Mission Artists United ~ A Few Photos from Open Studios

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Please pardon the photography. I took these photos on my phone and didn’t want to wait too long to post a few of my favorites from Open Studios this weekend. I highly encourage visiting their sites and taking a look around. Obviously, their work is so much better in person but these were definitely some of the pieces I enjoyed. Click on the artist’s name to learn more about them: Diane Komater, Jonathan Barcan, and Sonya Philip

5 responses to “Mission Artists United ~ A Few Photos from Open Studios”

  1. No need to pardon the photography. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing. 🙂 Gorgeous line work and paintings….I’m LOVING the ink drawings of the faces.

    1. Thank you so much for the comment! Mission Artists United Open Studios are always a treat. There are always 2-3 artists that impress me with their work, work ethic, and willingness to explore different mediums and methods.

  2. For a moment there I thought they were all one artist’s rendering. But I didn’t fail to notice the depth, mystery and intricacy of design. I liked each and every one of them.

    I took special notice, though, of Sonya’s. (I know there’s more to it than meets the eye.)

    Those two pieces made a connection to my pet world of color and cuteness!

    1. Sonya’s work is great. Often times, people see knitting and crocheting as mere craft and not a medium that can translate into fine art. Yet, Sonya was able to do this. Other artists that I love that work with textiles in an amazing way include Lacey Jane Roberts and Sonya Clark.

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