Bellefontaine, AL Artists and Artisans
My art is available to the trade/retail through my website, several art galleries, and interior designer showrooms. Please contact me directly if you interested in a private commission. Textiles coming soon to my website. Let me know that you are interested so that I can keep you posted!
- 9673 Cobham Park Dr DaphneAL36526
I am an artist specializing in fluid acrylic abstracts and resin art. I live on the beautiful Gulf Coast and love to create based on the colors and culture of the South. Commissions and custom works are welcome.
- 2778 North Grafhill Drive MobileAL36606
I am an abstract artist. I use alcohol inks in creating my artwork. Original art is either 5"x7" on 8"10" mat or 8"x10" on 11"x14" mat. Giclee prints are available for all artwork and can be ordered in sizes from 8"x8" to 40"x60". Pricing dependent upon format. Inquires welcome. New artwork is added to my website on a regular basis. Check back often.
Brad Robertson has painted all his life. Born and raised in the coastal town of Mobile, Alabama, his earliest inspiration was the landscape—the indigenous pines and oak trees, and the waters of Mobile Bay. The coastal landscape is still a major source of inspiration for Robertson. At Auburn University Robertson spent time studying architecture and industrial design. During his time in college an art professor nurtured the foundation for what would eventually become Robertson’s career as a professional painter, encouraging his unique ability to work with color and texture to create depth, complexity and expressiveness. Robertson earned his BFA in graphic arts in 1999, leaving painting behind for a time and moving to Atlanta to work as a full-time graphic artist at a production company. After a few years he decided the structure and monotony of big-city life was not for him, and began to think of his roots in Alabama. Robertson moved back to Alabama in 2002, lured back to the more relaxed coastal way of life. Since then Robertson has become an award-winning artist with collectors throughout the United States. Still based in Mobile, he is active in the local art community and says he cannot imagine doing anything else for a living. He considers good music an integral part of the artistic process and tries his hand at fishing in his spare time, though he admits he should probably stick to painting.
My name is Jenny Dees Barnett. I am the owner of Sweetly Salvaged. I make everything from picture frames & playhouses to magnificent driftwood tree sculptures and everything in between. My Heart and soul goes into everything I make. I specialize in custom orders. 98% of the materials I use are all recycled , re-purposed, salvaged. To me there is something simply beautiful about a piece of wood that is 98 years old. It is flawed with character and its amazing. I work extremely hard to find all my materials. most of my wood you will not find at your local lumber store or hardware store that is for sure. I am very passionate about everything I do.