DeAna D Morrison-D.Morrison Art-Owner of Amused
She works primarily in mixed media painting but remains enmeshed in her love of sculpture. When not covered in paint or promoting fellow artisans, she can be found perusing any one of numerous hobbies or hanging out with her gaggle of daughters, super cool BF, friends or fur babies.
Jack Pruitt-Pirate's Walk Art
Mr. Pruitt captains Pirate's Walk Art. After retiring from the Navy, Jack discovered a love of painting. His works emulate that of the late Bob Ross with his oil landscapes. Jack's work captures the essence of reality with a tone of lovecraftian mystery and beauty. His studio reflects his fascination with all things Pirate.
Mr. Pruitt also teaches classes for those wanting to get into the oil painting craft.
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Mr. Brooks is a surreal and abstract artist. His work surrounds and combines social commentary and bright colors to convey a bigger idea. As well as painting, Mr. Brooks also teaches art classes to young students wanting to express themselves via the world of drawing. Several murals around Topeka include his expert contribution.
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Online merchandise: Apparel@society.com/jordanbrooks
Devin Morrison-Sparks and steam
Devin M. Morrison is a passionate, creative and self-motivated artist and writer living in Topeka, Kansas. A Graduate of Washburn University with a BA in Art and a minor in writing, she has exhibited in multiple local art galleries and art fairs and is also a published illustrator for the Washburn Review. Her most recent endeavor is creating Sparks & Steam, a company dedicated to books, art and badassery. When she isn’t working or writing, she is creating cos-play costumes, watching anime, crossing things off her bucket list or planning her upcoming wedding.
Devin is working on several artistic projects at the moment including writing and illustrating an adult science fiction novel, commission drawings, a paper collage series, a mixed media series and her manakin colored pencil drawing series.
When it comes to her art, Allison K-Smith uses different materials and mediums to express new possibilities with her love of abstraction and roots of loving nature. Her photography is a self-expression and focus on small details most don't see; as well as being unique, functional, a lot of upcycled and as well as aesthetic, the texture and movement of her wearable art provides the ability to mimic nature; With her attention to the details of interactions with the body, it creates powers of ambience and attitude, all which is an extension of one's own personal presentation.
lisa Larue Baker-art 785
Lisa LaRue Baker is an eclectic, a creator and a curator.
Education has always been important to me, but creativity is my passion. I find that creativity is often the best way to educate others. Whether it be through my music, writing, photography, bohemian art, or traditional Cherokee arts, I find a way for each piece to not only speak to someone’s soul, but leave a lasting memory of history – or hope for the future. As a Native American artist, I not only create traditional art of my tribe, but contemporary arts in many genres. Touching all cultures, experiences and goals is not only the life of the contemporary Native American, but helps reach many people. Native American art does not always have to have an “Indian” theme, but when mine does, it is from either the Native perspective or embodies traditional teachings
Mavelous Things-Kendra Lind
I have always loved writing and making things. I hope to share things I have made/found/thought with other people. I love finding old items that nobody loves anymore and make them into something new.