Deborah Harold is an award-winning artist who paints daily and what she translates is a loose, fresh, distinctive style that is her own. Using a keen sense of color enables her to capture the essence of impressionism and abstraction using oils. Her work is in juried shows, galleries, home interior shops, charity events and hangs in countless homes across the country and abroad. Painting is a life-long journey, and through years of studying art Deborah will continue to find her voice, further her abilities, and tell her story through her paintings.
Seeking to venerate the essence of the human experience, Alrik Yuill explores his own identity and adaptive perceptions. Alrik sees art as participating in the creation of our realities. His art is a representation of his internal odyssey and spiritual journey through a material experience. His art is a meditative process that enables him to emote his psyche as well as present a symposium for reflection through sculpture, paintings, and other two-dimensional works.
His style is characterized by the conscious interaction between the raw and the defined, chaos and order, within the expanse of space. Abstract, inner personal, and existential concepts are explored in his figurative sculpture and painting. Many of his abstract paintings are inspired by the ocean, horizon, sky and sun.
Sometimes life’s most simple pleasures make the strongest statement, like shopping at an outdoor market or sipping coffee at a street café. Wendy Johnson creates her artwork precisely this way. Simple subjects, shapes and colors to create the essence of the “joie de vie.” Time spent in Provence Tuscany has enabled her to readily transport the viewer to the lands of quaint villages with fragrances of lavender and flowering thyme in the air. In 1990, she opened an atelier and gallery, “The South of France,” in the burgeoning artist colony of Newport Beach, California. Wendy’s paintings are in private and corporate collections throughout the U.S. and Europe.
Wendy’s paintings will be on display at Alta April 1st – May 31st.