Water Color

Barbara Martin Smith

Barbara Martin Smith

Rhythms of the process of creating are constant as well as ever changing. Omnipotence is present in these rhythms like a friend. When I retreat to my studio to paint, I carry this friend with me. Working with the fluidity of transparent watercolor on handmade paper parallels the seen and unseen, known and unknown, foreseen and recalled qualities of subject which emerge during the painting process. Each painting comes from within linking me with the past and the future. Each is a deliberate engagement with all that is mysterious and beautiful.

contact:
W: watercolorsmith.com
Tel: 314-961-6047
Mail: 980 North Berry Rd
Glendale, MO 6312


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Jack Eyler

John F. (Jack) Eyler

Jack Eyler graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 1952 with a major in advertising. He retired in 1986 as CEO of an advertising agency. 

During his years at Mizzou he drew cartoons for the campus humor magazine Showme, was art director for a production of the musical Carousel, and was the producer for two years of the Savitar Frolics, a campus show of musical skits. 

Over the years since then, Jack has painted watercolors. He paints a wide variety of subjects, primarily from photographs, including candid pictures of people, pets and wild life as well as community landmarks, events, historic buildings, personal residences, still lifes, old barns and landscapes, particularly winter scenes. His studio is located on a farm outside Columbia.


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Mary Douglass

Mary Douglass

Hello! Welcome to my corner of the art community. I have lived in the Columbia area 57 years and am a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia. I am a world traveler, photographer, watercolor artist, educational researcher, mother, grandmother, gardener, chef, wine maker, equestrienne, and tailor. After a lifetime of creating visual arts and vagabonding about the globe, I am sharing my work and the wonders I have found with you. Some of the places you’ll find in my work include many of our states, South Africa, New Zealand, and Scotland. I hope you enjoy what you see, and perhaps may inspire you to pick up crow quill, brush, or camera yourself. Thank you for sharing a bit of your time with mine.


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