Reginald Baylor became infatuated with the line and its theories and function during a philosophy class in college. He developed his linear style through a word of advice from a California straight-edge, minimalist artist who suggested that Reginald use masking tape as a tool for decisively executing the linear quality in his work.To learn more about Reginald please visit www.reginaldbaylor.com.
Fred Bell is a Milwaukee artist who feels that each portrait must work as a painting and a portrait. His portraits are paintings with people in them. They work first as art and second as an image of a certain person. The emotions of the sitter are conveyed through pose, composition and empathy. The feelings in the art come from the bold brush strokes, colors, and simplification. To learn more about Fred please visit www.fredbellpaintings.com.
Kerry Rose Ramsden
Kerry Rose Ramsden is a classically trained artist who works in a variety of traditional and modern mediums. The influences for her work come from her childhood in Europe, and subsequent introduction to the works of the old masters, and her daily observation of life and the people around her. To learn more about Kerry and her work please visit www.kerryroseramsden.com.