Did you know that of the more than 35 artists that Sorelle represents, six are award-winning creators in the Minted community? After winning Minted design challenges, these artists were granted stores and now sell limited-edition prints exclusively through Minted!
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Julia never strayed far from texture, paint and the mixing and layering of mediums, which are important components to Julia's work. In fact, Julia's most recent abstracts focus on deconstructing painted color palette studies through isolated images, and then rebuilding those studies with new form and composition.
See Julia's work here.
Carol C. Young is a landscape painter working in acrylics and oils. She is a plein air painter as well as a studio artist whose contemporary work is primarily identified by a bold use of light and shadow along with iconic depictions of structures within the rural landscape. A fine arts major at the College of New Rochelle, NY, her paintings have won several awards including best in show at the Pequot Library Art show in Connecticut, first place in the acrylic division at the Rowayton Arts Center in Connecticut, and second place for acrylics/oils at the Mary O. Fritchie Art Show in Westhampton Beach, New York.
Carol resides in Connecticut with her husband David, daughter Isabella, and two Long-Haired Whippets, Cobalt & Hopper.
See Carol's work here.
Teodora Guererra’s artistic vision has evolved through the years, which she has spent painting and teaching in Fairfield County, Connecticut, Tucson, Arizona, and Upstate New York. Arizona’s naturally radiant landscape and arid climate led her to experiment with rich under-painting and vivid colors, while the shifting seasons of the East Coast inspired her to pursue new application techniques like dripping and staining. Her focus has always been pushing the limits through experimentation with new materials.
See more of Teodora's work here.
Mary Gaspar is an abstract watercolor and acrylic painter from Chicago, Illinois. She painted at the Evanston Art Center throughout her youth and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois. Her abstract “Plant Cell” pieces derived from a “post baby fog” and the need to create work that portrays connection. She has been featured in Architectural Digest, Domino Magazine, Property Brothers and her work is collected internationally.
Mary paints in her home studio in Wilmette, Illinois where she lives with her husband, three young daughters and border collie. When she’s not painting, you can find her in her garden.
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