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  • Don Sahli

    Evergreen, CO; 303-670-8615

    Richard Schloss


    rick@rschloss.com
    www.rschloss.com
    Richard Schloss was born in 1953 in Fort Worth Texas but has lived in Santa Barbara since he began painting in 1972. He completed a Master of Fine Arts in Painting at UCSB in 1979 and a BA in Italian in 1981. He has shown extensively in Santa Barbara and San Francisco. In 1980 he spent a year painting in Europe on an award scholarship and in 1992 he was chosen to paint the diorama backgrounds for The Cartwright Interactions Hall at The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. He is a member of The Oak Group, and is currently represented by the Easton Gallery in Santa Barbara.

    Katherine Schneider

    1312 Woodlake Ct., Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464; 843.971.2025; katherinesartwork@yahoo.com; http://paintcharlestondaily.blogspot.com

    Wendy Schwartz


    PO Box 1121, Point Reyes Station, CA 04956
    wenpaint@horizoncable.com
    www.wendyschwartz.com

    Wendy Schwartz’s paintings are in private and corporate collections nationally as well as Europe and Canada. In the San Francisco Bay Area, paintings may be seen at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artists Gallery. I am drawn to a spare but emotionally powerful landscape– long fields, shadows, tidelands, the edge of a town, its back alleys, the remote shed or cottage, barn or grain elevator or mill, a not-quite empty room, or abandoned places that suggest a past story. In these landscapes and interiors, I try to use light and detail in ways that will strengthen the painting, but also keep the scene true. The depiction of a place has to feel authentic to me, as if it could exist, which may not mean the same thing as “realistic”.

    Linda Scola

    New England plein air artist and teacher. Mystic Gallery, Medford MA; Sun city Center, Florida
    www.lindascola.com

    Frank Serrano


    frankserrano@sbcglobal.net
    www.pleinairgallery.com
    A California native, Frank Serrano had an interest in art and nature from an early age. He studied art throughout his days in school, but is largely self taught. After a successful career as a freelance commercial artist, Frank decided to pursue his passion for oil painting in the early 1990’s. Since, he has developed a strong following of admirers, both nationally and internationally. Frank travels widely throughout North America painting scenes from the desert southwest to the beautiful high country vistas of the Canadian Rockies and is highly revered for his ability to capture the atmosphere, which is a hallmark in his work. “Painting on location enriches my life… and the paintings do not exist as mere pictures, but as a journal through which I can express all my senses”. Frank is represented by American Legacy Fine Arts in Pasadena, CA.

    Randall Sexton


    rcsart@mindspring.com
    www.rcsexton.com
    Born in 1958, Randall Sexton is a California painter whose colorful, loose style is admired by collectors and fellow artists alike. Sexton moved to California from the East Coast in 1980, upon graduating from the University of Connecticut. He has been a fixture in the Bay Area painting scene ever since. A former instructor at the Academy of Art University in SF, he now instructs traditional fine art technique to the technophiles in the computer animation department at Pixar. In addition, he teaches private workshops all throughout the country. Known as one of the premier contemporary Californian plein-air painters, Sexton also paints still lifes, figures, and portraits with equal panache. His colors are brilliant and accurate and his compositions are carefully constructed with closely observed detail. He is represented by the John Pence Gallery in San Francisco CA and the Nancy Dodds Gallery in Carmel CA.

    Jared Shear

    P.O. Box 1424, Thompson Falls, MT 59873; 406-531-9583; jashear@gmail.com; www.zupzup.com

    Nehael Jae Shields

    Artist@dragonflyvistas.com

    John Silver

    105 A Fernando St., Manto, NC 27954; 252-475-9764

    Michael Situ


    3251 Laguna Canyon Rd. #H3
    Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-294-0720
    michaelsitu@hotmail.com
    www.michaelsitu.com

    Michael Situ is a Signature Member of Oil Painters of America, Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters, Artist Member of California Art Club, and the Laguna Plein Air Painters Association. He is Growing up in China where he completed his art education at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art. He is a ull time professional artist whose artwork has been exhibited in numerous one-man shows, museums, and national juried exhibitions. Various national and international art publications such as International Artist, Southwest Art, Art of the West, and Plein Air Magazine have highlighted and featured Michael Situ and his artwork. Michael has been honored by a number of awards, including “Artist Choice Award” at the 2004 Sonoma Plein Air, “Best of Show” in 2001 at the La Quinta Plein Air. He is represented by Michael Situ Studio Gallery 3251 Laguna Canyon Rd. #H3.Laguna Beach, Ca 92651

    W. Jason Situ


    weijason@aol.com
    www.wjasonsituart.com
    W. Jason Situ was born in 1949 in Guang Dong, China. He began painting in high school during China’s “cultural Revolution” and completed his art education at the Guangzhou Fine Arts Institute. In 1989, Situ immigrated to the United States with his family. He was fascinated by the beautiful California landscape and soon decided to become a plein air painter. He has been a full time artist since 1997 and has been active in many of the fine arts events throughout the United States. He is a signature member of the California Art Club, Laguna Beach Plein Air Painter’s Association, Oil Painters of America, Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters and an honorary member of the Tucson Plein Air Painters Society. He is represented by the Wild Horse Gallery in Steamboat Springs CO, Medicine Man Gallery in Tucson AZ, Segil Fine Art in Old Town Monrovia CA, Lee Youngman Galleries in Calistoga CA, Green House Gallery in San Antonio TX and Villas Verandas Fine Art Gallery in San Juan Capistrano, CA.

    Timon Sloane

    Los Altos, CA; 650-208-0857; timon@timonsloane.com; www.timonsloane.com

    Sandra Smith-Dugan

    PO Box 8548, San Jose, CA 95155; 408-460-4426; sandra@smith-dugan.com; http://www.smith-dugan.com

    Carol Sonntag

    P.O.Box 2654, Crestline, CA 92325

    B. J. Stapen

    P. O. Box 40313; Santa Barbara, CA 93103; 805-963-1919

    Paul Strahm

    8012 el paseo grande , La Jolla, CA 92037; 619-850-3364; paul@paulstrahmpaintings.com; www.paulstrahmpaintings.com

    Laurie Sucharda

    501 W. Oakland Ave, Port Washington, WI 53074; 262-284-4852; fullmoonartist@yahoo.com; www.lauriesucharda.com

    Jane Sun


    805-682-8540
    jane@janesunart.com
    www.janesunart.net

    Since her first one-woman show in 2003, Jane Sun, has been active in the art world. A member of the Santa Barbara Art Association and SCAPE (Southern California Artists for Protecting the Environment), she is an award winning artist with her works appearing on show invitations and in celebrated Events including the Santa Barbara Natural History Museum’s Annual ArtWalk. She has been the featured artist at Gallery 113 in 2005, Palm Loft Gallery and Divine Inspiration Gallery in 2006. And her works will appear for the third time at the Corridan Gallery in 2007. In addition, she will be one of the feature artists in the annual ArtWalk at Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.

    Carol Swinney

    P.O. Box 50723, Casper, WY 82605; (307) 234-0116