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GOT ART: Our Favorite Local Artists

Austin takes great pride in its arts and culture scene! We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite local artists that we’re sure you’ll enjoy!

Diana Greenberg

Both patterns from nature and figurative paintings are morphed into these abstracted color field studies featuring white, vibrant color washes and built up layers of oil.

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Julie Maren

Originally a painter and sculptor, Maren blended her skills, bringing about a new unique medium – “Biophilia” installations – they are both wall sculptures and 3-dimensional paintings. Maren is based out of Colorado but a frequent visitor to ATX.

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Honora Jacob

Rendered in oil on canvas and Plexiglas, these portraits of women via the accoutrements of women: dresses, worn by faceless figures are the focal point in these colorful and elegant paintings.

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Priscilla Robinson

Explore visual interpretations of seasons, growth, and the rebirth of plants and light through the use of various materials, textures, translucency, and color.

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Joe Janson

Manipulated wire that is subtly shaped and alludes to the human figure, Janson’s pieces tend to dance between two and three dimensional as they cast their complex shadows, further complicating as well as explaining their form.

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Sarah Ferguson

Experimenting with the trifecta of light, color, and perception for two decades, Ferguson aims to evoke introspection through her paintings.

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Erin Donahue Tice

These one-of-a-kind pieces from local abstract and contemporary artist, Erin Donahue Tice, are sure to make a statement with her free-flowing techniques.

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Caprice Pierucci  |  Sculptures

Working mostly with wood, these stunning sculptures are mostly linear and use progressive rhythm to create movement and shadow.

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Joyce Howell

Elements of nature are explored in Howell’s abstract paintings through rich patterns, texture, shadow, and light that grows more complex the closer one looks.

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Kyle Bunting

Working exclusively with cowhides, Bunting’s designs are colorful, experimental, and luxurious. Offering everything from rugs to furniture to wall coverings.

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Stephanie Strange

An interdisciplinary artist whose practice engages drawings on paper, kinetic hanging art, concrete installations; and an extensive venue of typewriter inspired art.

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Revi Meicler

Always present to impermanence when painting, Meicler’s pieces incorporate geometric shapes that are a counterpoint to their natural forms, creating a conversation within the piece about movement and permanence.

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Kathy Womack

Paintings that are full of drama and provoking imagery based on fashion, anatomy, and emotion. Be sure to check out the Women and Wine series which has 40+ images in the collection.

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