“Art on Wheels” 2017 Online Gallery

“Mack Fire Engine 1942” by Jill Hoy (Oil on Canvas, 16″ x 20″)

Jill Hoy’s work is in over 600 private and corporate collections in the United States. She has been a professional working artist for the past 40 years. The work she creates in Maine is inspired by direct observation of the landscape and includes seascapes, architecture, and gardens. This oil on canvas was painted plein air in 2017 on location at The Bickford Collection Pavilion in Yarmouth, ME. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Bullrolling” by Gail Clark (Oil and Conte on Canvas, 64″ x 54″) 

Gail Clark is a local artist who lives and works in Yarmouth, Maine. Her studio, where she has been for over 20 years, is located on the upper falls of the Royal River. This view has been the inspiration for many of her works. Gail holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in painting. She is a former art teacher who has exhibited her work widely, including national juried shows. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Red Truck” by Sandie Roberts (Acrylic on Canvas, 9″ x 7″)

Sandie Roberts says “In many ways I have been an artist my entire life, constantly rearranging my environment into more pleasing shapes and colors. I am happiest when creating in any media. As a youngster, art was my favorite subject and I tried many different media. In “the day” I painted many paint-by-numbers paintings and always changed them to suit my developing sense of color and arrangement. I was lucky enough to go to high school in a time when art was very accessible and I always added a class to my academic curriculum.” (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Truck Rust: Blue” by Berri Kramer (Photo Collage, 12″ x 18″)

Berri Kramer received her BFA in Design and Crafts, with a minor in art history at Kent State University and earned a Master’s degree from Lesley University in Fiber Arts. For 18 years she was a designer for Better Homes and Gardens and extensively explored color theory through quilt making. Berri is President of Heartwood College of Art.  (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Heritage” by Eliza F. Goodwin (Pen/Acrylic on Canvas, 36″ x 36″)

Eliza F. Goodwin lives in South Freeport and is a student at Waynflete. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 

 

 


“Brockway” by Sandie Roberts (Oil on Canvas, 16″ x 20″)

Sandie Roberts says “In many ways I have been an artist my entire life, constantly rearranging my environment into more pleasing shapes and colors. I am happiest when creating in any media. As a youngster, art was my favorite subject and I tried many different media. In “the day” I painted many paint-by-numbers paintings and always changed them to suit my developing sense of color and arrangement. I was lucky enough to go to high school in a time when art was very accessible and I always added a class to my academic curriculum.” (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Truck Rust: Autumn Patches” by Berri Kramer (Photo Collage, 8″ x 6″)

Berri Kramer received her BFA in Design and Crafts, with a minor in art history at Kent State University and earned a Master’s degree from Lesley University in Fiber Arts. For 18 years she was a designer for Better Homes and Gardens and extensively explored color theory through quilt making. Berri is President of Heartwood College of Art.  (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“My Green Jalopy” by Linda Horstmann (Acrylic and Pen on Canvas, 16″ x 20″) 

Linda Horstmann has an extensive background in fashion, art and color theory, and a passion for gardening and floral arranging. She enjoys painting with vibrant colors. Her paintings evolve from her love of nature, the beauty that surrounds her, and the inner peace that she feels when creating an image that has brought her great joy. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Chevy Truck” by K.C. Putnam (Brazed Steel, 20″ L x 7″ W x 7″ H)

K.C. Putnam came to Artascope Studios two years ago looking for something to do in retirement. He saw the metalsmithing studio and the rest is history. He is now the Monday monitor, and can also be found in the studio several days a week making sculptures, bowls and many other creative metal pieces. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Tree of Life” by Brigitte Gautschi (Acrylic on Linen, 20″ x 20″)  SOLD

Brigitte Gautschi’s life journey has been an exploration of her dreams and visions. She believes in continuous self-exploration and has found that it is through her creative development that she has discovered a peace that provides an artistic and spiritual freedom. Brigitte opened the Gautschi Center in Rockland in 2015, which serves as both an art gallery and an education center concentrating on creative and spiritual development. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Green Fire Truck” by Gay Peterson (Needle-felted Wool, 11″ x 14″)

Gay Peterson works in a diverse selection of media, including paint, fiber, glass, metal, and stone. Her art is inspired by the natural surrounds of her home in North Yarmouth and other far away places. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 

 


“My Red Truck” by Linda Horstmann (Acrylics and Pencil on Canvas, 16″ x 20″)

Linda Horstmann has an extensive background in fashion, art and color theory, and a passion for gardening and floral arranging. She enjoys painting with vibrant colors. Her paintings evolve from her love of nature, the beauty that surrounds her, and the inner peace that she feels when creating an image that has brought her great joy. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 


“Steamrolling” by Gail Clark (Acrylic on Board, 16″ x 14″ framed)

Gail Clark is a local artist who lives and works in Yarmouth, Maine. Her studio, where she has been for over 20 years, is located on the upper falls of the Royal River. This view has been the inspiration for many of her works. Gail holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in painting. She is a former art teacher who has exhibited her work widely, including national juried shows. (Click on photo to view full image.)

 

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