Enjoy this online gallery of our current members' artworks.
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Artist: Steph Moraca
Steph has been painting realism landscapes for 20 years. She began working with acrylics and now works primarily with oil paint on canvas. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Arts from The University of Pittsburgh in 2012 and works full time professionally as a fine artist from her Bridgeville studio. She's inspired by golf courses, national parks, and other natural landscape scenes. Steph Moraca accepts commissions- you may find out more about her on her artist website stephmoracafineart.com.
Steph Moraca's Paintings:
Artist: Nancy Kenney
Nancy has been painting for over 40 years. She is inspired by a wide variety of subject matter and uses various mediums in her work.
Nancy Kenney's Artwork:
Artist: Sue Denner
During her youth, Sue Denner could usually be found carrying around a sketch pad and charcoals. By age 14, a paintbrush was placed in her hand and an ongoing love began. Growing up in Shadyside, she took art courses at what is now the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.
Being busy with a husband, together raising three wonderful children, and working, she somehow continued to find time for her art. After putting her children to bet and taking care of household duties, she would work deep into the night sculpting and painting.
Finally, after a long and rewarding career with the airlines, she retired and devoted more time to her art. While her primary choice of medium is oil paint, she also works with watercolor, pen and ink, acrylics, figure sketching, and sculpting. She continues to take classes, exhibit her work in art shows, and sells her work.
Sue Denner's Paintings:
Artist: Christina Parker
Christina has been teaching art in public schools in Pennsylvania since 2002. Her work was featured in an art show for educators entitled "Significant and Sublime" at the Panza Gallery in Pittsburgh. She received her Masters degree in art education from Carlow University and considers her time spent there very significant to who she is as an artist. She has been painting in acrylics the last several years and has been working on a series of paintings from her travels. Each painting Christina creates has a personal meaning to her. Teaching full time and taking care of her family does not leave much time for the studio, but when she gets there, she finds it very fulfilling. Christina deeply enjoys sharing her love of art with her students and her family.
Christina Parker's Paintings:
Artist: Pat Miyamoto
Pat Miyamoto's Paintings:
Artist: Diane Murray
Diane Murray's Artwork:
Artist: Sally Cordis
Sally Cordis' Artwork: