Monday, January 7, 2019

Some of the artists


I love Texan Lorri Honeycutt's whimsical photographs.  She poses little figures in her works,
in clever ways to generate a smile. 


I went home with this one, two small figures painting the inside of an orange lily.


Sue Lances creates colorful clothing from handmade chenille cloth she makes herself.


I love Glory Sheba Spinuzzi's large paintings with ocean waves.  The viewer can almost smell the water and hear it as it crashes against the shore. 


Guiteau Lanoue is a Haitian artist.  He rolls cotton paper, arranges it in geometric patterns
 and paints it.  Some are reminiscent of African patterns and others seem Cubist. 


John Mascoll is an artistic woodturner who creates beautiful Asian-inspired urns.


Sanibel-based artist Shah Hadjebi paints realistic Florida birds.


I lied.  They aren't artists.  They were potential buyers.

6 comments:

RedPat said...

I like the piece that you bought, Jack!

Sharon Anck said...

I like that piece you bought. Very clever work. And, I love those wood urns.

William Kendall said...

Wonderful portraits and art!

jennyfreckles said...

Ha, that's a fun piece. I love the wooden urns too.

Cloudia said...

How wonderful to attend and see the art! Thank you

Stefan Jansson said...

Wow. I rally like Lorri's work.