and architecture. Her work has been shown in galleries and museums across the country, and is in the private collections of over 40 individuals and organizations.

Daniel Gregory, a native to Sarasota, Florida, is a self-taught artist who paints in self-made watercolors, oils, acrylics, and does pen and ink renderings. His subject matter is whatever he finds interesting; whatever he feels is worth preserving. Contrast, with both tone and color, is the key to his artwork, and it is the vividness of his color that is most often remarked upon by viewers of his work. Daniel Gregory is a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society, has been featured in Watercolor Magazine, and has paintings in numerous private and corporate collections.

Barbara L. Harrison is known for her large abstract wall sculptures and ceiling suspended works, both fashioned in solid brass. Notable installed commissions include those at: The Bank of Tokyo in NYC; Computervision in Boston; AT&T, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Educational Testing Service in Princeton, NJ; The New York Academy of Medicine; and the Neiman Marcus store located in Tampa, Florida.Barbara most often works on a commissioned basis. In addition to three solo shows at NYC galleries, Barbara has shown her work at museums and galleries throughout the United States., including: The New York Academy of Design; The Corcoran Museum in Washington DC; The Chesterwood National Trust Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts; and at Princeton University.

Trulee Jameson developed a passion for painting landscapes and natural, organic images in early childhood thanks to her mother who was an avid art enthusiast, environmentalist and gardener.  While she went on to study fine art at Columbus College of Art and Design and Ohio State University, Jameson has created large works in a range of styles using oils and mixed media on canvas and board since the age of 11. Recently relocated to Sarasota from Washington DC, Jameson’s current paintings of tropical foliage can be characterized as contemporary realism and "tonal", however her linear brushwork and strong composition remind many of the fantastical works of Henri Rousseau.

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