Her work has been described as being almost Zen-like in its ability to make you relax. The visual pleasure of her work transports your mind away from the pressure of life until you hear the sound of a bird’s chirp, or you suddenly feel the warm summer wind making waves on a field of long grass.
Known for creating bold, large format paintings that are as detailed as they are whimsical, and as inspiring as they are inspired, Minkin’s 25 year career has focused on celebrating the beauty, form and rhythm of every day objects and concepts.
From vintage style nautical maps and motorcycles, to never ending schools of sardines, to rich, textural abstractions, his bold, contemporary style is revered and collected by those who crave both visual sophistication and fun.
Wendy Forsyth's sensitive, painterly photographs of flowers are provocative, engaging and challenging studies of form, stroke and color. Her career in visual arts and costume design inform her eye and taste, and she creates this work with an infectious joy and enthusiasm.
John Stobart has devoted his career to showing the majestic beauty of sailing ships from a previous era. Born in 1929 in Leicester, England and having studied at the Derby College of Art and the Royal Academy School in London in the 1950s Stobart then traveled by passenger-cargo vessel to his father's home in south Africa. This voyage sparked his interest in maritime subjects, something he continues to pursue.
William Storck first studied with the master painter Naoto Nakagawa in Vermont and then at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Mr Storck's first solo show at age 25 in Annapolis Maryland completely sold out. His work has been exhibited in several museums across the United States and is in permanent collections as well as hundreds of private collections in the US, the UK and Europe.