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Autumn Vista



Georgia Priniotakis 

Web Site   Canada


In my work, I attempt to capture the confrontation between man and nature. In the modern chaos of the urban world, I ultimately seek a tranquil corner such as a garden or a patio with flowering pots and lazy rattan chairs. Watercolor, being a very spontaneous medium, dominates my work. Using glazes of pure color, wet on wet, and dry brush techniques, I can achieve accurate depictions of the subjects I paint. Acrylic, soft pastel, ink, separately or as mixed media, are utilized in order to achieve the mood of a particular painting. The smooth brush strokes portray the fragile magnificence of nature and often reflect the state of mind at that moment. However, bold, free, ‘nervous’ strokes bring out the ruggedness of a rock bitten by the rough waves of the sea. Winter scenes of a peaceful pond, sun rays protruding through the meager branches of a naked tree, and the joyful play of a winter sport have also been illustrated on my canvases. The attainment of this point in my artistic career has required hard work and continuous practice. This task does not put an end to all of the frustration inherent in painting, but provides the incentive to try harder. Thus the participation in as many juried art shows as my schedule will permit, as well as attending workshops conducted by Canadian and American well known artists have tremendously aided my art skills. For the past years I have taken classes in watercolor and design, under the supervision of Mme Madeleine Dusseault, Mme Lucie Chainée, Mr. Raynald Murphy, and Mr. Max Steibel, all signature artists of the Canadian Watercolor Association and the American Pastel Society.


Some Roofs of Paris

limited edition giclée prints

12" x 16": $125
15" x 20": $150

John B Martin 

Web Site    United States


In pursuing the medium of watercolor, I find ever more compelling and entrancing the qualities of color, light, reflection, luminosity and form as they appear and reappear in the visual world. I’m especially moved by the landscapes, seascapes, and architecture I observe during travels to western Europe, particularly in France and Scotland. I have also discovered with some delight that I can make something special out of the ordinary.

Indeed, so much of my inspiration flows from a deep attachment to each of these countries. As a young student I lived for a year in Brittany, but I also spent some of my time in Paris and the provinces. To this day I maintain a passion for the language and the cuisine. The impact upon me of French painting, especially the impressionists, endures. Who cannot be attracted to the dazzling and nuanced colors of Provence? For centuries it drew artists from everywhere. And Paris, inarguably the citadel of Western Art, continues to offer timeless and irresistible artistic vistas.

As for Scotland, it is the land of my father and our family’s clans and ancestors. Furthermore, it was my father who was my first artistic mentor. What I rediscovered over the last several years in visits to Scotland is the utterly awesome beauty of the Western Highlands - the incredibly volatile climate and shifts within hours of wind-driven purple skies and then brilliant rainbows and sunshine.

As a young child my earliest drawings and paintings earned me a scholarship to the Art Institute of Chicago. My serious study of watercolors, however, began relatively late in life when winding down my career as a clinical psychologist.

I now aspire to expand and to improve my palette and repertory, to study and to learn, knowing that the perfection I seek is unattainable.




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