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3Ps (Pets, People, & Places)

Group Exhibition of Local Austin Artists

Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 27th, 6:30-9:00pm

Exhibition: Friday, Oct. 27th, 2017 - Saturday, January, 27th, 2018

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**Complimentary Admission**

Let’s begin the adventure of 3Ps (Pets (animals), People, and Places)! The gifts the Universe bestows upon us in the form of animals, the beautiful earth, and all the people. 3Ps began as an idea to acknowledge our gratefulness for companion animals; we expanded to all animals and all other entities that can create a magical difference in the world. We have 57 Austin Artists participating in 3Ps, many of the artists are exhibiting with Art for the People for the first time!!!! Many of the artists have multiple artworks & we’ll be rotating art throughout the exhibition…..come see our dynamic and spectacular 3Ps!!!

Featured Artists

Anna Ganina, Anna Mallam (Slow Fuse Photography), Avel Glaz, Becca Borrelli, Bella Siu, Brian W. Kirchner, Bryan Macilko, Carla Yeatts Creatures, Chloé Jane, Chris Celusniak, Connor Teseny, Dane Gudde of Gudde Co., Darien Nuckols, Dondi Aguirre, Eli Halpin, Elsie Greer, Emily Michele Berry, Emma Berke, Erik Packheiser, Erika Askew, Evan Runyon, Fum Fum Ko, Hallie Rae Ward, Holli Hartman, Holly C. Edwards, Janis Fowler, Jara Fatout Lang, J.R. Rapier, Karen Woodward, Kate Donalson (Brown Dog Design Studio), Katie Ryan Donohue, Katie Stahl (Houndoggle), Kelli Horan, Kerry Hugins, Lily Koufer, Lisa Bussett, Love Studio Ceramics, M.L. Keating, Martin Burke, Marty Lewis, Mary Ishler, Melih Aydincik, Melissa Mote, Michelle Lawrence Schwartz, Neeka Allsup, Norah Levine, Rhea Pettit, Robert Calloway, Robert Safuto, Rydia Mün, Scott Wilkes (Ironheart Welding), Sean Sczepanik, Sharen Craddock, Shelly Floyd, Tarah Luke, Vi Nguyen, Vonetta Berry, & Yvette Lai.

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Anna Ganina

"Dangerous Curves Ahead"

Acrylic and marble powder on a gallery wrapped canvas | 30" X 40" | $1550

"Honey"

Acrylic and marble powder on a gallery wrapped canvas | 12" x 9" | $170

"Lil Bird"

Acrylic and marble powder on a gallery wrapped canvas | 14" x 11" | $250

"Ninja Style"

Mixed media | 21" x 17" | $220

"Oscar"

Watercolor on paper | 17" x 21" | $220

"Come Boy"

Watercolor on paper | 11”x15” (unframed) 16”x20” (framed) | $220

"Europa"

Watercolor on paper | 11”x15” (unframed) 16”x20” (framed) | $220

"Feed the Birds"

Watercolor on paper | 11”x15” (unframed) 16”x20” (framed) | $220

"Heel"

Watercolor on paper | 11”x15” (unframed) 16”x20” (framed) | $220

"My Chaperon"

Watercolor on paper | 11”x15” (unframed) 16”x20” (framed) | $220

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Anna Mallam

SLOW FUSE PHOTOGRAPHY

"City Blur"

Photographic print on metal | 11x14 | $120

Facing the Seaholm District, downtown Austin

"City Lines"

Photographic print on metal | 11x14 | $120

A bridge over Mopac in North Austin

"North To South"

Photographic print on metal | 11x14 | $120

Looking down Congress from the Texas State Capitol grounds

"Rain Proof"

Photographic print on metal | 11x14 | $120

A brief shower on Congress Bridge

"Walk Or Drive?"

Photographic print on metal | 11x14 | $120

Congress Bridge at dusk

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Avel Glaz

"Enos and Valentina"

Sewing machine parts, wood, tin box, bead | 10½" x 2¾" | $160

Enos is the first monkey that orbited the earth and Valentina is the first woman to have flown in space. These upcycled robots are an homage to both of them.

"Have Space Suit - Will Travel"

Sewing machines' parts, wood, old electronics pieces, tin box | 10" x 3¼" | $160

The rocket on his back and the map makes this upcycled robot ready to get to space.

"Space - The Final Frontier"

Sewing machine parts, wood, picture slide, tin box | 15½" x 5" | $320

This upcycled robot is a window to space travel.

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Becca Borrelli

"Violet Crown"

Mixed Media Paint on Canvas | 12" x 36" | $300

A spray paint, acrylic and paint marker rendering of the iconic Austin Violet Crown: An elusive band of purple that can be seen momentarily across the eastern horizon at sunset.

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Bella Siu

"Betty"

Pen & ink, watercolor | 9” x 12" | $65

Inspired by 50's pin up models, Betty is wearing a two-piece set with garter straps, fishnets, and heels. She has curly black hair and a red, orange and yellow background.

"Daphne"

Pen & ink, watercolor | 9” x 12" | $65

Daphne is inspired by 50's pin up girls. She is wearing a black and white striped bodysuit, heels, and is holding a crop. She has done up black hair and a background including shades of green.

"Marilyn"

Pen & ink, watercolor | 9” x 12" | $65

Marilyn is inspired by pointe dancers. She is wearing a leotard with a tutu and has ribbons draping from her hair, wrapping around her legs. Her hair is in a bun and she has a purple, red, and pink background.

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Brian W Kirchner

"The Reinvention"

Acrylic on Canvas | 24” x 24” | $2,100

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Bryan Macilko

"Bucolic Interlude"

Encaustic over board | 16" x 16" | $395

I have always admired and been influenced by the Hudson Valley School of painters whose aesthetic vision was influenced by romanticism in pastoral scenes. They are soothing to me in color and vision and this peaceful, bucolic feeling is what I have tried to convey in this piece.

"Hermit Greets the Day"

Encaustic and shellac over board | 16"x16" | $350

A hermit crab peeks out, surveys his kingdom and begins his day

"Mantra"

Encaustic and wood over board | 16" x 16" | $350

An early morning walk through a public park inspired this piece. Just me, nature and a park bench compelling me to stay present in the moment.

"Playa Los Muertos"

Encaustic and wood over board | 24" x 24" | $525

A lovely beach, a lovely day in Puerto Vallarta. I am often transported in my mind to this rather isolated area of the beach only accessible from the cliffs above during high tide. Heaven!

"Primordial Soup"

Encaustic and shellac over board | 24" x 24" | $525

This piece is about color, balance and movement .....and fun!

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Carla Yeatts Creatures

"Dewey the Caterpillar"

Polymer Clay, Acrylic Paint | 4" x 2.5" | $275

Dewey the Caterpillar is quite fond of Maple leaves and looks forward to morning twilight showers. Each doll I make is completely hand sculpted, created without the use of any molds and therefore is absolutely unique. I use a combination of hand painting and airbrushing to achieve my signature color style. Requires careful handling. Not intended for young children.

"Ghort the Ogre"

Polymer Clay, Acrylic Paint | 5.5" X 4" | $300

Meet Ghort, a bit clumsy, a little shy but always well-intentioned. Loves picking wildflowers to give to his human and is particularly fond of daisies. He easily makes friends with caterpillars and insects. Each doll I make is completely handmade, created without the use of any molds and therefore is absolutely unique. I use a combination of hand painting and airbrushing to achieve my signature color style. Requires careful handling. Not intended for young children.

"Kitzi the Woodland Mushroom"

Polymer Clay, Acrylic Paint, Glass Eyes | 4.75" x 3.5" | $275

Kitzi spends her days basking in the sun and enjoying her time under her favorite big oak tree. Ants like to crawl on her but she doesn't mind, she is just happy to have visitors! Each doll I make is completely hand sculpted, created without the use of any molds and therefore is absolutely unique. I use a combination of hand painting and airbrushing to achieve my signature color style. Requires careful handling. Not intended for young children.

"Leela the Pixie"

Polymer Clay, Acrylic Paint, Glass Eyes, Wire, Plastic Film, Acrylic Fibers (non-animal source hair) | 4.5" x 3" | $300

Leela is a friendly nature Pixie. She is inquisitive, empathic and caring. She watches over bugs to help them find their way out of the house and sprinkles magic sleep well dream dust over her human and pet housemates. Her favorite snacks are dandelions, daisy petals and rose water. Each doll I make is completely hand sculpted, created without the use of any molds and therefore is absolutely unique. I use a combination of hand painting and airbrushing to achieve my signature color style. Requires careful handling. Not intended for young children.

"Marvin the Mandrake"

Polymer Clay, Acrylic Paint, Fabric, Dried Mosses | 6.5"-8" x 2.5" | $350

Marvin the Mandrake is a sleepy little creature. You may hear the occasional quiet little snore from this one! His napping never gets in the way, however, of putting out magical energy to those around him. Each doll I make is completely hand sculpted, created without the use of any molds and therefore is absolutely unique. I use a combination of hand painting and airbrushing to achieve my signature color style. Requires careful handling. Not intended for young children.

"Mishu the Little Devil"

Polymer Clay, Acrylic Paint, Glass Eyes | 3.5" x 2" | $300

Mishu loves candy, balloons, bubbles, and fireworks to name a few..really anything that is festive, a colorful surprise or silly fun. Her wonderment with the human world always keeps a smile on her face! Each doll I make is completely hand sculpted, created without the use of any molds and therefore is absolutely unique. I use a combination of hand painting and airbrushing to achieve my signature color style. Requires careful handling. Not intended for young children.

"Soot the Cat"

Polymer Clay, Acrylic Paint, Glass Eyes | 4" x 4" | $275

Soot is a 'mischievous' feline but only in the cutest ways...he might have a tendency to dig up plants or hide his human things, but all in good fun. Each doll I make is completely hand sculpted, created without the use of any molds and therefore is absolutely unique. I use a combination of hand painting and airbrushing to achieve my signature color style. Requires careful handling. Not intended for young children.

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Chloé Jane

"Come & Take It"

Watercolor & Graphite | 6" x 6" | $125.00

The first military engagement of the Texas Revolution was the Battle of Gonzales in which Texan militiamen, responding to Mexican soldiers demanding the surrender and return of a small brass cannon, adopted the now-famous battle cry, “Come and Take It!”

"Texas, Our Texas"

Watercolor & Graphite | 6" x 6" | $125.00

My dad served in the Air Force for almost 30 years so our family moved several times. I was born in Texas and always took great pride in declaring that I was a Texan no matter where I lived. I moved back to Texas for college and now call Austin my home. Texas will always have a special place in my heart.

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Chris Celusniak

"The Dance"

Fluid acrylic on paper | 10.5" x 16.5" (uf), 16" x 22" | $450

Depiction of the human spirit of romance, it's dreams and ambitions.

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Connor Teseny

"Bat in Flower"

Ampersand Scratchboard | 5"x7" | $195

I’ve always loved bats because they’re such interesting little animals. They’re mammals but they can fly, and they mostly "see" with their ears. Plus they're just a part of the culture of Austin.

After a long while of looking at different kinds of bats (they’re very tricky guys to photograph) I found these Northern Long-Eared bats and fell in love with them.

This piece like all my others, is in a custom handmade CJTProducts frame."

“Buzz"

Ampersand scratchboard | 5"x5" | $95

This piece was inspired by the big movement to support protecting bees. They’re such important insects to our ecosystem so I decided to do a quaint little piece to show the beauty of bees and help spread respect for these great little animals.

"Frog on a Log"

Ampersand scratchboard | 8"x10" | $195

I've always loved amphibians, especially frogs, and I'm very lucky to live here in Texas where we have these huge American bullfrogs. I often like to go out and catch (and release) these frogs by hand, and after a while of enjoying them, I've found a lot of pleasure in drawing and creating them.

"Nesting Chicken"

Prismacolor colored pencils on plum tone paper | 8"x10" | $195

This piece was inspired by my love for chickens. I’ve always wanted to own a bunch of chickens and one day I had the wonderful experience of holding some of these wonderful birds! This piece is done in my personal favorite pose that this beautiful brown chicken enjoyed resting in.

"Peafowl"

Ampersand scratchboard | 8"x10" | $169

I love wildlife of all kinds. When It comes to my art, however, I've found I really enjoy creating birds the most. There’s something about the texture of the feathers that are very fun and interesting to draw. While looking at pictures of different birds I stumbled on this really simple picture of the head of a peafowl and it led to this piece.

"Pelican"

Ampersand Scratchboard | 12"x24" | $450

This piece was done on scratchboard which is a thin board covered in hardened white clay and black india ink. I use an intaglio style work method meaning I use a sharp tool to remove the surface material (ink) to expose my subject in the white clay.

Pelicans have been my favorite animal since I was little and one of my favorite subjects to draw because of how much personality they have. I chose this pose after a trip I had down at Matagorda Bay and saw a pelican posing so calmly while all the others were fighting over fish people were feeding them.

This piece has around 6000 individual marks scratched into it.

Custom handmade CJTProducts frame.

"Seahorse"

Ampersand scratchboard | 8"x10" | $169

I’ve always been influenced by marine life. My family has always enjoyed fishing and it taught me to really respect marine life and how beautiful the animals and ecosystem are. This little seahorse came from my want to support organizations like CCA so we can keep our marine life thriving and healthy.

“Texas Slam"

Panels on scratchboard | three 5"x7" | $300

I've always loved marine life and fishing so much of my art has been heavily influenced by sealife. This piece has the "Texas Slam" which is a Redfish (top) a Flounder (bottom left) and a Speckled Seatrout (bottom right). The main purpose of this piece is to show my love for fishing and fish, but also spread awareness of not only how beautiful these animals are, but how we need to drill coastal conservation stricter than we already do, so we can keep fishing, but be sure that we keep the population of our sealife thriving.

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Dane Gudde of Gudde Co.

"McKinney Homestead".

Medium Format Film Photography/Silver Gelatin Darkroom Print | Print: 11"x14" Framed, 16"x20" | $225

The homestead pictured is the original homestead of the Thomas F. McKinney who settled the McKinney Falls area in the 1850’s. It is made from limestone collected from Onion Creek, and Cypress and Cedar timbers from McKinney’s land. This sits on the Homestead Trail in McKinney Falls State Park and I knew that I had to photograph it the second I saw it. This shot was taken with my medium format Mamiya RB67 camera on an outing to McKinney Falls, just south of Austin. The image was captured on black and white film, self-developed and printed in my home darkroom. This print is a first edition print number two of two in the series. I love photographing with film and cameras that are twice as old as I am because it allows me to slow down, soak in the scene and really take my time composing the image I feel needs to be seen.

"Onion Creek At McKinney Falls"

Medium Format Film Photography/Silver Gelatin Darkroom Print | Print: 11"x14", Framed 16" x 20" | $225

To capture this image I had to go deep into the falls away from the normal tourist spots. Once there I stumbled upon this amazing scene and knew it needed to be captured. This shot was taken with my medium format Mamiya RB67 camera on an outing to McKinney Falls, just south of Austin. The image was captured on black and white film, self-developed and printed in my home darkroom. This print is a first edition print number two of two in the series. I love photographing with film and cameras that are twice as old as I am because it allows me to slow down, soak in the scene and really take my time composing the image I feel needs to be seen.

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Darien Nuckols

"Camping Trip Solitude"

Watercolor on 140 lb. cold press cotton rag | 9.5” x 7.5” (uf), 11.5” x 9.5” (f) | $120

This piece was inspired by the feeling camping and being surrounded by nothing but nature. The minimal image is surrounded by a fair amount of blank paper to portray the feeling of distance and simplicity. This is something I consistently drive for.

"Finding Frost"

Watercolor and Ink on 190 lb. Vellum Surface | 18” x 24” (uf), 22” x 28” (f), | $340

Austin, a sleepy city now in constant change, is not the same as it was 10 years ago and will not be the same 10 years from now. The wispy lines captivate the free flow and wild spirit the city encompasses. This piece is meant to preserve the beauty of one of Austin’s most iconic buildings before its charm gets swallowed up with generic skyscrapers and apartments.

"Flight of the Dragonfly"

Watercolor and Ink on 140 lb. Cotton rag cold press | 18” x 24” (uf), 22” x 28” (f) | $340

The beauty of the greenbelt gives Austin much of its charm. It's hard to image how Austin would be without it. Flight of the DragonFly was inspired while swimming in the Barton creek watching the Dragon Flies skip on the water.

"Lost Ride"

Watercolor on 140 lb. Cotton rag cold press | 9” x 6” (f) | $180

Lost Ride is inspired by contrasting simplicity of riding a bike and the growing normality of relying on machines. The constant struggle of man and nature. As History teaches, Mother Nature is the most powerful force on this planet. It is an amazing, astonishing and beautiful as long as it is respected and not taken advantage of.

"Pup"

Watercolor on 140 lb. cold press cotton rag | 12” x 6” (uf),11” x 14” (f) | $220

Dogs, dogs, dogs, dogs. ALL the dog! I painted this because I needed an excuse to look at puppy pictures all day!

"The Flower Vendor"

Watercolor on 140 lb. Cotton rag cold press | 8.5” x 6.5”(uf), 11.75” x 9.5” (f) |$220

What a joy this is to see. A bundle of colorful nature cursing across your sight. This piece is meant to be imagined in all environments, especially the stressful ones; crossing at the last stop sign before you meet the in-laws, in the city passing by while you sit in a board meeting, and even weaving through traffic on I-35 while your already five mins late. The Flower Vendor is meant to bring a little nature, color, motivation and relaxation to a once gray day

"Tx Longhorn"

Watercolor on 140 lb. cold press cotton rag | 4.75” x 7” (uf), 8” x 12” (f) | $180

After moving to Central Tx, I quickly fell in love with the Texas Hill County. Longhorns are a staple in Texas culture, this painting was my way of connecting with my city’s culture and environment. Every time I see these incredible animals I am left in awe. This piece was inspired by my new home and all the beauty that inhabits it.

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Dondi J. Aguirre

"A Bridge Encountered, To How It's Crossed"

Acrylic on canvas | 24"X36" | $2,000.00

"Reflecting Upon More Than A Glimmer"

Acrylic on canvas | 36"X48" | $3,200.00

"To Have The Heart Of A Lion"

Acrylic | 48"X60" | $4,600.00

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Eli Halpin

"Poodlee Doodlee"

Oil and acrylic on canvas | 4' x 6' x 3" | $4800

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Elsie Greer

"Pool Apart"

Oil on Canvas | 48" x 29" | $650

"Red Room"

Oil on Canvas | 31" x 41" | $550

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Emily Michele Berry

"Embracing the Queen"

Acrylic on Canvas | 16" x 20" | $700

We stand at a crucial intersection in our existence where we are being asked to return to the Divine Feminine within us all. To start looking at ourselves, our Women and our Earth with the honor and respect they deserve and to treat them accordingly. This piece displays the interwoven essence of the Sacredness, Strength, and Beauty that both Mother Nature and Women hold within and without. They will ultimately restore Balance and Joy in our lives if we choose to embrace them with open hearts.

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Emma Burke

"Reanna"

Charcoal, ink, pencil | 8"x11" | $65

This is an inked sketch of a live model.

"Rainy Day Dreams"

Ink, watercolor | 9"x12" | $75

While being stuck in the house during a downpour, I had the idea for this piece.

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Erik Packheiser

"Choirboy"

Mixed Media on Canvas | 14” x 10” |$200

"Chowder"

Mixed Media on Canvas |16” x 20” | $250

"HIER WOHNTE"

Mixed Media on Canvas | 10” x 10” | $150

"Julienne"

Mixed Media on Canvas | 16” x 10” | $200

"Larvae"

Mixed Media on Canvas |10” x 10” |$150

"Screech"

Mixed Media on Canvas | 16" x 10" | $200

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Erika Askew

"An Autumnal Bungle of Boo!"

Acrylic and glitter on canvas with polyurethane clear coat | 8" x 10" | $160

When the air is crisp, and the moon is bright, the spirits gather to play both day and night!

"Apparitions Apparent"

Acrylic on canvas with polyurethane clear coat | 24" x 12" | $395

A gaggle of ghosts? A snaggle of spirits? No matter what you call it, just know you are never quite alone.

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Evan Runyon

"Judith"

Mixed media on paper, mounted on wood panel | 24" x 48" | $1200

"Loch"

Mixed media on paper, mounted on wood panel | 32" x 48" | $1500

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Fum Fum Ko

"CINEMATIC"

Digital Photo Satin Print | 16" x 20" | $250

Montego Bay, Jamaica 2016. A busy downtown street scene is taken from the driver's seat of our car.

"LEG OVER"

Digital Photo Satin Print | 16" x 20" | $250

Montego Bay, Jamaica 2016. Two men stand in front of a clothing shop, with their legs resting over a rusty step. Also a play on words from Mr. Eazi's song "Leg Over"

"WALKING STICKS"

Digital Photo Satin Print | 16" x 20" | $250

Montego Bay, Jamaica 2016. Hand carved walking sticks positioned up against a vibrant blue wall.

"STROLLIN’"

Digital Photo Satin Print | 16" x 20" | $250

Montego Bay, Jamaica 2016. Women strolling down the streets on a hot summer day.

"JAMAICAN SCHOOL TINGS"

Digital Photo Satin Print | 16" x 20" | $250

Montego Bay, Jamaica 2016. Girls and boys walk home from school wearing blue and khaki uniforms.

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Hallie Rae Ward

"Lunch on Ladybird Lake"

Acrylic on plywood | 6" x 25" | $300

Inspired by one of Austin's most precious natural elements, this piece display how people and nature interact. Everybody's got to eat!

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Holli Hartman

"A Friday Afternoon At Barton Springs"

Acrylic and Wax Pastel on Canvas | 24" x 48" | $1200

This painting is inspired by a Friday afternoon I spent at Barton Springs Pool. The gem, in the middle of town, that many flock to on hot summer days. I aim to express the dynamic energy of the springs through the use of vivid colors and varied forms of mark making.

A Saturday Morning At Barton Springs

Acrylic and Wax Pastel on Panel | 18" x 24" | $850

This painting is inspired by a Saturday morning I spent at Barton Springs Pool.

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Holly C. Edwards

"Color Fox Sees A Squirrel"

Watercolor, colored pencil, pen/ink | 9" x 9" | $80

"Emu Stare"

Watercolor, colored pencil, pen/ ink | 6x8" | $70

"Golden Dragon"

Watercolor, colored pencil, pen/ink | 6" x 4" (matted) | $60

"Kitty Time"

Watercolor, colored pencil, pen/ink | 8.5" x9" | $100

"Koda And The Tiger Cat"

Watercolor, colored pencil, pen/ink | 9" x 12" | $150

"Moo Cow"

Watercolor, colored pencil, pen/ink | 7" x 11" | $130

"Pasture"

Watercolor, colored pencil, pen/ink | 6" x 9" | $80

"Southwest Desert"

Watercolor, colored pencil, pen/ink | 6" x 5" | $70

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Janis Fowler

"Amazonian Wedding Portrait"

Oil and gold leaf on panel | 40"x40" | $4000

"The Call of Darkness"

Charcoal and gold leaf on layers of drafting film in resin | 13"x13" | $250

Demonic-looking being holding skull with creepy house in background

"Cassandra's Daydream"

Oil paint on panel | 16"x20" | $600

"Catalina"

Charcoal on layers of drafting film in resin | 21.5"x28" | $500

"Evander in the Red Chair"

Oil on panel | 8"x10" | $375

"Hermona"

Charcoal on layers of drafting film in resin | 21.5"x28" | $500

"Mikey in the Flowers"

Lazy mikey reclines in an abstracted flower field | TBD | $500

"Mikey, Slayer of Bugs"

Gouache and glow in the dark pigments on panel, topped in resin

12"x12" | $250

"Octopersuasion"

Paperclay and plaster sculpture, octopus covered in resin | 9.5" x 6.75" x 6.5" | $800

"Paradise"

Gouache on wood panel | 30"x40" | $1500

"Portia"

Charcoal on layers of drafting film in resin, moon painted in layers of gouache in the resin | 18"x24" | $500

"Spring Turns to Winter"

Colored pencil on layers of drafting film in resin | 6"x12" each,

making the set about 12"x12" together, | $350

"Taj Mahal"

Micron pen and Prismacolor markers on book pages from India | 30"x40", | $1200

"The Call of Darkness"

Charcoal and gold leaf on layers of drafting film in resin | 13"x13", | $250

"The Call of the Sea"

Oil on Panel | 12"x16" | $450

Oil painting of a tempestuous sea at about sunset

"The Witching Hour (Mikey at 3am)"

Layers of Gouache and gold leaf in resin | 16"x20" | $500

"Walter in the Sunshine"

Oil painting on panel |8"x10" | $375

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Jara Fatout Lang

“The G7”

Graphite on Paper | 30” x 22.5” (framed) | $650

A sleek cruise liner on the open ocean, a crisp cool morning at breakfast. This man, with his ukulele, adds a fun yet nostalgic ambiance with a variety of tunes that make your heart dance in anticipation for the day’s adventures. The people in our lives make the most difference, like the example here where our cousin set the mood for this particular vacation day. This drawing was inspired by a snapshot of my cousin playing the ukulele for our family while on a rare, but extremely needed, summer cruise vacation. The soft grays of graphite as the drawing medium adds to the calming and nostalgic feel.

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J.R. Rapier

"Bastet"

Acrylic on clayboard | 5" x 5" | $150

This cat skull belonged to Mia who was the pet of a friend in Blanco. Mia died at a very old age in the woods and friends found her body, but her head was missing. It wasn't until months later the same friends found her skull on a hike. I call this painting, Bastet, the Egyptian goddess of the home, domesticity, women's secrets, cats, fertility, childbirth, after life and the moon.

"Blodeuwedd"

Acrylic on clayboard | 5" x 5" | $150

This skull belongs to a barred owl. Bladeuwedd is a Welsh goddess whose face was made of flowers. The turn of events in her own infidelity against her husband came with punishment of magicians turning her into an owl. In her new form she mourns the loss of love and reminds us that our relationships are fragile, and our beauty is only skin deep.

"Eostre"

Acrylic on clayboard | 5" x 5" | $150

The pagan goddess Eostre represents spring, fertility, and dawn. Her name gives us the word "Easter." Jack rabbit or hares are considered taboo to harm or hunt as they believed to be shape shifters of women.

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Karen Woodward

"Cheerful Orange Dude with a Fashionable Hat"

Flameworked glass sculptures with steel pedestal | $165

"Chicken of the Apocalypse"

Flameworked glass sculptures with steel pedestal | $275

"Really Pissed Off Cat"

Flameworked glass sculptures with steel pedestal | $120

The Fortuneteller

Flameworked glass sculptures with steel pedestal | $175

"Psycho Parrot"

Flameworked glass sculptures with steel pedestal | $150

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Kate Donalson

"Pug Life"

Graphite on Paper | 8" x 8" | $500

Known for being sociable, charming, and goofy companion dogs, it is difficult to look at their wrinkly faces without cracking a smile. Their faces exude personality and that is what inspired me to use a pug as a subject for this piece.

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Katie Ryan Donahue

"Under The Willow Tree"

Watercolor On Paper | 9.5" x 16" | $500

The image is a memory of a special time and place enclosed in a glass jar for safe keeping.

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Katie Stahl (Houndoggle Art)

"Bone-a Lisa"

Fine art photograph | 5” x 6” (uf), 9.25” x 10.25” (f) | $250

"Fridog Kahlo"

Fine art photograph "| 5” x 6” (uf), 9.25” x 10.25” (f) | $250

"Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Bulldogs"

Acrylic on canvas | 8" x 10" (uf), 9.25" x 11.25" (f) | $350

Portrait of bulldog as Willie Nelson

"Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Labradors"

Acrylic on canvas | 12" x 12" (uf), 13.25" x 13.25" (f) | $400

Portrait of chocolate lab as Waylon Jennings.

"The Dog with a Pearl Earring"

Fine art photograph | 5” x 7” (uf), 9.25” x 11.25” (f) | $250

"The Son of Dog"

Fine art Photograph | 5” x 7” (uf), 9.25” x 11.25” (f) | $250

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Kelli Horan

"Dusk"

Woodburning mixed media | 12"x12" (16"x16" framed) | $155

A graphic interpretation of a butterfly wing burned in wood and colored with watercolor and gold fleck.

"Dust"

Woodburning mixed media | 12"x12" (16"x16" framed) | $155

A graphic interpretation of a butterfly wing burned in wood and colored with watercolor and gold fleck.

"Embers"

Woodburning mixed media | 12"x12" (16"x16" framed) | $155

A graphic interpretation of a butterfly wing burned in wood and colored with watercolor and gold fleck.

"Poison"

Woodburning mixed media | 12"x12" (16"x16" framed) | $155

A graphic interpretation of a butterfly wing burned in wood and colored with watercolor and gold fleck.

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Kerry Hugins

"All the Cacti"

Watercolor and aquarelle on arches paper | 12” x 24” | $225

"Rosy Pink Echinacea"

Watercolor and illustration pen on arches paper | 11” x 14” | $315

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Lily Koufer

"Guldfisk"

Mixed Media | 9" x 12" | $175

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Lisa Bussett

"Carousel"

Oil on Wood Panel | 36" x 48" | $1200

A vintage carousel can be found in the Visconde da Luz Garden in Cascais, Portugal. Once the only park in town with swings and slides for children, it’s now where elders meet to sit in comfortable silence. Minds with such minute detail can summon back the past, through memories vague of half-forgotten things.

Giclee prints available

"Tjuntjunjarra Man"

Oil on Wood Panel | 36" x 36" | $1200

A friend sent me a photograph of a man she met while working in the remote Aboriginal community of Tjuntjunjarra. This community became the home of the Spinifex People, indigenous Australian people of Western Australia, who were removed from their homelands prior to British nuclear testing in the late 1950’s. This man spoke no English, held his pants up with a rope, would have been in his late teenage years during the testing and resettlement, and was one of the most esteemed elders of the community.

Giclee prints available

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Love Studio Ceramics

"Tentacle Mugs"

Goldenrod - Tentacle Mug | 4" x 3.5" x 5" | $75 each

The plum, white, & mint - Tentacle Mugs | 4" x 3" x 6" | $75 each

They are all wheel-thrown with mid-fire stoneware clay and feature hand-built handles and food-safe glazes. ", and the

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M. L. Keating

"Kudu"

Prismacolor drawing of kudu mounted on tissue collage. Double matted and framed. | 28" x 30" | $600

"Steer"

Acrylic on canvas | 16" x 20" | $350

"Two Queens"

Prismacolor drawing dry mounted | 16" x 20" | $250

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Martin Burke

"Princess of Duckling"

Acrylic and crayola slick stick on canvas | 40" x 30 " | $450

"The Ruins"

Acrylic and coaster on canvas | 30" x 40" | $450

"Who is This Child"

Acrylic and Sharpie on Canvas | 40" x 30" | $550

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Marty Lewis

"Homage to J.S. Bach"

Mixed media collage on paper | 9" x 12" | $250

"Into my dream with mtn. Quail"

Mixed media collage on book end | 11" x 14" | $250

"Narcissa"

Mixed media collage on paper | 9" x 12" | $250

"The cat walk"

Mixed media collage and found objects on board | 12" x 24" | $400

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My love for creation and art has only deepened and grown since having become a father. I've always loved art, collected it and admired those who create! This past year has been an amazing period in that what I am creating defines moments of growth, healing, and definition of things conscious and subconscious. I strive to create that which defines the naturalistic and universal in all of us.

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Mary Ishler

"Le Cat"

Watercolor | 13.25" x 16” x 1” | $250

Animals bring us healing through their companionship, warming touch and listening spirits. They call us back to the gifts of the present. A pet can be a “best buddy” and his family.

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Melih Aydincik

"Companion"

Digital Photography on Metal | 16"x24" | $195.00

**available in color & black/white

As a foreigner, I noticed that many cities, including my native Istanbul, share the problem of a growing homeless population. It's sad how common it's become and how the homeless are just another part of the landscape. A simple bond between this man and his dog shows that we're all the same. Homeless or not, we all need love and companionship.

"Seagulls"

Digital Photography on Metal | 16"x24" | $195.00

Traveling from the Asian side to the European side of Istanbul by ferry. Seagulls are racing with the ferry and each other to catch the food from feeding hands. On a clear blue sky, they look like they are dancing.

"Shoe shiner's cat"

Digital Photography on Metal | 16"x24" | $195.00

Old, wise shoe shiner at his usual corner.He's been there for decades and might likely be there a decade more. He and his cat sharing the warm evening sun and some love, enjoying the simple moment.

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Melissa Mote

"Midnight Cigarette"

Gouache on paper | 11" x 14" | $340

A quiet domestic scene where home is defined by the objects and creatures within it. Glowing plants outside the window are framed by a dark night. Indoors the scene is filled with subtle details amid rich colors and bold patterning, with references to Picasso and Mexican Amate paintings.

"Moonbathing"

Gouache on paper | 11" x 11" | $340

Moonbathing depicts a nude female figure in repose in a lush, shadowy walled garden under a vast starry sky and full moon. The figure is at once grounded and uninhibited, soaking up energy from the moon and the earth. The verdant garden glows in the moonlight, seemingly once manicured but approaching on overgrown. Whether the wall is meant to keep things out or in is ambiguous; is the figure a prisoner or a queen?

"The Fish Tank"

Oil on canvas | 12" x 16" | $340

The painting’s central figure is a lone woman in a strange room gazing into an empty fish tank, her back to the viewer. She is surrounded by oddly shaped furniture and an assortment of plants in unusual vessels. The loopy, wavelike pattern on the floor resembles water and wood at the same time or a material that is at once viscous and solid. The woman’s bizarre surroundings suggest a place that accessible only in a dream realm. The dark void in the floor echoes the emptiness of the fish tank, but also beckons, suggesting a portal.

"Truck Beams"

Gouache on paper | 11" x 14" | $340

Truck Beams shows a topless female figure alone in a rural landscape, walking alongside a dead end road that fades into an overgrown thicket. The headlights from the truck illuminate the otherwise dusky blue overgrowth, revealing rich neon greens. The painting expresses a tension between capture and control. The figure is at once dominant, perhaps teasing the driver and commanding the beams of light from the truck with the gestural movement of her right arm, and vulnerable, shielding her breasts from the unknown viewer in the vehicle and conspicuously alone.

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Michelle Lawrence Schwartz

"Fiona Sky"

Watercolor and Ink | 24" x 21'' | $475

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Neeka Allsup

"Julia and The Racoons"

Acrylic on wood | 28.5" x 26" | $500

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Norah Levine

“Manifest"

Beeswax, resin, pigments, photography on birch panel | 24" x 24" | $1585

“Resilient"

Beeswax, resin, pigments, photography on birch panel | 24" x 24" | $1585

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Norah’s work incorporates the medium of encaustic (beeswax and resin), oil pigment stick, pigments and embedded photography. Her pieces are comprised of many layers of these materials that are fused together with a torch or heat gun. She thoughtful and intuitively scrapes, incises, etches and paints the colors and textures and layers to create her final product. Each original photograph has informed and inspired the colors, textures and markings Norah includes in the final piece.

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RG Pettit

"Birds of a Feather (Blue)"

Oil | 12" x 12" | $450

First in a series exploring the human/animal connection. We are more alike than we are different. This piece is the cover of Bevie Magazine's October 2017 issue.

"Goat"

Oil | 11" x 14" | $490

Goats are fascinating, gregarious creatures. This guy has something to say!

"Grey/Hound"

Oil | 11" x 14" | $490

Greyhounds have beautiful sleek lines, and I find all shades of gray so calming and elegant.

"Not a Trophy"

Oil | 9" x 12" | $375

In memory of Cecil, and all the other lions killed for sport. This is how they all should be living their lives: relaxed and free.

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Robert Calloway

"Claw Bay"

Acrylic paint, modeling paste & non-toxic epoxy resin | 2’x2’ | $800

This painting is called Claw Bay and was created through a build-up of multiple painting layers in between three layers of epoxy resin. Building up each wave layer to create depth and to draw your eye inwards to see details that may be missed from far away. The rocky cliff layers are sculpted on with modeling paste and then painted to create depth. The cliffs allow for a tactile response as they breach the top layer of resin, allowing for a unique experience.

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Robert Safuto

"Watery Eyes And Blue Skies"

Photographic print | 11" x 14" print in 16" x 20" frame | $125

The wonderful reflection of the Lamar Boulevard bridge on Lady Bird Lake creates perfect oval shapes that remind me of eyes. This also happens to be one of the best places in Austin to admire our gorgeous skies due to the limited development in the Barton Springs/Zilker Park area on the far side of the bridge.

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Rydia Mün

"Europa"

Acrylic on canvas | 16" x 20" | $275

"Nude Bird Reclining"

Acrylic on canvas | 18" x 24" | $480

Nude Bird embodies personal inner conflict. She dwells in the place where life and death meet, light and dark, inspiration and denial.She finds that within duality there are elements that seem as if in conflict but are in actuality working together . Woman is the creator of life, the mother, yet bird woman wears a face of death."

"Winter among Friends (horses in snow)"

Acrylic on canvas | 31.5" x 25.5" | $395

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Scott Wilkes (Ironheart Welding)

"Tiger Lily"

Steel sculpture | 30" x 16" x 12" | $2,400

Made from a thousand or so small steel rods welded together to create a soft flowing female form. She is mounted on a steel plate so she can stand tall with pride. Her form is smooth to the touch but the edges are sharp and pointed like teeth. To me: she is a representation of the beautiful grace of the female form yet keeping in mind the animalistic quality of a woman, and that if handled wrong she can bite from every edge of her being. Treat every woman like the flower they should be. If you don't you will, could and should be bitten. Admire the beauty, respect the woman!

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Sean Sczepanik

"Monday"

Acrylic on canvas | 54"x42" | $1800.00

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Sharen Craddock

"Precious Moments"

Prismacolor, pencil on birch wood | 23.75" x 20" (uf), 30" x 20" (f) | $750

Pure innocence of children and their pets, one helping the other.

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Shelly Floyd

"Black & White 3"

Acrylic on paper | 16" x 20" | $225

"Black & White 5"

Acrylic on paper | 16" x 20" | $225

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Tarah Luke

"Amy’s Ice Creams"

Watercolor and India Ink Pen, mounted on a stained birch wood panel | 10" x 10" x 1.5" | $165

Amy’s Ice Creams on South Congress in Austin.

"Bordeaux"

Acrylic paint marker on repurposed windowpane with repurposed burlap coffee sack. | 27" x 23" x 2" | $295

Cathedral in Bordeaux, France. Image captured during artist’s travels. Painted on a 100+ year old windowpane salvaged from a home in Round Top, Texas.

"Liberty"

Watercolor and India Ink Pen, mounted on a stained birch wood panel | 5" x 7" x 1.5" | $120

Liberty Bar and Bijou Studio Tattoo in East Austin.

"Lisbon"

Watercolor and India Ink Pen, mounted on a stained birch wood panel | 5" x 7" x 1.5" | $150

Viewpoint from a hilltop in Lisbon, Portugal overlooking the Tagus Estuary. Image captured during artist’s travels.

"Madrid"

Watercolor and India Ink Pen, mounted on a stained birch wood panel. | 8" x 6" x 1.5" | $160

Street view in downtown Madrid, Spain. Image captured during artist’s travels.

"Prague Viewpoint"

Watercolor and India Ink Pen, mounted on a stained birch wood panel. | 8" x 8" x 1.5" | $160

Viewpoint from a hilltop in Prague, Czech Republic. Image captured during artist’s travels.

"Streets of Prague"

Watercolor and India Ink Pen, mounted on a stained birch wood panel. | 8" x 8" x 1.5" | $160

Street view in Prague Historic District, Czech Republic. Image captured during artist’s travels.

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Vi Nguyen

"Late Night Stroll"

Colored Pencil and Sharpie | 8.5x11" | $250

**Murchison student

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Vonetta Berry

"The Enchanted Musician - Cello 2015"

Photograph, painted bodies | 20” x 16” | $995

This image features a cellist being enchanted by his muses...His cello!

"The Enchanted Musician - Drum 2015"

Photograph, painted bodies | 20” x 16” | $995

This image features our Drummer, feeling the energies of his muses, the drums themselves.

"The Enchanted Musician - Guitar 2015"

Photograph, painted bodies | 20” x 16” | $995

This image features the musician communicating with his must/guitar while creating pure magic.

"The Enchanted Musician - Keyboard 2015"

Photograph, painted bodies | 20” x 16” | $995

This image illustrates the musician’s connection to the muse as a keyboard. He is so inspired by her, that he creates a masterpiece.

"The Enchanted Musician - Microphone 2015"

Photograph, painted bodies | 20” x 16” | $995

This image illustrates features a vocalist, dancing with his muse, the microphone.

"The Enchanted Musician - Saxophone 2015"

Photograph, painted bodies | 20” x 16”| $995

This image features a saxophonist becoming enchanted by his saxophone.

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Yvette Lai

"Shark"

Linoleum Block Print | 9" x 11" | $60

I was inspired by a chicken. Every detail of the chicken was carved precisely.

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