Michelle Jung is recognized for her large-scale, impasto paintings depicting nature and beauty. Jung finds her inspiration living and working in the beautiful coastal communities of Northern California and Eastern Massachusetts.
“My hope is to bring attention to the importance of protecting our environment through the historical tradition and practice of representational oil painting.”
William Storck first studied with the master painter Naoto Nakagawa in Vermont and then at the Maryland Institute College of Art. His work has been exhibited in several museums across the United States and is in permanent collections as well as hundreds of private collections in the US, the UK and Europe.
Storck is a member of the American Society of Marine Artists.
Cindy considers the greatest gift given to her by her mother was the ability to see and observe the splendor of the natural world. She now uses that gift to express herself with pastels and occasionally oils.
Her goals in painting are twofold – to depict the beauty of commonplace segments of the environment and to capture a particular moment in time.
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"The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection"