Member Portfolios


alessandraalbin.com aa@alessandraalbin.com My family line comes from many different places and cultures: Italy, Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia. I was born in Mexico and I moved to Houston a long time ago.  Fragments of all these places made the culture I have.   Fragments.     What I am is what you […]

Albin, Alessandra


https://www.instagram.com/misfeeling_landscapes/ I was born in Japan and am now based in Houston. My interest is especially toward the moments when people feel something strange, mysterious, or wondering in their daily life. I’m now collecting such stories of the local people and translate them into fictitious landscapes. VAA assumes no responsibility […]

Mai


RonLoydArt.com RonLoydArt@gmail.com Ron Loyd has a BFA and MFA in Painting and Ceramics from Texas Tech University. He has studied Animation at the School for Visual Arts and Film Studies at New York University, New York, NY.   As an educator, he taught numerous Fine Arts programs in the Washington […]

Loyd, Ron



thepaintersister.com ariane@thepaintersisters.com Immediately successful as a portrait artist upon moving to Houston in 1999, I soon found myself needing to “grow”, or “move forward” in my art. I’ve always been interested in abstract/expressionistic art and derived a way to use abstraction in my work habit in order to loosen up […]

Edmundson, Ariane


ladonnafoto@gmail.com http://www.LaDonnaFoto.com Donna Carnahan, international photographer from Houston, Texas, specializes in Italian landscape photography.  Since 2015, gaining inspiration from her love of Renaissance art in Florence, she has traveled extensively throughout 10+ regions of Italy. She has a passion for travel to remote and little known places where she photographically […]

Carnahan, Donna


www.gabrielamonterroso.com Gmonterrosos@gmail.com You know when you have done something long enough that it had become muscle memory?  My drawings of women and horses are so big that their creation engages my entire body and the shapes and lines have become so familiar that they’re more of a meditational dance for […]

Monterroso, Gabriela