Artist Online Gallery


The artists participating in the Art Guild of Greene would like you to know more about them and view their art pieces online. Enjoy browsing this gallery of very creative artists of Greene County!

 

Bobbie Burwell

Bobbie Burwell

Photographer

Bobie was born in Lafayette, Louisiana and raised in Laurel Missippi. She has deep Southern roots and is quite proud to be a “Southern Belle”. She graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree in Fine Arts, having studied art history, technique, design and composition. Her formal training taught her a lot, but her Grandmother is the source of her love for art and nature. Planting and admiring the results created a childlike wonder for Bobie. Her Grandmother used the inspiration of nature and its spectacular colors to create beautiful pottery. This in turn inspired her to a love of photography. Bobie says of her work: “I want to be close; I want you to be close. I want you to be part of the image, part of nature so you can feel it, smell it and be in awe of it too.” Her work has shown in many juried fine art shows and in galleries, and her pieces can be found in homes all over the country and beyond.

Click here for Bobie’s website.

Cat Denby

Cat Denby

Pastel Pencil & Graphite

Cat Denby is a pencil artist and graphic designer. Cat worked as a dog groomer and veterinary technician while she and her husband built the web site design company the couple founded in 1996. The demands of the company began to take up more of her time, and Cat left grooming and veterinary work to become the full-time Art Director for Web Weaving. Animals are still her passion – she spends her days creating art for web site clients, and her spare time drawing fur people for their devoted humans. Her work can be found in the homes of pet lovers worldwide.

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Dianne Ferrante

Water Color and Arylics

Dianne’s artistic and creative ability was influenced by a family of artists, craftsmen, and architects, and her love of art. She has taken formal instruction in drawing and painting throughout her life. For most of her life, Dianne worked for the Department of Defense as a Critical Infrastructure Program Analyst for terrorism and natural disasters. She is now retired and living in Greene County. Dianne enjoys creative projects with a current focus on watercolors and acrylics. She is fascinated with the mood of color and the feeling of being one with the art. Her inspiration is to paint water scenes like Winslow Homer, one of her favorite artists. Her other creative hobbies include interior decorating, designing fashion doll clothes and creating jewelry from crystals and beads. Dianne is in the process of starting a business called “All That Art” at Four Sisters Gallery with her three

Eloise Giles

Eloise Giles

Watercolor

Eloise studied art at the Pratt Institute and graduatee with BFA. She then went on to study with Edgar Whitney, Rex Brandt, R.E. Wood, Carl Molno and others. Her work is exhibited widely. She painted and taught watercolor for 44 years. She has work in collections in the USA, Nova Scotia, England, Europe, and Africa and has earned over 150 awards. She is an Honorary Life Member of the Art League of Long Island. She also belongs to the Central Virginia Watercolor Guild, she is the Initial Member of the Virginia Watercolor Society, and she is a Life and Initial Member of the Transparent Watercolor Society of American (TWSA).Wa

Terry Pratt

Terry Pratt

Portraiture

Terrence Pratt Barboursville, VA Shenandoahfineart.com 434-242-0628 terry@shenandoahfineart.com About the Artist Terrence (Terry) Pratt has been making portraits, landscapes, still lifes, and other art pieces for almost 20 years. It’s his second career and he loves it. He was trained at the Corcoran School of Art and Design in Washington, DC. From 2004-06 he owned the Laughing Lion Studio and Gallery on Water Street in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia, just a few steps off the downtown mall. From 2006-08 he maintained a display space at the Crossroads Art Cen-ter in Richmond, Virginia. He joined the Palette Art Gallery in Stanardsville, Virginia, in 2014. His studio is now in the pretty little town of Madison, Virginia. Terry holds a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin and pursued a successful 35-year first career as an author and teacher in the field of comput-er science. He served on the faculties of the University of Virginia, the Univer-sity of Texas at Austin, and Michigan State, and held a top-level research posi-tion at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center from 1992-99. He was listed in Who’s Who in America from 1979-94. Terry’s work has a local focus. He loves the Central Virginia area, the beauty of its landscapes, and the people in it, and he likes to bring that connection into his work. Starting in 2015, he partnered with his son to start Shenandoah Fine Art, a small business dedicated to designing and making the best in fine art prints. His paintings and drawings may be found in over a dozen private collections.

Terrence Pratt

Barboursville, VA

Shenandoahfineart.com

434-242-0628

terry@shenandoahfineart.com

 

Janice Rosenberg

Janice Rosenberg

Various

Janice is the daughter of Charles Dunn, a prominent artist, illustrator and caricaturist in Washington DC. He did not intend to teach, but he gave her free rein to her imagination and plenty of pencils, and exposed her to art throughout her childhood. She graduated from The American University in 1964 as an Art Education major, and then spent several years working at the National Gallery of Art. In the late 1970’s, she joined the art league at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria. She studied with Diane Tensler, Dannie Dawson, Robert Liberace and others and was accepted to many juried Art League Shows, winning an award for a painting of the Washington Cathedral. She was juried into the Torpedo Factory Artists’ Association and worked and sold in their galleries. She became a member of the National League of American Pen Women and was accepted into the Maryland Pastel Society. Many of her paintings were Urban landscapes, including a painting of the Bayou night club that was included in the PBS documentary, The Killer Joint. She is the president of The Foundation for Twentieth Century Artists of Washington DC Inc., formed in 1995 to promote the appreciation of artists painting in Washington during the early Twentieth Century. In 2014, the foundation published a limited edition book entitled DUNN OF DC, Washington’s Golden Age Through His Pen and Brush. In 2002, her studio relocated to Greene County. Being surrounded by the beauty of its mountains and farms has encouraged her to paint landscapes in plein air. She is delighted to become part of the vibrant art community here.

 

Click here to see Janice’s website.

Cory Ryan

Cory Ryan

Jewelry, pine Needle Coiling, Painted Glassware

Cory worked for 38 years in Information Technology for Dominion Virginia Power. Her job allowed for some creativity, but not much, so she initially dabbled in folk art and bead making to fulfill her need to create. After retirement, she dove right into several other craft media such as painting glassware, making jewelry of all sorts, pine needle coiling and gourd art. Cory learned how to coil pine needle baskets from a friend’s mother who learned from her mother. It is a very old craft and it’s wonderful that it has continued to thrive for so many generations. Be-jeweling gourds is Cory’s most recent endeavor and she hopes to create many more interesting pieces. Cory is married with two grown sons, Patrick and Mike. Patrick is a Presbyterian pastor in Barboursville, West Virginia. Mike is the Art Director at Journey Group, a publishing company in Charlottesville. Mike has two sons, Gray and Tate, and a lovely wife, Lisa. Other than crafting, Cory spends her time with the grandsons, the loves of her life!

Cory’s Website:  Click here

Susan Stover

Susan Stover

Water Color

Susan received her art training from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and studying with various artists around the world. After graduation from the Art Institute, she married and spent the following years traveling the world, raising a family, and working at her art as time permitted. She was set producer for musicals and plays that were held by an amateur acting groups in Africa and China. After retirement, She began painting full time and continues to learn and grow in her understanding and knowledge of the use of color and techniques. In October 2012, She was an Artist in Residence in Dinan, France by the Les Aimee du Grande Vin sponsorship program in 2012. She is a current member of the Firnew Farm Artists Circle, the Art Guild of Greene and the Central Virginia Watercolor Guild. Her art can be viewed at The Palette in Stanardsville, in shows sponsored by Firnew Farm Artists Circle and the Central Virginia Watercolor Guild as well as in personal shows in different venues around the state.