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b. 1946  


Bill Shearer grew up in Pennsylvania, He went on to study art at Marietta College and The Ivy School of Art, the same school as pop art icon, Keith Haring. Bill describes his process, "I am inspired by a rhythm of impulsive strokes and forms, drips, and splatters. As I paint I try to rule nothing out. It needs to be spontaneous. I want my work to have the grit, soul, and heart of a good blues tune."  Bill incorporates this energy and passion into his work, each piece emerging through a collection of collaged elements using paint, oil stick, painted papers, and various found objects composed within his canvas. Both a painter and a sculptor, Bill is described by his contemporaries as a fearless artist, embracing qualities similar to Robert Rauschenberg and Cy Twombley.  Bill is also a World Champion horseback rider and a cowboy at heart. He has been riding most of his life and hopes to continue riding forever. His love for horses runs deep, owning a small stable of horses, training colts, and competing in national and state events, which has garnered him multiple world championships.  Bill's artworks have been displayed across the country and are held in many corporate and private collections. He has collected numerous awards for his works.  Mr. Shearer lives on his ranch in Medina County, Ohio with his wife, Jenny.


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b. 1949


JEREMY ANNEAR was born in Born in Exeter u.k. in 1949. Following schooling Jeremy went to Exeter College of Art in the late sixties where he studied painting and printmaking and subsequently trained to be a teacher at Exeter University Rolle College.  During the seventies and eighties taught art at all levels whilst raising a family and exploring early language as a painter.  In 1987 moved to Cornwall to paint full time. During early years in Cornwall became a member of the Newlyn Society of Art (NSA) and the Penwith Society of Artists. He subsequently became a committee member of the NSA and served on the council of management of the Newlyn Gallery.  During 1991/92 he lived in Germany having been awarded a DAAD stipendium. A formative period of work was followed by several solo and mixed exhibitions in Berlin Leipzig and Worpswede and Bremen. Also chosen at this time to mount a solo exhibition at the international Celtic Festival in L,Orient France.  1993 he spent an extended period painting in Sydney in Australia followed by a return to UK where Jeremy converted and developed a derelict former chapel and Sunday school where he now lives with his wife, the painter Judy Buxton, and his youngest daughter.

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Nick Dahlen
Minneapolis, MN

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Nick Dahlen is a painter, illustrator and designer from Minneapolis, Minnesota.  Graduating with an Associates degree in graphic design from the Art Institutes  Intl. in 2010, Nick has since designed for both local businesses and music  makers alike. He’s been commissioned by, has collaborated with other  artists in painting murals around the Twin Cities, and has been making and  showing his own work since his graduation. His influences range from whimsical children’s book illustrations, to Matisse, all the way to the effortless motion  of a graffiti tag. Nick is fascinated by the simplicity of how one brush stroke  can tell a story and is devoted to pairing shapes and ideas that could write a  visual novel. His aim is to inspire the viewer into seeing life in a more  creative, fun and bizarre way. His work invites you to step into a world devoid  of boundary, revolving around the silly, unique and complex nature of the human  condition that proves Nick’s work to be both fanciful and full of depth. Through  the use of vibrant colors and ideas his aesthetic evokes a dynamic that is  fresh, urban and thought provoking.

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