Madison works with local pigments to make her paints far off the beaten path in Kingston, AR. Her subjects are drawn from nature, and while her palette is limited, the earthy colors lend an old-world look to her entire portfolio. She partners with the very soul of the earth: ocher rich stones, soot, and charred bone.
On IG: @wildozark
My art studio and gallery, River Gallery Co., is in the Commerce Mall on the square in Harrison. I have been painting nearly a year. The gallery also has 12 other local artists who have works inside! I love painting wet on wet oils, but also enjoy acrylics. River Gallery Co on FB
I have been painting the Buffalo River for the past 9 years. I love painting landscapes, wildlife and, of course, the Buffalo River. I also enjoy multi-media abstractions. Experimental art is my passion which I hope will add interest to my landscape paintings in the future. My art is based in nature and is created to let you see its beauty and instill a wish to preserve nature for our future generations.
Portraying what I see in nature is my favorite subject. I like to use different mediums and styles, though I usually cycle back to watercolor, oil, acrylic and charcoal. I teach art at a local homeschool co-op and love to spend my free time hiking and horseback riding on the Buffalo.
I am an 18-year-old college student studying for an art degree. I wrote, illustrated, and published my first book, "M.I.A.", at age 16 and my second book, "M.I.A. and the Book of Damien", at age 17. I create in many different mediums and many kinds of subject matter, but stylized art captures my heart.
Married to Vickie for over 40 years. The father of seven and grandfather of ten or eleven. I enjoy riding and drawing horses, among other things.
I attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Moody Bible Institute, the University of Tennessee, and North Arkansas College...and still don’t know what I want to be when I grow up.! I enjoy, pencils, pens and paint.
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February 20 bi-monthly business meeting is being combined with Art After Hours at the Boone County Library. We'll meet @5:30 p.m. in the downstairs meeting room, then go upstairs to view the student art show.