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“My work has made me aware of the subconscious mind.” British artist Sangeeta is a contemporary artist with a multifaceted approach that encompasses paintings (in acrylic and mixed media), drawings, watercolours and sculptures (in bronze).

Sangeeta’s overarching artistic style is of pure abstract expression, which requires sheer introspection. Her work displays a vivid imagination combined with a sense of fantasy and some inspiration from the real world.
Subjects: Nautical, Nature, Landscapes, Urban, Architecture, Facades and Still life.
Sonali is a multiple international award winning contemporary artist. She has been written about in various magazines and has been invited to talk about art on local Austin community radio. She also writes blogs to promote the power of art in the healing process of mind and body motivating others by her own personal experiences. She has exhibited internationally and her artworks are in private collections around the world. She has auctioned her paintings at local fundraisers.
Her body of work is diverse – from representational to abstract and her expressions are strong, bold and compelling. Her subjects are real, and whether happy or sad, she paints it in her own personal style.
Star Trauth is an American artist whose art has been exhibited and published across The Americas, Europe, and Asia. Her fiber art pieces are held in museums in North America and Asia. Trauth’s clients, both commercial and private, span the globe.

Her focus is the creation of fiber sculpture, “totems.” Trauth’s vision is a departure from traditional fiber works while employing some traditional methods. Starting with her signature cylindrical canvas and creating a tapestry of fiber and other elements that she finds interesting.
My practice involves the dialogue between order and chaos. The process is a constant experiment with the physical properties of paint (color, texture, sheen), moving between addition and subtraction, making and unmaking. All working to a place where I lose control of the painting, and then struggling back to achieve the right balance between wild spontaneity and emotional restraint. This is a struggle that I have to revisit with every painting, straining to hear an interior alphabet that leaks out during the actual act of painting. It is a personal and, I hope, universal language that I have to relearn and translate every time and is the challenge that drives me on to the next work.

Born in Newfoundland in 1974, Susan had a small town upbringing. She concentrated on sports and education, and graduated Memorial University with a Master of Education Degree, Bachelors in Education and Physical Education. Despite her accomplishments, she had an intrinsic need to explore her creative side and to surround herself with brightness.
Vanessa Webb
Vanessa Webb’s oil paintings, collages and mixed media drawings explore themes such as self-discovery and femininity, as well as uncertainty and cognitive distortions.  Her style and experimentation differ depending on the medium.  As an artist, she is inspired by Pop Art and Surrealism.  Many of her pieces encompass bold design and vibrant colors.
I am inspired by nature, insects, animals and their structures. Fossils, natural stone, sedimentary rock and the mechanics by which they are formed over time, have a fundamental primordial appeal. My art is process driven. Much of my technique is designed to mimic natural occurrences. I open myself up to whatever art wants to be. I strive to produce seemingly random compositions that achieve a pinnacle beyond my conscious capabilities. This act of allowance requires the ability to accept inevitable failures as part of the process, and not a measure of one’s abilities or lack thereof. Lessons learned. The next piece will always be better. For me, grout, with its various qualities and capabilities, is a perfect medium. This non-traditional medium is conducive to the process of experimentation. I ask the question “what if?”. I am not always happy with the result, nor is it always what I expected. This learning process evolves, fueled by the creative impulse, until, like a fossil or ancient stone, the work becomes a time capsule, a manifestation of inspiration, struggle, and brief moment in the sun.