Steve Clark

Steven Clark, VT Painter, Frog Hollow Artist
The Vermont landscape has been my main subject for quite sometime with its barns, cows and mountains. But for me it is the clouds that have made painting landscapes so much fun.

Zoë Tilley Poster

Zoë Tilley Poster, Frog Hollow Artist, VT Illustrator
Zoë Tilley Poster is a graphite artist and illustrator, a pusher of pencils, a scratcher, a smudger, a lover of gray and its many shades. She lives on ten acres in Corinth, Vermont with her husband and a wide array of other wild creatures.

Marilyn Ruseckas
My favorite part about using pastels is when combinations of color make perfect sense to me. That is when I know a piece is done. My second favorite part is when it makes perfect sense to someone else as well.

Sarah Waite

Sarah Waite, Frog Hollow Artisan, VT Illustration
My drawings come from spending a lot of time in nature: hiking, fishing, or just being in my backyard. I am especially intrigued by the patterns of the natural world and try to bring this to each drawing, keeping in mind how the parts make up the whole.

Julia Emilo

Julia Emilo, Frog Hollow Artisan, VT Painting
Before I started painting gourds, I never was 100 percent happy with anything I painted. Now it seems difficult to make one I don't like. Even if they don't come out the way I envision them, I'm always pleased with the end result.

Joan Drew

Joan Drew, Frog Hollow Artisan, VT Painting
I work on site, or from my own photos, so I have a good sense of the place, and my subject. My goal is to convey to you, the viewer, my feelings and excitement about my subject.

Deborah Holmes

Deborah Holmes, Frog Hollow Artist, VT Painting
I have drawn and painted since childhood. It is simply what I like to do best. I paint every day in my studio at home. When it is warm enough, I paint on location which is the most fun because it is all right there - the lights, the smells, and the color.

I feel fortunate to live in Vermont. The rural landscape truly inspires me. I love painting farms, flowers buildings, animals and water. I try to capture the essence of a place in my paintings.

Anna Vreman

Anna Vreman, Frog Hollow Artist, VT Painting
When creating my colorful paintings of the Vermont landscape, I use my memories and photos of places I have seen along with a healthy dose of imagination. My intention is always to capture how I feel about what I see – the actual arrangement of buildings, trees, hills and such is not as important. I especially like to play with the colors of the sky, mountains, and water on Lake Champlain.