Some of the Painters We Carry
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Creativity is only the beginning for Leoma. Her
vibrant colors and love of the words of the Beatles gives her
art that special interest for generations to come.
Eileen's paintings are in wonderful accord with
beautiful harmonic colors yet each painting has a spiritual personality
of its own, as does the culture, climate and nature it rejoices
Influenced by the rich colors of folk art and
textiles. Mary's work of luminous canvases weaves together
pattern repetition and layers of transparent colors. Her pieces
are often embellished with antique buttons and other found objects.
Mary's work is found in corporate and private collections in the
US and Canada.
Marty stokes is a native Floridan. The
original work of art utilizes the ancient Japanese art form of
"gyotaku", (fish impressions). This authentic art preserves
the beauty of the fish while allowing the creativity of the artist
to be present.
Sissi's oils and watercolors are very bright,
colorful and fun! An invitation to come to the beach and play. Her
shutter paintings are as unique as she is, and have become her
|Mimi von Litolff
Mimi has been a gallery artist for the
past 16 years. Each of her fine art canvases is handmade so she
can crack and sand it. She relies on gold leaf painting and glazing
to achieve her effects. Some of the art is also on tin. Each of
her pieces tells a story from experiences and thoughts of life.
She is known for her angels, all of which have a name with child-like
Randon's love of nature carries over in
her paintings. Birds and water are her favorite subjects.
Honey Costa's many years of living in the
islands on the water have enabled her to capture the beauty of
island people, fish and bird life as well as seascapes in beautiful
Doris enjoys creating exoitic watercolors
in a realistic, contemporary way. Her style and colors are very
unique. Doris' art is collected internationally.
Christine's portfolio includes oils on canvas,
acrylic washes, and one of a kind dressing screens. Subjects
include the human figure as well as tropical elements.