Alexa Meade
She applies paint directly to models and the surrounding scene, creating the illusion that real-life people and places are inside the world of a 2D painting.
Bill Hall has completed paintings for advertising agencies like Anderson & Lembke, Leo Burnett, Lintas NY, R.L. Polk, Wells Rich Green, Ross Roy and Young and Rubicam.

Specific sporting events that have used his work are: the Virginia Slims Master’s Tourney, Special Olympics, the ’94 World Cup of Soccer for both MasterCard and Mars Candy Company, the Ameritech Senior’s Open, the LG Championship PGA Senior’s Tourney, the New York Marathon, the Cleveland Grand Prix for its sponsor Pepsi Cola, and images for the World Jai Alai Federation. Plus, his work was used exclusively to promote the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo from 1998 to 2002.
I create ideas. Art begins with my mental thinking process, about a well defined subject I wish to “talk” about and subsequently render. I conduct research and look for art precedents. As work continues, the original concept is elaborated and visually debated through my expressive execution.

The final output is the result of my interaction with he original idea and the specific physical tools I deem most appropriate for the technical execution. I strive to use my artistic vision and my technical skills to translate my ideas into art forms that combine highly decorative elements and a meaningful communicative message and I create a thought provoking narrative, that one just has to find, think and interpret. Art is a language I speak with the with the sole intent of leaving a legacy behind.

Without aid of stencils or brushes London-based artist David Walker creates elaborately explosive portraits using directly applied spray paint.
Jennifer Vranes is best known for her large and vibrant paintings of Aspen Forests and European Landscapes. Her trademarked technique using a palette knife to ‘sculpt’ in thick textures has become a favorite among collectors and Art Galleries world-wide.
Katherine McDuffy
I’ve been a painter for many years, starting with oil paints but I now prefer acrylic. I divide my time between painting murals as well as smaller paintings in my studio in Mountain View, CA. My motto is “If you don’t have a view, then paint one!”Kathy mixes watercolors, oil on canvas and ink for a unique style.
As a Colorado native, I am inspired by the state’s natural brilliant beauty. It makes me feel connected to the earth and nature. Over the years my work has been licensed and published regionally and state-wide as well as I have been commissioned in both the public and private sectors.

Photography, digital art and mixed-media are among my favorite ways to showcase colorful Colorado. As an artist, I enjoy the creative process. It gives me a wonderful way to express myself.
I grew up in a creative family. My father was a still life oil painter, a photographer and glove designer. My mother was a musician. The house was filled with Flemish paintings, French provincial furniture from the late 1700’s and stained glass. My father wanted me to study accounting in college, no doubt to bypass the instability of an artist’s life. Instead, I majored in English Literature at Northeastern University in Boston and then went on to study guitar.

My first experiences with photography began with my father and our Makina Plaubel in the 1950’s. There were also my father’s slideshows from business trips to Europe. Those were long evenings… My father and I never played ball: we went to museums. I tell people I had the Modern memorized when I was 10.
Subjects: Nautical, Nature, Landscapes, Urban, Architecture, Facades and Still life.
Hall was a founding member of the cutting- edge 500-X Gallery in Dallas and has exhibited in over 60 prestigious group and one-man shows throughout the U.S. His work was awarded “Best of Show” by the late Henry Geldzahler, famed curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Fine Art, New York. Walter Hopps, then curator of the National Collection of Fine Art, DC, chose his work to be exhibited at the Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art. The late Dr. Edmund Pillsbury, 18-year Kimbell Art Museum Director and past Senior Fine Art Expert at Heritage Galleries & Auction House, was a fan and mentor. Hall’s work was on display for two weeks in the capital rotunda in Austin, TX in 1986. That same year, he was an Official State Artist of Texas nominee. In April 2005, he was featured in American Artist magazine. In 2012 his work was featured on the Jumbotron in “Art Takes Time Square” New York, NY. Hall’s work appears in many private and corporate collections, including the Arlington Museum of Art, the corporate headquarters of MasterCard, NY, the corporate headquarters of IN-N-Out Burger, California, One Bell Plaza and Market Hall, Dallas, and Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson LLP, Dallas,TX.
Active in social media. Close to 1 million views on YouTube with 3,000 folowers.