"By nature, the act of landscape painting itself forces movement. Whether it is hiking to a location, driving across continents, visiting places in the world, or experiencing the new ways the land is formed and pieced together, it all demands physical movement by the artist." - Renée Hartig
website: › studiohartig.com
Renée has been working as a full time freelance artist for thirteen years. She is busy painting commissions for clients mostly in the United States, stocking galleries with new work, and preparing for monthly shows. Her inspirations stretch from impressionist artists like Degas, Toulouse Lautrec, Manet, Monet and Pissarro to painters like N.C. Wyeth and Edward Hopper.
Renée Hartig is represented at several galleries in Michigan and in Oregon. In January of 2008 she moved to Portland Oregon to build a client base on the west coast as well as gallery representation. Renée has been working as a full time freelance artist for thirteen years. She is busy painting commissions for clients mostly in the United States, stocking galleries with new work, and preparing for monthly shows.
Jamie Wyeth has since adolescence attracted considerable attention as a third-generation American artist: son of Andrew Wyeth, among the country's most popular painters, and the grandson of Newell Convers Wyeth, famous for his distinctive illustrations for the classic novels by Stevenson, Cooper, and Scott. "Everybody in my family paints - excluding possibly the dogs," says Jamie Wyeth.
website: › jamiewyeth.com
video: › An Interview with Jamie Wyeth