The Blue Genie Art Bazaar is our featured Artist(s) Monthly for December. We chose our top 20 from over 200 artists and craftspeople!
When Leslie Pierce noticed her printer ran out of ink and printed striations of color and fragmented parts of an image, it lead to an a-ha moment.
For Schaffer, the dining table is more than an ordinary domestic object. It is a symbol of all that is good about humanity.
Dana Younger is a Texas sculptor whose experiences in the theater, as well as in construction and boatbuilding, led him to pursue art fabrication.
Flip Solomon creates large-scale pen & ink works tempered by her dreams. Having Narcolepsy, she's afflicted with frequent REM cycles while asleep and awake.
Jason Webb is an Austin artist whose acrylic paintings focus on realist depictions of detritus, urban blight, utillity and impermenance.
Court Lurie has been exhibiting nationally for over 15 years. Her work is featured in many design and lifestyle magazines, on television, in films and more.
Wandt focuses on how we come to be who we are - the choices we make, the conflicts we feel, the rift between our inner worlds and our realities.
Bates is drawn to the surface of old photographs. His pencil work developed from a reaction to the near disposable quality of images in the digital world.
Rick Van Dyke is the owner of Fireseed Clay Studios in Austin, Texas. His work is colorful, highly textured, sculptural and organic.