Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Naples New Year's Art Show - III

My photographs from the weekend art show end today.


Glory Sheba Spinuzzi is from Sri Lanka.  She is a self taught artist who focuses on seascapes and still lifes.  Many artists' rendering of waves seem wooden to me, but Glory's paintings capture the light, movement and force beautifully.  Glory has been on this blog before with a still life.


Linda Heath's father talked her out of an art career out of college, so she spent years in commercial real estate and diplomatic service.  In Japan on business, she saw Gyotaku, the art of daubing fish and other marine life in paint and rolling them on rice paper.  She was hooked.  It is what she does now.


Lorri Honeycutt is a photographer with a sense of humor.  She stages photographs with the miniature people used in model train sets to make her viewers look twice.


Dennis Goodman is a Naples fine arts photographer who specializes in wildlife and nature. 
You see some alligators and the Naples Pier on the wall behind Dennis.

10 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

It's great to see all this talent in one place.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

There's an awful lot of talent in Hartford Jack, thanks for showing ✨

William Kendall said...

Glory's work particularly speaks to me.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Always inspiring to see the work of other photographers. I don't think I shall be daubing fish in paint any time soon though.

RedPat said...

This looks like it was an excellent show, Jack! It is always inspiring to see good work.

Tanya Breese said...

These are great but my goodness Glory's painting is amazing! Looks like a photograph and even more impressive that she's self taught!

bill burke said...

Another great series of talented artists. Glory's seascape paintings are stunning, I love her work.
Thanks for showing these creative artists. I have enjoyed seeing them. Nice job, Jack!

Grzegorz Różycki said...

Pozdrawiam.

Karl Demetz said...

The first portrait is fantastic, Jack !

Kay said...

More great work but Glory's is really gorgeous. She really gets water and light. And there's so much movement in her painting. I love it!