After a long career as a Teacher and Elementary Principal, Marian Fortunati combined her past
professional experience with her love of travel, working on location as often as possible.
Fortunati’s travels and life experiences provide the foundation from which her artwork is created.
Oil is Fortunati’s favored medium as it offers a variety of ways to create interesting experiments
with texture and color. Fortunati has studied almost continuously for the last five years with Master
landscape and undersea artist, David C. Gallup.
Bonnie Lambert studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California before meeting her mentor, museum-collected artist, Margaret Garcia. Since Lambert's first solo show in 2011, she has participated in more than 85 shows and exhibitions including solo exhibits at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum in Mesa, Arizona, and the City of Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery.
Linda French attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Over time, her work, which explodes with color and joy, has evolved from realistic to abstract. She credits Matisse, Van Gogh and O'Keeffe as major influences. A native of Houston, Texas, she currently lives in Pasadena, California.
Slideshow photos feature her 2014 one woman show at Eileen Fisher on Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena.
Certain pieces still available.
A native of Scotland, award-winning artist Julie Snyder studied drawing and painting at the Glasgow School of Art. Her artistic career has spanned both sides of the Atlantic and included several years of residence in Southern Spain.
Ms. Snyder forged her craft as an illustrator in advertising, and the motion picture industry. She is based in Southern California and spends her summers in Europe conducting
WORKSHOPS IN FRANCE.
Robert G. Stevens
Margaret Danielak's father, WWII veteran, Robert G. Stevens (1926 - 2004) studied under noted landscape painter and illustrator, George Post at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland. After a successful career as an illustrator for the University of California, he moved from Berkeley, California to Santa Fe, New Mexico and for twenty years was represented by galleries in Santa Fe and Taos. Mr. Stevens was noted for his evocative watercolors of San Francisco, and landscapes of the Southwest in vibrant acrylic and watercolor.