Artists

Meet our talented local artists.  Artizen Outlet is a home base for talented fine artists and fine craftspeople and a great way to obtain unique gifts and fine art for your home.

Artist Anna Ashford

Anna Ashford

Anna Ashford studied at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Los Angeles and has 20 years experience designing textiles for the fashion industry. She currently uses her design skills to create her beautiful beaded jewelry.

Jewelry by Anna Ashford

©Anna Ashford

 

Anna’s etsy shop

Artist Mary Beth Barton

Mary Beth Barton

Mary Beth is a self-taught artist.  While she paints mainly in oils and watermedia, she loves to experiment with a number of other techniques.  Mary Beth enjoys painting a variety of subjects that capture her imagination.

Painting by artist Mary Beth Barton

©Mary Beth Barton

 

Colores Del Pueblo

Colores Del Pueblo

Since 1997 we have been working with artisan cooperatives in Guatemala.  Through fair trade practices we hope to inspire positive change in the world.  Not only does paying a fair wage help families and communities rise above the cycle of poverty, but it gives them an incentive to continue cultural craft traditions like weaving, basket-making, pottery-making, woodworking and more.We work with very talented artisans who make beautiful hand-woven textiles like clothing, scarves and shawls, home decor, purses and pouches and much more.  We also work with wonderful wood carvers who make santos, masks, and different forms of folk art.

folk art horse

©Colores Del Pueblo

www.coloresdelpueblo.org
Artist Sara Drescher Braswell

Sara Drescher Braswell

Sara’s work is based in Christian symbolism.  She uses figures and images in a surrealistic way to tell a story.  Her medium of choice is watercolor.  She has original art, reproductions of her work, note cards and other gifts featuring her work.

Painting by Sara Drescher Brawell

©Sara Drescher Braswell

 

www.artbysaradb.com

Artist Charlie Cowden

Charlie Cowden

Charlie Cowden’s handcrafted wood pieces engage all of the senses.  He works with his clients to create the perfect piece for their needs.

Furniture by Charlie Cowden

©Charlie Cowden

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Artist Mark Gaines

Mark Gaines

Mark is a sculptor and painter who uses his faith as inspiration.

Art by Mark Gaines

©Mark Gaines

Artist Chase GilbertLandon Chase Gilbert is an award winning print maker, photographer, and graphic designer from Odessa, Texas. Chase is primarily a print maker, who focuses on the dynamic visual and cultural characteristics that define the Southwest. He grew up traveling through the Southwestern United States, and the experiences he had in New Mexico and Texas greatly influenced his design processes and methods.
Chase graduated in 2008 with a BFA in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design. While in college, he focused on honing his skills in printmaking, photography, and jewelry and graphic design. After graduating, Chase realized his desire to expose the depth and complexities of Southwestern Landscapes, Native American Culture, and Christianity through the development of his business, C.Gilly.
Art by Chase Gilbertwww.cgilly.com
Artist Connie Glinsmann

Connie Glinsmann

Connie uses her love of art, beautiful papers, vintage and found things to create one-of-a-kind paper creations and wearable art.

Jewelry by Connie Glinsmann

©Connie Glinsmann


Georgeann Herzog creates art pieces full of color and wonder.  She has worn many hats as an artist and also loves to teach art to children.

Painting by artists Georgeann Herzog

©Georgeann Herzog

Artist Jack Hickman

Jack Hickman

Jack is creates functional and fanciful pottery.  He also teaches future artists at Trinity School in Midland.

Pottery by Jack Hickman

©Jack Hickman

 

Artist Megan Kelley

Megan Greenleaf Kelley

Megan has a bachelor degree in Interior Design  from Texas Tech University. She returned to her true passion, painting,  after becoming a mother. She has studied many mediums including:  sculpture, watercolor, pencil, and pastels, but her current favorite is oil because of its rich colors and workability.

Art by Megan Kelley

©Megan Greenleaf Kelley

 

 

Artist Dee Kemp

Dee Kemp

While Dee has a degree in engineering, she expresses her creative mind in her watercolors.  She is active in Midland’s Palette Club and strives to paint scenes that she can ‘bring life to.’

Painting by Dee Kemp

©Dee Kemp

 

Artist Bobbie Moore

Bobbie Moore

Award winning sculptor, Bobbie Moore, has studied sculpture in Texas and Colorado.  “My goal as a sculptress is to achieve a style that expresses the essence, personality and temperament of the subject, whether it is human or animal.”

Art by Bobbie Moore

© Bobbie Moore

 

www.bobbiemoore.com

Artist Coriander Noel Pridgen

Noel Pridgen

Noel Pridgen is the artistic mind behind Morraha Designs.
She has been making jewelry and masks since 2010 and loves creating things that aren’t run of the mill.

She loves to work with Czech glass, gems, and anything pretty that catches her eye. She doesn’t worry about fitting a certain style as long as what she creates is something beautiful.

 

Jewelry by Noel Pridgen

©Noel Pridgen

Noel’s work is on the West Balcony Upstairs

www.etsy.com/shop/morrahadesigns

 

Artist Sue Roberson

Sue Roberson

Art by Sur Roberson

©Sue Roberson

 

Artist Ken Rowland

Ken Rowland

Ken’s watercolors portray the delicate beauty of the Southwest.  His creative works have gained a fine reputation for accuracy and  beauty.  His work is in private collections through out the United  States, Japan, and Germany.
He has won numerous awards  throughout Texas and New Mexico.  His watercolors, oils and pastels can be viewed at Rivers Edge Gallery, Kerrville, Texas, Lee  Bunch Gallery, Del Rio, Texas and Artizen Outlet, Midland,  Texas. His studeo in Gardendale, Texas.

Art by Ken Rowland

©Ken Rowland

 

Visit Ken’s website

Artist Cheryl Roush

Cheryl Roush

Cheryl is a realistic artist who paints mainly in oils. She has a passion for the outdoors and animals which is reflected in her paintings. Cheryl varies her subject matter but often paints Southwestern and Western scenes. She enjoys painting commissioned pieces of clients’ dogs and other pets. Cheryl received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas and also an Associates Degree in Photography from the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver.

Art by Cheryl Roush

©Cheryl Roush

 

www.oilpaintingsbycherylroush.com/

 

Artist Leslie Slaughter

Leslie Slaughter

The beauty of glass has always held a fascination for Leslie-from the drama of a church stained glass window to fantastic blown glass in galleries. She has been a portrait artist for the past 17 years with some work in sculpture. And now, Leslie has focused back on glass. Leslie has been involved in fusing glass for  the past several years.

Glass art by Leslie Slaughter

©Leslie Slaughter

 

www.glasscreationgallery.com/

Artist Wayne Stratton

Wayne Stratton

Wayne enjoys landscape, nature, and High Dynamic Range photography.  His work is featured in many recent Oil magazines, such as The American Oil and Gas Reporter, IPAA (Independent  Petroleum Association of America), NALTA (National Association of Lease and Title  Analysts), and a special edition of FORTUNE Magazine.  Wayne’s work was  also chosen for the grand opening of the I-20 Wildlife Preserve and Jenna Welch Nature Study Center in Midland Texas.

Photo by Wayne Stratton

©Wayne Stratton

 

www.waynestratton.com

Artist Mary Tucci

Mary Tucci

Mary is an award winning artist who hopes to bring a moment of pleasure to her viewers through her artistic endeavors.  She is active in the Palette Club and is a member of the Andrews Art Guild, Arts Council of Midland, Midland Arts Association, and the Odessa Arts Association.

Art by Mary Tucci

©Mary Tucci

 

Artist Jo Turner

Jo Turner

Jo creates unique and beautiful mosaics to add artful whimsy to your home.

Mosaic by Jo Turner

©Jo Turner

 

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