Born in Argentina, Alejandro has resided in Hawaii for the last ten years.  Since 1998, his abstract art has appeared in several group and solo exhibitions in the USA.


    Andy is a long-time San Clemente resident who studied art in Whittier and has continuously created for the last 40 years in multiple mediums. He has shown his work at Rio Hondo College, Whitter College, Cal Poly Pamona, Santa Fe Springs Civic Center, multiple art associations.


    Mr. McCracken is a self-taught artist who creates works of art in many different mediums. He is inspired by naturally occurring scenery and phenomenon, as he paints enhanced and often abstracted views of some of the most spectacular aspects of nature.


    His travels, teamed with his appreciation of Mid-Century design, were to become the inspiration for his art. Influenced by the designers of the 1950s like Charles and Ray Eames and George Nelson, Christian has developed a distinct style using layers of resin combined with bold colors and hard lines.


    David’s approach to painting is unique. With no formal training he relies on trust, intuition and instinct. Each piece motivated by an intention to uplift and empower those that spend time with his art.


    Residing in Southern California, Jacob started painting in his late teens. He studied art and 3 dimensional design through college. His interest in abstract art started in his early twenties when he was inspired by resin artists Bruce Riley and Mike Mozart. Jacob began practicing with epoxy resin and various mediums and developed his own techniques and approach to resin art.


    Jacques Garnier was born in Los Angeles, California in 1948. He received his undergraduate degree with honors in French in 1969 at the University of California and a Master’s Degree in 1971 in French Literature from the University of California, Santa Barbara.


    James Hill has been exhibiting art for over twenty five years.  In 1982, he received a Visual Arts Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, and in 1987 was the recipient of a Penny McCall Foundation Grant.

  • Jordan Christian

    Jordan Christian’s studio is currently located in Santa Ana at Logan Creative, a creative collective in a converted industrial hangar, near the historic downtown arts district.


    The art of photography is a statement that is unique to each individual. It is Larry’s mission to strive for images that will strike an emotion with its viewers. Whether it be excitement, awe, sorrow, or any other thought; allowing the observer to feel is the goal.


    “Don’t think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide if it’s good or bad, whether they love it or hate it. While they are deciding, make even more art.” (Andy Warhol) Lorin tries to use what he has learned and experienced as an artist to bring something to his paintings that gives the viewer a different take on how images can relate to one another.


    Ocean-minded artist Nathan Paul Gibbs was born in Washington State on the Kitsap Peninsula, and raised from 13 on, in North East Florida where he picked up surfing. The water has always been a strong influence in his life, and therefore transfers into his art. Since 1999 he lives and works on his art career in South Orange County and abroad.


    Patrick Servedio’s serious artistic endeavors began at the College of Charleston.   It was there that he encountered the strong artistic personalities of John Michel, Cliff Peacock, and Tom Durham.


    Paul has chosen to work in the area of 21st Century Pictorialism. His goal is to communicate story by exploring imaging in a new arena, one which is as different from photography as watercolor is from oil.

  • REX

    Rex has been creating, drawing, and spray painting since he was able to walk.  He lives in San Clemente and is very much part of the young, vibrant, yet defiant surf/skate culture practically born in this town.


    Rick J. Delanty is an award-winning plein air and studio painter, with a decades-long passion for bringing the landscape to life on canvas. Employing oil and acrylic pigments to board and canvas, while creating landscape forms from energetic, inspired brushstrokes, Delanty invites the viewer to consider with him the power and beauty of land and sea.


    Swalla’s recent work has been mostly in the medium of oil and wax; both the cold and heated. She uses layers to build depth, alternating between opaque and translucent, and often finds herself scraping much of it back to reveal the moments of light she loves so much. This process mirrors the effects of life experiences on an individual as they grow and evolve.


    Susan Cox was educated in Fine Arts at California State University Long Beach and lived in England for 14 years where she painted and exhibited in galleries in the London and Oxfordshire areas.


    Thomas Elliott’s style is abstract expressionism using acrylic on canvas.  He has always painted abstracts, however now is doing this work at his age because he has come into his own and feels as though he is able to completely express himself and put all he wants into his works.

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