A Paradigm of Colors

A review of the fascinating world of art and its makers

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Last Thursday, I had the pleasure of speaking with some Houston artists at the Glassell School of Art biannual art opening. I enjoyed the variety of digital, acrylic and oil pieces. A few particularly called out to my senses.

Anne Delpine has been showing art around Texas since 1996. She writes about her work,

“The combination of mechanically reproduced imagery or digital elements with nature or organic motifs is the way I express my feelings about life today. Human concerns seek balance between technology and nature.”


Current by Anne Delpine
inkjet prints on canvas


Untitled by Anne Delpine
16″ X 20″ latex, acrylic, paper prints on canvas


Untitled by Anne Delpine
16″ X 20″ laser prints on canvas


Archetypal by Anne Delpine
30″ X 30″ acrylic on canvas


Ritual by Anne Delpine
36″ X 36″ acrylic on canvas

Alexandra Sirov, from France, is here in Houston for awhile taking classes and showing her work. While she paints in a variety of styles, she enjoys geometrically vivid paintings the most.


My Kitchen by Alexandra Sirov
18″X 24″ acrylic on canvas


By Alexandra Sirov
18″ X 24″ acrylic on canvas


Salt and Pepper by Alexandra Sirov
18″ X 24″ acrylic on canvas


Roses by Alexandra Sirov
24″ X 24″ acrylic on canvas


Sink Sank by Alexandra Sirov
36″ X 48″ acrylic on canvas


Cacao Addiction by Alexandra Sirov
acrylic on canvas

Bill Brenza uses an acrylic pouring technique to produce vibrant pieces. He does abstract, impressionism and some realist work.


Night Stalker by Bill Brenza
acrylic pouring on wood


by Bill Brenza
acrylic on wood


by Bill Brenza
acrylic on wood


by Bill Brenza
acrylic on wood

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Written by jenniferloftis

November 7, 2011 at 8:35 am

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