Tammy Brown is Texas artist inspired by nature and human nature. She paints the trees and birds of her home and studio in Bastrop, Texas, the parks and flora of her Mueller neighborhood in Austin, and favorite scenes from her travels. She is intrigued by late evening light in the landscape and the impact of warm light on color.
She is also passionate about birds which she paints from her own photographs. They are often arranged to reflect patterns of human-style relating.
Tammy has studied painting and drawing with many artists and teachers in Austin and attended painting workshops in the U.S., France, and Greece. Her work has been included in many group shows, contests, galleries, restaurants and businesses in Austin, Bastrop., and other Central Texas communities. Shows include Art Connections Gallery, Austin Fine Arts Gallery, Hyde Park Bar and Grill, Bastrop Art in Public Places, Art in the Pines Gallery, the Georgetown Art Hop, Old Bakery and Emporium, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and more.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Tammy incorporates nature and creativity into the treatment of depression, anxiety, and grief in her psychotherapy practice. She shares her paintings and photography and writes about her days at “Little Piney,” her Bastrop home, at
Tammy’s art can be seen online at Tammybrownart.com.
A founding member of the League, Jo works in pastels, oils and acrylics. Jo explores the concept of landscape in a nostalgic way, then paints what her assumptions mean to her. She creates an illusion rather than exact reality to stir the imagination.
Jo says, “Each painting is a learning experience. My techniques developed over the years from just painting, painting and more painting. Painting from life is her greatest interest. Still life and plein air fall in that category. Living in South America for 16 years and traveling around the rest of the Western Hemisphere has greatly influenced my style. My interest in scenery, colors and the people affects my painting results.”
Jo grew up in Magdalena, New Mexico. She and husband, Gene, spend their winters in Bastrop and head for the mountains in New Mexico or elsewhere to escape the Texas heat.
I am a painter with a focus in portraiture. I work mostly in acrylics but I can break out the watercolors or oil paints for certain styles when I feel the urge. As of late 2017, I am working full time as an artist and showing at arts and crafts shows and dog shows.
A Native Texan and avid photographer who “grew up with a camera in his hand”, it seemed perfectly natural for Dell Faubus to take photos of anything and everything that captured his interest. After high school graduation, he began taking college courses on photography, which helped him gain direction in his art. Even now, many years later, Faubus tends to photograph what he finds interesting, and since he has a wide range of interests, he finds that he will still photograph just about anything from landscape and nature to portraits.
Photographic services Dell offers range from family portraits to photo restoration. He also provides portraiture at events, which can include a full studio setup on location with immediate live view of photos and on-site printing. Faubus recognizes that every photograph is unique and may often require a professional touch to correct flaws, fading, or other damage that can occur. Professional photographic restoration of old prints and realistic touch up, such as exposure and contrast enhancement and blemish removal, are some of his specialties.
To see samples of his portraiture photography, see http://www.dellfaubus.com.
For examples of his skills in photographic touch-up and restoration, visit http://www.dellfaubus.net.
Contact Dell Faubus via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 512.709.9784.