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Pat Wallis lives in Reno Nevada. A fine art painter for 30 years, Pat has been painting in oil on canvas, board, and particularly copper. Oil painting on copper goes back to the 15th century although it is rarely used by contemporary artists.
Mercedes Warrick is a spiritual intuitive, teacher and author. She has written two healing systems. The Soul Inspired Tune Up® and Visionscapes®. Her art began to emerge through her in 2012 when she unexpectedly painted a piece at an afternoon workshop that she thought was quite good.
Watson is a California native who now spends her time between Paris, France and Reno, Nevada.
" Paris feeds my creative drive and the Sierra Mountains nurture and replenish my soul. Paris energizes while the mountains invite me to pay attention to my "inner sound."
Candida Webb grew up in the area with an appreciation for the mountains, desert and local urban areas. She is an oil painter, watercolorist, printmaker, muralist, creates hand painted and mosaic pieces of furniture, and learned how to do letterpress handmade books.
M. B. Wilmot is a Chamorro Iraq War Veteran visual artist currently residing in Las Vegas. Originally from Northern California, Wilmot is a self-taught artist who specializes in pencil sketch drawings and custom-designed murals.
Gretchen Winkler was born and raised in Reno, NV. She attended UNR and obtained her BA in English Literature with a minor in Art. She did some graduate level studies at UNR until economics forced her to choose a full time job versus education.
Potter Joe Winter is currently showing work in Nevada, Arizona, North Carolina, California and Oregon. He has work in numerous permanent collections including Daum Museum of Modern Art in Sedalia, MO; East Carolina University; and Rocky Mount Art Center, North Carolina.
I have always been an artist. All my life I’ve gotten these urges to draw what I imagine, these ideas as images that come upon me when I’m daydreaming about something else. A quick sketch may be all that happens for the moment, some compositions clamor for the jump to reality immediately.