Fritz Kramer

Fritz Kramer

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Early Morning at the Club

Acrylic, 12 x 24 (in)

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Plaza Face #1

Acrylic, 16 x 20 (in)

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Sassy

Pastel, 10 x 13.5 (in)

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Heading In

Acrylic, 10 x 14 (in)

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Blue Color Burst

Acrylic, 24 x 30 (in)

Fritz Kramer

American
Practices in Kansas

With a Master of Fine Arts degree from Ohio University in 1962, Fritz taught high school art and coached track before entering the corporate world.  He is now retired returning to his love of painting.
Fritz currently works mostly in acrylic and pastel after spending many years working with oil, exploring color combinations and capturing light and shadows.
His work has been juried in a number of shows throughout Kansas City and Topeka and is in private collections in California, Kansas, Missouri, and Ohio.

Seattle Glassblowing Studio

Seattle Glassblowing Studio

Wall/Ceiling Plates

Glass plates with silver foil backing: 26, 22, 16 (in)

Seattle Glassblowing Studio

Handmade by glass artists in Seattle, WA

Seattle Glassblowing Studio was founded in 1991, by Cliff Goodman in the tradition of the studio glass movement. After beginning his career in glass in 1976, Cliff studied alongside glass master, Fritz Driesbach, and attended the famous Pilchuck School. Currently, his artwork is featured in collections around the world.

Transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary, Seattle Glassblowing Studio specializes in the production of unique hand-blown and hand-sculpted glass art. The Seattle Glass Blowing Studio creates only original work in their own on-site Hot Shop including their studio series and custom artworks. Their portfolio displays a wide selection of unique pieces, from small gifts to large installations.

David Cooper

David Cooper

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Street Dancers

Oil on Canvas, 22 x 28 (in)

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Beach Surf

Oil on Masonite, 19 x 32 (in)

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Alley

Oil on Canvas, 16 x 20 (in)

David Cooper

American
Practices Olathe, Kansas

David has been painting for 30 years. He is an alumni of the Kansas City Art Institute educated in the Armin Hoffman “Swiss Style” program of visual expression in the relationships of point, line, and shape. That discipline became the structure of his artwork. Many of his paintings have been painted from memory, things he has experienced or places he has been. His art lives somewhere between reality and expression, contemporary and realism varying in style based on the subject matter and material they are painted on.

 

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson

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Planes#4

Oil on Canvas, 48 x 36 (in)

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Planes#8

Oil on Canvas, 48 x 36 (in)

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Planes#7

Oil on Canvas, 48 x 36 (in)

Jennifer Hudson

American
Practices in Kansas

Jennifer Hudson is a mother, teacher, and student. She is pursuing her Master of Fine Arts at Kansas State University, nine years after finishing her Bachelor of Science in Education at Emporia State University.  During those years, Jennifer worked as a high school art teacher in Shawnee Mission. Shaping young artists, watching their metaphorical “Light Bulb” moments, and having the privilege of sharing in their successes and failures has built a large part of who she is. While Jennifer is leaving behind the physical space of her classroom as she pursues her MFA, the qualities of a teacher are not left with behind with it. Instilling her love and passion for art in learners of all ages is one aspect of her life that she enjoys most. Recognized by her peers, Jennifer was named the Kansas Outstanding Secondary Art Educator of the year (2014-2015 academic year) by the Kansas Art Education Association. In her personal artwork, Jennifer explores representational female form and personal ideals of beauty.

Jean Cook

Jean Cook

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Sorting The Cows

Oil on Board, 8 x 10 (in)

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Run With The Big Boys

Oil on Board, 8 x 10 (in)

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Chicken Coop

Oil on Board, 10 x 8 (in)

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Bucking Bulls

Oil on Board, 16 x 20 (in)

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Down For The Chew

Oil on Board, 8 x 10 (in)

Jean Cook

American
Practices in Kansas

Quick Facts:

Won the Plein Competition at the Kansas State fair 3 times.

After graduation from Hutchinson Community College, Jean left for the Kansas City area and Hallmark Cards. She worked 34 years, the last 21 as an engraving artist creating bas relief sculptures for emboss and hot foil dies. While working she attending KCAI and studied with nationally know artists Phil Starke, Charles Sovek and Al Currier among others. Like her mentors, her style is painterly and loose.
Awards include many BOS. She has won the Grand Award in the Professional Art class at the KS state fair twice. She has also won the Plein Competition at the State fair 3 times. Other BOS include the 4-State, Tulsa, OK, Artis Gras, Leawood, KS, Bourbon County, Ft. Scott  and the New Jersey Equine Art Association, NJ. She has won BOS in miniatures show, including the Heartland Art Guild Show, Paola, KS,  Sulpher Springs Show, Wilcox, AZ, and the Chambersburg show in Chambersburg, PA. She has exhibited in the Arts for the Parks and was a finalist in the Annual Artists’ Magazine competition (13,000 entries).
She is a signature member of the Society of Animal Artists and an associate member of the Miniature Painters, Sculptors, Gravers Society of Washington, DC.
Jean work primarily in oil, but has also worked in acrylic and pastel.