The Scottsdale Arts District is proud to welcome ten accomplished and distinctive female artists to the famed Marshall Gallery on Main Street. Their work will be on display, along with all artist's live paintings during the event, for the public to experience.
The invitees run the gamut of contemporary fine art disciplines and genres, from landscape depictions, to symbolic and figurative renderings as well as abstract realism.
Here are the featured artists on display:
- Naomi Brown’s inspirational religious works have depicted Southwest and Western landscapes for nearly two decades.
- Carol Estes explores freedom of expression and mystery in her abstract work. Her colors and images reflect inner buoyancy and optimism.
- Whitney Gardner’s fascination with rugged scenery led her to an artful study of the region’s landscape.
- Elena Golberg was born in Siberia and trained with acclaimed Soviet painters. She has grown to love her new home in the desert, specializing in Saguaro and other flora.
- Shari Lyon incorporates an ancient process of painting called encaustic, which involves a hot melted mixture of beeswax and damar resin.
- Kim Randleas’ paintings are a soft-spoken tribute to a fleeting moment; a bird about to take flight or a woodland creature’s quick glance.
- Jennifer Rasmusson sees abstraction everywhere, interpreting the world around her by its shadowy depths, shapes and contours that hide in plain sight.
- Vanessa Rusczyk wants people to see the beauty in native plants and habitats and understand that these are more than just pretty flowers amid beautiful landscapes.
- Harper Henry is an award-winning, Arizona-based artist creating vibrant, abstract-realistic paintings focused mainly on horses and historical western figures.
- Christy Stallop's work is greatly influenced by the West. Her subjects range from local landscapes to whimsical grackle birds that border on the absurd.
Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind collection of accomplished women artists displaying their formidable bodies of work under one roof at The Marshall Gallery on Main Street, in the center of Old Town Scottsdale!