2022 Fall Artist Showcase Featuring 24 Artists I Artsy Shark

floral painting by Debbie Lamey-MacDonald

Enjoy this showcase featuring the work of twenty-four talented artists. Click on each artist’s name to learn more about them.


dog sculpture by Marianne Castle

“Please Love Me” ceramic clay and acrylic paint, 17cm x 20cm by artist Marianne Castle


Marianne Castle

I am inspired by my deep love of animals to recreate them as ceramic sculptures. My aim is to evoke the emotions and feelings of the person holding one of my sculptures.


landscape painting by Gladys Waters

“The old barn in the beauty” oil impasto painting on canvas, 14″ x 11″ by artist Gladys Waters


Gladys Waters

I wanted to transmit the serenity, calm and the beautiful feeling of this scene. Every brush stroke flowed, full of color and love. It was such an enjoyable piece to paint.


elephant painting by Ramona Marquez-Ramraj

“Elephant Running Free” (Feeling of the Wild Series) acrylic on loose canvas, 24″ x 36″ by artist Ramona Marquez-Ramraj


Ramona Marquez-Ramraj

I create colorful and misty expressionist acrylic pieces inspired by my South African background. This series, Feeling of the Wild, includes “Elephant Running Free,” a reminder about the danger of animal extinction.


abstract painting by Don Antart

“the puzzled duck, when then only…only then” mixed media, 200cm x 200cm by artist Don Antart


Don Antart

I create a complex, surrealistic, narrative artwork through the act of writing phrases and letters on the canvas which then become forms. In this painting, the message “when? Then only, only then” is written multiple times.


abstract painting by Sharon Dunlap

“Downdraft” acrylic on canvas, 36″ x 24″ x 1.5″ by artist Sharon Dunlap


Sharon Dunlap

Rich vibrant colors capture the attention in this abstract, while motion is suggested through the use of stalactite and stalagmite shapes. Many of my artworks are inspired by earth science.


abstract painting by Suzanne Frazier

“Boketto #11″ oil on canvas, 20″ x 20” by artist Suzanne Frazier


Suzanne Frazier

Boketto, a Japanese word for “staring vacantly into the distance without thinking,” reflects my meditation process and my perspective as a contemplative artist. Check out interviews on the “Suzanne Frazier – Contemplative Art” YouTube Page.


figurative painting by Mauree P. Tracey

“Here’s to Good Times” acrylic on canvas, 16″ x 20″ by artist Maureen P. Tracey


Maureen P. Tracey

Tropically inspired, my paintings show feelings, colours, and themes in art you will want to live with anywhere in the world. Art to make your environment happy and even more meaningful to enjoy.


figurative digital painting by Eugene Green

“Unwavering Hope” digital art, various sizes by artist Eugene Green


Eugene Green

I came across a gesture that felt like I could tell multiple stories in one pose.


abstract painting by Mary Begley

“Sands of Time” oil on canvas, 48″ x 36″ by artist Mary Begley


Mary Begley

An entity surrounded by its environment is a universal concept, whether it is from reality or the subconscious. I create naturalistic atmospheres and tell stories about human existence. I call these paintings Abstract Tableaux.


portrait painting by Sahar Hasan Al-louthai

“Do You See Me?” oil on wood, 110cm x 80cm by artist Sahar Hasan Al-louthai


Sahar Hasan Al-louthai

This extraordinary artwork by Sahar Hasan depicts the suffering of children who are experiencing tough lives due to wars, displacement, violence, racism, marginalization and malnutrition. Look at them and listen to their pain.


landscape painting by John J. Abisch

“Split Rock Falls” oil on linen panel, 18″ x 24″ by artist John J. Abisch


John J. Abisch

What inspired me to paint this scene was the movement of light and water set in the rocks and surrounding forest. The contrast of values and textures calls for our attention and contemplation.


abstract painting by Hollie Ross

“Storm of Wonder” acrylic on canvas, 20″ x 20″ x 1.5″ by artist Hollie Ross


Hollie Ross

I enjoy incorporating lots of colors and textures into my paintings. I take my inspiration from nature and my surroundings as well as the different cultures and forms of art I experienced during extensive travels.


abstract painting by Sandra Deacon

“Sunflowers” oil on canvas, 24″ x 24″ x 1.5″ by artist Sandra Deacon


Sandra Deacon

A gestural and color response to New Mexico sunflowers. This painting sprang to life after several detailed, realistic studies of various sunflowers.


landscape painting by Lilli Kirschmann

“Peaceful Contrasts” acrylic on canvas, 80cm x 40cm by artist Lilli Kirschmann


Lilli Kirschmann

I deal with the definition of colors and their meaning for humans. I express this through vivid landscapes and flowers as shown here in “Peaceful Contrasts” with complementary colors and clear versus wild shapes.


abstract painting by Tim Hupkes

“Garden Outburst” acrylic paint on canvas, 40cm x 40cm by artist Tim Hupkes


Tim Hupkes

My work is basically dictated by my subconscious. I get into the flow and allow things to happen. Usually, I just get a need to start painting—the rest happens as “on its own.”


floral and hummingbird watercolor by Carl McKinley

“Dinner for Two” watercolor, 10″ x 8″ by artist Carl McKinley


Carl McKinley

I have always loved nature, birds and animals. Watercolor is my choice for all these subjects. Thanks for viewing “Dinner for Two.”


botanical photo collage by Tanna Giroux

“Botanical Portrait: Daisies Abstracted” multimedia photography, various sizes by artist Tanna Giroux


Tanna Giroux

The fusion of digital photographic engineering with classical artistic design has developed into an artistic genre I like to call Multimedia Photography. It provides creative expression using abstract impressionism to present botanical portraits and surreal imagery.


alcohol ink landscape by Katy Bishop

“Northern Lights” alcohol ink on synthetic paper, 12″ x 12″ by artist Katy Bishop


Katy Bishop

I’ve never seen the Northern Lights, but this is what I feel they will make me feel.


abstract painting by Sarah Schneider

“The In Between” acrylic, 30″ x 40″ by artist Sarah Schneider


Sarah Schneider

My paintings are an expression of my appreciation for the wonder of nature—the color, shapes, textures and ever changing light of the natural world provide me with endless inspiration.


abstract mixed media painting by Harrie Handler

“Coastal Symphony” mixed media, 36″ x 36″ by artist Harrie Handler


Harrie Handler

My guiding principle of seeing with my heart lures the viewer to enter into an abstract or a landscape and experience calmness, movement, spaciousness, tranquility and optimism. No matter the subject, creating beauty is the goal.


photograph of a butterfly by Amanda Robinson

“Afternoon Snack” photograph, 10″ x 8″ by artist Amanda Robinson


Amanda Robinson

I’m a photographer who is focused on capturing everyday moments, landscapes and subjects—elevating them to the fine art level. I strive to capture the essence of the moment and give it eternal life.


abstract painting by Irinel Daniela Iacob

“Summer Holidays” mixed media on linen, 50cm x 70cm by artist Irinel Daniela Iacob


Irinel Daniela Iacob 

I am a Romanian artist. My works are inspired from everyday life. For those who want to know more about my artistic activity, I promote my works on my website.


abstract floral painting by Kimberly Kort

“Butterfly Dreams” gallery-wrapped acrylic fluid painting, 36″ x 24″ x 2″ by artist Kimberly Kort


Kimberly Kort

“Butterfly Dreams” are the most colorful dreams. A creation made with cups of acrylic paint and a few other liquids to create magic on canvas. The rubber mallet smashes into puddles of paint and butterflies are born.


floral painting by Debbie Lamey-MacDonald

“Drifting Into Autumn” oil on cradled wood panel, 10″ x 10″ by artist Debbie Lamey-MacDonald


Debbie Lamey-MacDonald

Both nature and gardening inspire my art practice. I work from direct observation outdoors or in my studio to capture the vitality of selected subjects. This piece was joyfully painted in my gardens over several sessions.


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