Renea has made many friends in the art world, networking and traveling. Here are highlighted just a few of them:
Steve Zaluski is a mid career international artist who created sculptures of welded bronze and aluminum and has installed them around the world, in places such as Hong Kong, Tokyo, England, France, Germany, Israel, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, St. Croix, Grand Cayman, Australia, Canada and almost every state in the United States. He also creates paintings, mobiles, music, and performance art installations and video art.
Check out more of his bio and his portfolio at his website: www.zaluskisculpturestudios.com
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Allan Rodewald is a Houston-based abstract, contemporary artist featured in national as international collections and galleries. His abstract works are created in multimedia on cavas, glass, metal, and more. He is highly distinguished for his mural work, which is sought after in collections across the nation. In addition, he is a residential and commercial art consultant, bringing years of extensive experience, knowledge, and expertise. His company is called Expressive Design Studios and it devotes most of its attention to in custom paint and graphic arts for commercial use and private individuals. They currently focus on meeting increasing demand for murals and commercial graphics for businesses and restaurants such as River Oaks Grill, The Aquarium, in downtown Houston, and a spectacular 7ft. by 70 ft. mural in the information center of Houston City Hall.
Check out his website: www.allanrodewald.com
Check out his work on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/bonnieadair/allan-rodewald-art/
Marcus Mann is a Houston-based contemporary artist working in a studio inside the prestigious Lyric Centre. His popular depictions of outdoor scenes are somewhat realist and somewhat impressionist, transceding the traditional boundary between genres. Marcus Mann is also an avid philanthropist, generously donating his time and artwork to dozens of charities and foundations.
Check out his website: www.marcusmann.com
Gino Milesmoved to Santa Fe in 1983, where he worked in a bronze foundry and art gallery, later opeing his own business in which he enlarged and cast bronze sculptures of his own, as well as other sculptors. By 2003, he had assembled a large body of work and opened Sculpture 619, a gallery on Canyon Road in Santa Fe’s art district. Gino’s work combines his love of classical forms, which he studied throughout Europe, and his love of objects found in nature. His forms and figures are timeless, subtly reminiscent of ancient cultures long past.
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Also in Sante Fe, one of Renea’s favorite galleries resides: Gallery Elysee. This gallery contains designer jewelry, painting, and sculpture and is located on Canyon Road.
Check out its website: www.elyseefineart.com