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  • David C. Gallup

    (805) 241-4084

    Rick Garcia

    (805) 966-9151

    Selwyn Garraway

    New York, NY 10006; info@selwyngarraway.com; http://www.selwyngarraway.com

    Diana Gibson

    diana@gibsonbrown.com; www.gibsonbrown.com

    Walt Gonske

    PO Box 1538, Taos, NM 87571

    Elissa Gore


    Elissa Gore paints large atmospheric landscapes. When searching for a new image, she looks for a harmonic moment in nature. She often uses a panoramic format. Resembling a Chinese scroll, it helps viewers imagine moving through these spaces.

    Gore’s history includes more than twenty solo exhibits and fifty public collections. She studied at the University of Pennsylvania and taught college art for 20 years. Also trained as a scientific illustrator, she now paints full-time and occasionally teaches workshops in botanical drawing and plein air painting at the New York Botanical Garden and around the country.

    Gary Gore

    PO Box 1278, Palmer Lake, CO 80133; 719-330-6895; gg@garygore.com; www.garygore.com

    Susan Graeber

    6302 North Charles St, Balto, MD 21212; siouxzeng@comcast.net; 410-377-6715

    Barry Graham

    Artist Painter/Illustrator/En Plein Air Instructor

    I have a passion for creativity, art, architecture, design, and various visual creative media. My inspiration comes from nature and our universal environment.

    As a painter, designer, illustrator, and en plein air instructor I appreciate the academics and study of art in any media, however I especially enjoy the spontanious discovery throughout a creative development that proves most valuable.


    Carole Gray-Weihman

    250 Water Street, Petaluma CA 94952; 707-291-7756; carole@gray-weihman.com; www.gray-weihman.com

    Dan Graziano


    Karen Gruszka


    “I love painting the landscape from direct observation” say Karen,  “I find that with each place I experience, observing the dance of the trees, the mood of the atmosphere, and the form revealing power of light, a heartfelt connection with that place develops.  This intimate connection gives me a sense of being one with the land. Painting is a celebration of living and of the immense beauty around us. Inspiration is everywhere! “.  A member of the California Art Club, the Oak Group and Santa Barbara Art Assoc., she is represented by the Bottoms Galleries in Montecito and Santa Barbara, CA.

    Bill Guffey

    P.O. Box 78, Burkesville, KY 42717; 270-406-0189; bnguffey@windstream.net; www.bnguffey.com