Rebecca Lloyd

The Liberty Gallery is pleased to welcome our next artist and founder of Art Chowder Magazine, Rebecca Lloyd.  Rebecca’s paintings create a sense of calm while simultaneously invigorating your senses.   These stunning pieces WILL BE ON DISPLAY IN OUR GRAND STAIRCASE FOR OUR UPCOMING FIRST FRIDAY ARTIST RECEPTION OCTOBER 7TH  “FLOOTIE AT THE LIBERTY.”  STOP BY AND…

Nicholas Sironka ~ Maasai Batik Artist

The Liberty Building is always pleased to bring Sironka back into the building.  At one time he even had a studio space with us and we miss having his kind nature and thought provoking stories at our disposal on a daily basis.  So now we settle for him sharing his brilliant artwork with us.  Take…

Debbie Hughbanks Western Paintings

The fantastic works of Debbie Hughbanks will be on display in our grand staircase for our upcoming First Friday artist reception OCTOBER 7TH  “FLOOTIE AT THE LIBERTY.”  Stop by and see this piece in addition to a few other pieces from her western style artwork collection. Take a few minutes to get to know the…

Tracy Dupuis ~ Cityscape Paintings

Our next artist, Tracy Dupuis,  is a self taught artist specializing in Realistic and Fauvist style fine art painting.  She creates  vibrant compositions of intricately placed strokes of bold color.  Tracy is most known for her “Cities of Color” large scale acrylic on canvas paintings. Come see her vibrant work for THE OCTOBER 7TH ARTIST RECEPTION “FLOOTIE AT THE LIBERTY.”…

Nate M O’Neill ~ Layers of Passion

Nate O’Neill is another artist that is no stranger to the Liberty Building.  You can find his work on permanent display in our grand staircase.  Nate is a prolific artist who’s passion for what he does shines through in his work.  We look forward to seeing what new creations he will be sharing with us…

Vicki West Figurative Paintings

We are pleased to welcome back artist Vicki West.  Vicki is known for realism watercolor and acrylic paintings with attention grabbing impact, emotion or movement that captures the viewer.  The last time Vicki shared her work with us she shared many landscapes and natural scenes.  I asked Vicki what she would be sharing with us this time and she…

Roch Fautch ~ Mastercraftsman

We are very excited to be bringing in the work of Roch Fautch for the  “FLOOTIE AT THE LIBERTY” ARTIST RECEPTION OCTOBER 7TH.  ARTWORK WILL BE ON DISPLAY THROUGH JANUARY.  Roch will be bringing his paintings in addition to some creative concrete works. Describe your work in 100 words What’s your creative background? Roch was born…

Getting to know Loretta Jenkins’ Northwest Paintings

Introducing another of our incoming artists, Loretta Jenkins with her paintings depicting classic Northwest imagery.  Loretta’s pieces will be on display as a part of “FLOOTIE AT THE LIBERTY” ARTIST RECEPTION OCTOBER 7TH.  ARTWORK WILL BE ON DISPLAY THROUGH JANUARY. Let me tell you a little about myself. I am a local girl raised in the…

Tom Quinn Paintings Take the Ordinary Out of Context

Even if you don’t know the name of our next artist, you most certainly have seen his work. You may remember seeing artist Tom Quinn perched atop scaffolding, painting the mural at Division and Sprague a couple summers ago.  That same underpass he had painted 21 years earlier.  You will also see his work while driving down…

Cheryl Halverson ~ Watermedia and Collage

We are pleased to welcome Cheryl Halverson’s watermedia and collage pieces to the Liberty Building for the October 7th reception of “Flootie at the Liberty.”  Cheryl’s scientific background and love for the outdoors are the inspiration for these beautiful mixed media pieces.  Take a few minutes to learn more about Cheryl and how she comes…

Nora Egger ~ Impressionist Oils

Another fantastic  artist to include in the October lineup, we introduce to you Nora Egger.  Take a few minutes to get to know Nora and the heart behind her tranquil desert oil paintings. Have you always painted in oils? Have you been creative all of your life or what lead you to painting? I started…

Liz Calderwood ~ Pure Expression

The artwork of Liz Calderwood is an expression of pure emotion. In today’s  world we are bombarded by imagery which is far removed from it’s original source. To stand before a piece of artwork which is a reflection of the heart is truly a treat.  We look forward to showing Liz’s paintings in “Flootie at the…