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  • Gordon Haas

    71 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530; 609 397-7988; gordonhaas@gmail.com; http://www.gordonhaas.com

    Karen Hewitt Hagan

    Charleston, SC; (561) 685-6526

    Sydney Hall

    San Luis Obispo, CA. 93401; 805-782-9288; sydpaints@yahoo.com; www.sydneyhall.com

    Kevin Haller

    (314) 640-7050
    khaller@sbcglobal.net
    www.kevinhaller.com

    Kevin’s primary painting approach is to paint from life.  With the subject before him, he can observe it fully, from all sides and all senses.  Kevin’s work purposefully includes a wide variety of subjects and mediums, the challenge continually extending his artistic reach.  Kevin’s artistic mission is to capture and share the beauty of the world he sees.  To compliment and narrate his paintings, Kevin maintains a journal.  For each painting, he records a summary of place as well as the inspiration source.  Kevin is a member of the Missouri Plein Air Painters Association and the Saint Louis Watercolor Society.

    Andrew Hamilton

    21 Mendel Ave, Toronto, ONT; 647-297-4278; hamiltonstudiogallery@hotmail.com
    www.andrewhamilton.ca

    Anita Hampton


    PO BOX 6134, Los Osos, CA 93412
    805-528-3564
    ahartws@tcsn.net
    www.ahamptonstudio.com

    Anita Hampton is a painter of all subjects. She builds excitement in her paintings with a solid foundation of evocative grays, value, and shape relationships. Her brushstrokes are excitingly expressive and controlled. Painting is her passion and lifelong study as she constantly searches for higher levels of expression through knowledge and experience in order to recreate nature’s palette on canvas in a manner that others can enjoy. She is an active member of OPA and signature member of the California Art Club and Laguna Plein Air Painters Association.

    JT Harding

    71 Coney Street, East Walpole, MA  02032; C: 508-404-5883; info@jtharding.com; www.jtharding.com; facebook; blog

    Glenna Hartmann


    glennamail@verizon.net
    www.glennahartmann.com

    “My passion for art and the outdoors has motivated me to set up my easel on mountain tops and beaches, in rolling hills and canyons, as well as backyard gardens and city streets. Subject matter interests me initially, but soon I am drawn to the effects of atmosphere and light as they embrace form. Composition, color and value control add to the complexity of setting the stage. The medium of pastel is well suited to location painting and I enjoy the tactile spontaneity of direct application and the variety of color and texture.  A member of the California Art Club, PAPA and the Oak Group, she is represented by the Easton Gallery in Montecitio, CA, Coleman Fine Art in Charleston, NC and the Davies Gallery of Fine Art in Genoa, NV.

    Kerri Hedden


    PO Box 1134/2386 Banner Ave, Summerland, CA 93067
    805-969-9018
    kerrihedden@aol.com

    Santa Barbara native Kerri Hedden paints “en plein air” venturing out into the remaining open spaces of her birthplace to capture what she enjoyed as a child.  “Painting the landscape is immensely fulfilling; fleeting light and weather create visual nuances that I find exhilarating and challenging to interpret. If I am successful, I am happy because I have captured a moment; a glimpse of today for those of tomorrow.” An award winning member of the Santa Barbara Art Association and SCAPE (Southern California Artists Painting for the Environment), Kerri is also a member of the California Art Club.

    Robert P. Hedden

    19695 Hutchs Haven Drive, Wellesley Island, NY 13640; 315-482-9352; heddenrpsr@yahoo.com; http://pleinairartists.ning.com/profile/RobertPHedden

    Stephen Hedgepeth

    148 Polk Ave., Ogden, Utah 84404; 1-801-388-9037; artistsh1776@hotmail.com

    Melissa Hefferlin

    Apison, TN; (423) 987-8652

    Luc Herbots

    2865 Governor’s Run Rd, Port Republic, MD 20676; luc@lucherbots.com; www.lucherbots.com; 443.295.7495

    Anne Herrero

    18606 Cruzon Grade, Nevada City, CA 95959; 773-896-8809; herrero.anne@gmail.com; www.anneherrero.com

    Darrell Hill

    PO box 485, Kamuela, HI 96743; arthawaii@aol.com; www.DarrellHillFineArt.com

    Jeff Horn


    280 Magnolia Avenue
    Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    jeff@hornart.com
    www.hornart.com

    Horn earned his Masters of Arts degree from California State University in 1979 and is currently a professor of drawing and painting at Irvine Valley College in Irvine, California.  As a draftsman Horn became known for his portrait series of the Homeless, which became a feature article for American Artist Magazine.  In 2000, he received top honor in the quick draw category at the LPAPA invitational competition and best on canvas on board in the Carmel Art Festival, and several honorable mention awards. He received third place in the landscape category of the California Art Club’s 89th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition. He has twice won the Oil Painters of America Award of Excellence, in 2001 and 2004.  His paintings are part of the permanent collections of the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts, the Laguna Canyon Foundation, and the Pacific Club in Newport Beach.  Horn is an artist member of the California Art Club, a signature member of the Laguna Plein Air Painters Association and represented by MJW Fine Art in Balboa Island, CA.

    John Huerta Jr.

    1054 Rushton St., Ogden, Utah 84401; 801-389-3721; jhuertajr@comcast.net; http://www.huertafineart.com

    Gregory Hull


    Gregoryhull@earthlink.net
    www.gregoryhull.com

    Gregory Hull is of one America’s genuine leaders in the field of contemporary realism, whose versatility and variety in subject matter are brilliantly displayed in his outstanding works.  His relentless pursuit of scenic locations has taken him from the high peaks of the Sierras of California to the depths of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, and has allowed him to vividly capture the magnificence of nature on canvas.  His brushstrokes are fluid, bold and expressive, becoming the vehicle for the study of light, the subject of all his paintings.  Greg is represented by the Redfern Gallery in Laguna Beach, CA, Medicine Man Gallery in Tucson, AZ and Santa Fe, NM, the John Pence Gallery in San Francisco, Willow Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ and Wild Spirit Gallery in Pagosa Springs, CO.