Artist Registry

Connecting Artists with Opportunity

 

The PFAC Artist Registry is a database of artists working in and around the Pasco County area.  We provide opportunities for artists to create, exhibit and discuss their work. We strive to make art a part of everyday life. You must register as a member or Registered Artist before adding your information. You can either click on the button below to add your information or send an email: pacartistregistry@gmail.com

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Christa Stanelun
Medium:

Pottery

The earth, growing things and being creative has always been her pleasure. Clay fit well into her life and has become an important part of it for more than 30 years. Christa now teaches pottery at the Pasco Fine Arts Center. She loves teaching, passing on the skills she has acquired over so many years. She is talented and a skilled crafter, teaching all student levels from children to adults, showing them how to hand

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Denise Philbrook
Medium:

Pottery

Denise has been making art for over 20 years

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You may contact me to purchase paintings from my inventory of work.

Faith Jackson-Curry
Medium:

Acrylic

I have painted on an off for most of my life. After leaving a career in data processing to be a stay-at-home mom, I decided to go back to school to study art. I love the creative aspect of illustration, creating images to bring ideas to life, so I chose that degree program rather than a more traditional fine arts degree. I now enjoy painting the beauty I see around me without necessarily focusing on a message.

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Lisa Phillips Owens
Medium:

Oil Painting

Lisa Phillips Owens Lisa is a second-generation artist practiced in several mediums, but her mediums of choice are acrylic and oil painting. While she considers herself a contemporary artist, she has focused much of her studies on the works and methods of the old European masters which brings added dimension to her abilities and style of painting as well as to her teaching. Her goal as a teacher is to pass on the fundamentals to her students with an emphasis on them developing their own personal style.

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Cindi Sherman Vinci
Medium:

Mixed

Do artists create reality as they see it, or does reality show the artist what to create?

My work reflects what I feel about life and all the changes that have occurred in my life. As a young girl I have sketched many pieces, not really knowing what I was trying to express. As I learned more about life, I realized I had a lot to say. All my pieces tell my story; I started that story when I was six years old.

I have always interpreted the world in an abstract manner: as far back as I can remember, I knew nothing I saw and heard was all there was to the story. For me the world is a jumble of thoughts and ideas that run amuck. My art reflects the idea of life and all its jumbled aspects. The titles I choose for my works are as Important to me as the work itself. I want the combination to provoke the viewers to think about their own lives and opinions; I want them to interpret what they see in their own way. And I want them to see that the best way to live life is with an open mind.

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Ernesto Blanco
Medium:

Mixed Media/Visual Artist

The main focus of my work is the human being as a social entity. I am interested in how the pervasive thought-shaping systems influence the individual and by what means. I think of each person as an amphibious being who is struggling between not just two but three realities: that one which simply "is", independent of what the mind insist on perceiving and interpreting; the other one created as a result of a conditioned perception of "reality"; and, on a more subtle level, the reality created artificially as an external mechanism of control (ideology, culture, politics, economics), which saturates and inundates the individual's life. It's my opinion that the latter constitutes "reality" for the majority of people.

In most of my present works I create a kind of palimpsest, establishing semantic relationship by juxtaposing images and codes used by the mass media, such as publicity and propaganda. I mainly use cutting of written press, as a symbol of that created ""reality"", which appear as a backdrop in my pieces, on which the human being is represented in different expressions and compositions, stripped of personal attributes and superfluous details, so the image can dialogue freely with the background elements. This encourages the viewer to question and evaluate our role as passive or active participants in society.

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Lianna Tatman
Medium:

Words

Lianna is the Arts and Culture Director and serves on our Executive Team as the cultural diplomat for the Pasco Fine Arts Council and provides leadership, arts education advocacy, and strategic direction for the center, articulating the positive impacts of the arts and culture in and for the citizens of Pasco County. The Director maintains a visible presence in guiding the overall strategic thinking, partnerships, program and policy development, and oversight of the Center's visual and performing arts programs and facilities, including the Pasco Fine Arts Council.

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Suzanne Natzke
Medium:

Watermedia Artist

Suzanne teaches watercolor and mixed water media classes at the Pasco Fine Arts Council in New Port Richey. She also offers workshops and demonstrations on a variety of water media techniques.