Cover Artist

Flowers for the Soul, by Martha dePoo Martha dePoo’s love of art began at an early age through the nurturing guidance of her artist mother, Suzie dePoo (Zuzek). Upon graduating from Key West High School in 1973, dePoo went to work in the art department of Key West Hand Print Fabrics where she rose to […]

My Afternoon, by Sally Rosenbaum Sally Rosenbaum is a California impressionistic painter of original oil paintings and lives in the Wine country of the Napa Valley. She celebrates the figures of women reading, ruminating and writing in her paintings as well as landscapes of the vineyards and valleys of the Napa and Sonoma area. She […]

Blushing Wind, by Teli Duncan Born and raised in Columbus, Georgia, Teli Duncan has loved art as far back as she can remember. The artist attended Auburn University, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Art, and now lives and works as a full-time painter in Charleston, South Carolina. Teli is a follower of Jesus, and is […]

Women and Wine Second Edition, by Kathy Womack After twenty years, the Women and Wine series is still ongoing – recruiting new admirers and collectors every day. Its broader appeal has blossomed into something relatable for most women. Much of the creativity in Kathy’s work is focused on the costumes or the fashion design on […]

No Excuses, by Kim Schuessler Kim Schuessler was born and raised in Georgia, and her southern roots run deep – you can even hear it when she speaks. As with most southerners, her faith is strong, her family comes first, and she is passionate about her work. Kim has traveled, studied and lived in many […]

Eleanor, by Abigail Behrens Abigail Behrens is a 16 year old Murrells Inlet local who attends The Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology as an advanced art major. She knew she had a passion for art from a very young age and began taking lessons at age 9, which eventually sparked a huge interest […]

All Wrapped Up in You, Red Shoe Series by Jacqui Faye A native Texan, Jacqui Faye works predominantly in acrylics, focusing on figurative works. Recognized for her “Red Shoe” series, Jacqui paints playful, innocent and sometimes provocative compositions using the red shoes to tell the story. Anonymity of her subjects plays an influential role in […]

Claire in Blue and Red, by Juliette Belmonte Born in Costa Rica, to a French mother and Argentinean father, Juliette was one of seven children in a large and adventurous family. She took to painting at a very young age, learning and working alongside her mother, a prolific and successful collage artist. Her parents fostered and […]

Cello Player, by Mike Daneshi Mike Daneshi has always admired art – it has been one of the great enjoyments of his life. Through time, he was inspired to express himself in many different mediums and styles of art. Mike began with realism in pastels, mostly drawing wildlife. But, as time passed, his abstract and […]

Almost Home, by Celia Wester A Charlotte, North Carolina, native and mother of two, who now calls Georgetown, South Carolina, home, Celia enjoys painting local scenery and shorebirds. The color, texture and patterns of nature are woven throughout her subject matter. “My objective is to create a greater awareness of all that is around us […]

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