Project Category: Acrylic

Curtis Keeler

Under the wing of “Lefty” Dimaggio, Curtis Keeler was given scrap wood, guidance and a few tools to build with as a youth. A 30+ year career in carpentry evolved into a second career designing and building cabinets and furniture pieces with the accent on primitives. He is a veteran trained as a Photographic Interpretor/Cartographer and served in Viet Nam. Widely recognized as a Master Carpenter/Craftsman, Curtis has worked on projects for Clint Eastwood, Paul Anka, Doris Day, the “Doc” Ricketts family, and The Whaling House in Monterey. Curtis currently paints daily.

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Christina Madden

I paint to express an emotion or moment in time. I paint a variety of subjects in many mediums and find in each a joyful challenge; I’m currently experimenting with abstract expressionism. I show my work at the Portland Art Museum, in galleries throughout Southern Oregon and the Saatchi Gallery in London. My father was an artist and my great-great-grandfather was George Inness, an artist of the Hudson River School.

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Andre Satie

I entered my first competition in 1957, in Redding, California, my home town. Those first two paintings took 1st in oil and Best of Show. Today, after 60 years of painting, I feel free to paint what wants to be painted — and sometimes, it’s a surprise to me what comes off the easel. My intention and objective is always to express Love and to uplift and to enliven the viewer.

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Pegi Smith

A self-taught artist whose evocative style is accomplished with acrylics, inks, metallics and pigments. Pegi’s paintings are in private collections in Switzerland, Australia and throughout the US, and were featured in the 2009 edition of “International Contemporary Masters.” Her work is often available at many galleries and artisans’ markets all along the West coast.

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