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  • Dear Santa by Nanci Fulmek

    *Artist: Nanci Fulmek

    Born in Italy, I came to Minnesota when I was 8 months old. As long as I could remember, I’ve always loved horses. I grew up in the city and the closest thing to having a horse was to draw them. My career as an artist started similar to many, with drawing on the walls of my bedroom at the age of 2.
    At the age of 16, I received my 1st real commission. Charlie was a thoroughbred race horse owner and wanted me to draw a picture of his horse after seeing me doodling my horses while I was at work. This kicked my career off. Before I knew it, there were many horse trainers, breeders and owners, contacting me about drawing their horse, too. What a great part time job to have while I was in school.
     
    Once I got out of college and was working in the “real” world, (real meaning what people expect you to do), I gave up my art to work in the world of business. Once again, someone saw me doodling at work, and again I was pulled back into drawing horse portraits. I always looked forward to my next portrait, as I had so much fun with each one.
     
    Searching for an art school was harder than I thought. I serendipitously met artist Jeffrey Larson at Kelley Gallery. He told me about the prestigious school he attended in Minneapolis, Atelier Lack (Now, the Atelier Studio Program of Fine Art.) I called that very day to register for part time classes. I knew the moment I walked into the school that this was what I had been waiting for. I completed the 5 year full time program in 2009.
     
    In 2005, I painted the very well known portrait of Santa in Hudson, WI, which Kelley Galleries made prints of. In the summer of 2006, I started horse portraits again, now in oil. Who would have ever thought a little girl who was drawing horses on her bedroom wall would have turned into a full time career as an artist? What more could a little girl ask for?

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  • Skittish-TALL

    *Artist: Terry Meyer

    Terry Meyer is a self-taught artist. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he now lives and paints in Eau Claire. He has worked with several mediums, including silk screening, wood sculpture, clay, oils and acrylics. He currently works exclusively in watercolors.
    His passion is for a bolder, edgier style of watercolor: a style that gives motion to all subject matter. Nature is the inspiration from which Terry’s work evolves. It is the assimilation of this spirit – energy and movement – that makes his work so unique. This fluid, open style respects the medium of watercolor, never forcing it to be anything else. His art reflects the interpretation of the energy and motion that is in everything around us. As Terry says, “Water always finds a way, whether it’s in a stream, running down a mountainside, or flowing across a sheet of paper.”

    Skittish | 24 x 46 | Watercolor | Framed
    Available | Hudson, WI Gallery

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  • Nanci Fulmek 5x11 Oil Framed

    Arthur


    Arthur | 5 x 11 | Oil Framed
    at the Hudson, WI Gallery

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  • Bay 4x4 Framed

    Bay


    Bay | 4 x 4 | Oil Framed
    at the Hudson, WI Gallery

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    Close Quarters

    Close Quarters | 11.5 x 15.5 | Watercolor, Framed
    at the Woodbury, MN Gallery

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  • Out of the Earth

    Out of the Earth


    Out of the Earth | 26 x 40 | Watercolor Framed
    at the Hudson, WI Gallery

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  • Running Red

    Running Red


    Running Red | 23 x 40 | Oil
    at the Hudson, WI Gallery

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  • Skittish by Terry Meyer, 24x46 Watercolor

    Skittish

    Skittish| 24 x 46 | Watercolor, Framed
    at the Woodbury, MN Gallery

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  • Sunny Pony 5x7 Framed

    Sunny Pony


    Sony Pony | 5 x 7 | Oil Framed
    at the Hudson, WI Gallery

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    Sunset on a Ledge

    Sunset on a Ledge | 19 x 29 | Watercolor Framed
    at the Woodbury, MN Gallery


    Terry Meyer is a self-taught artist. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he now lives and paints in Eau Claire. He has worked with several mediums, including silk screening, wood sculpture, clay, oils and acrylics. He currently works exclusively in watercolors.
    His passion is for a bolder, edgier style of watercolor: a style that gives motion to all subject matter. Nature is the inspiration from which Terry’s work evolves. It is the assimilation of this spirit – energy and movement – that makes his work so unique. This fluid, open style respects the medium of watercolor, never forcing it to be anything else. His art reflects the interpretation of the energy and motion that is in everything around us. As Terry says, “Water always finds a way, whether it’s in a stream, running down a mountainside, or flowing across a sheet of paper.”

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  • Terry Meyer- Three Running Horses, Watercolor

    Three Running Horses

    Three Running Horses | 40×26 | Watercolor | Framed
    Available | Hudson, WI Gallery


    Terry Meyer is a self-taught artist. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he now lives and paints in Eau Claire. He has worked with several mediums, including silk screening, wood sculpture, clay, oils and acrylics. He currently works exclusively in watercolors.
    His passion is for a bolder, edgier style of watercolor: a style that gives motion to all subject matter. Nature is the inspiration from which Terry’s work evolves. It is the assimilation of this spirit – energy and movement – that makes his work so unique. This fluid, open style respects the medium of watercolor, never forcing it to be anything else. His art reflects the interpretation of the energy and motion that is in everything around us. As Terry says, “Water always finds a way, whether it’s in a stream, running down a mountainside, or flowing across a sheet of paper.”

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