The 30th annual ArtWalk, hosted by Mission Federal Credit Union, will take place on Saturday, April 26 in Little Italy.
Cynthia Colis, a resident of San Diego, is known for fusing the innocent and the provocative. Best recognized for her “kiss” portraits and colorful paintings of cows, Colis’s works have previously been displayed at San Diego’s JETT gallery.
Darrell Driver creates works of art that vary in subject and include vibrant Native American portraits and whimsical animal paintings. Driver’s goal is to put the observer in a happy mood.
Danny Hughes creates large mixed-medium pieces using wood panels and stained newspaper. With an impressive list of celebrity clients, Hughes’s work continues to be in demand.
Nancy Eckels comes from a family of artists, and aims to make viewers fall in love with her abstract, colorful paintings by sharing her emotions.
Steve Kell, a Vietnam veteran, works mainly en plien air. A Laguna Beach based impressionist, Kell’s work depicts landscapes, seascapes, missions and urban settings.
Igor Koutsenko is a native of the Ukraine who moved to Southern California because the climate and scenery reminded him of Evpatoria. Koutsenko teaches drawing and painting at the Fallbrook School of the Arts while producing original work.
Jeff Yeomans, a plein air painter, resides in San Diego and produces work featuring urban landscapes, seascapes and landscapes. His work captures familiar San Diego scenes from sweeping seascapes to gritty urban streets.
Grant Pecoff paints cityscapes, coastal views and buzzing cafes, always focusing on the light in the scene. His vivid use of color gives his work a distinctive look.
Marina Schindler is inspired by the bold styles and vibrant palette of early twentieth century artists.
Dorit Schwartz seeks to use her sculptures as a bridge to the human spirit to express feelings and explore the depths of strength and fragility.
Ray Shaw works with wood and paint to create three-dimensional works that capture schooling fish. His Safety in Numbers series features moveable fish that allow the viewer to create their own configuration.
Rafael Gevorkian is a glass artist who creates colorful sculptures, wall art and design projects that are both functional and beautiful.