Ronna S. Harris is a painter and has been a member of the Tulane University faculty since 1989. Ronna has exhibited nationally in numerous galleries and museums and is included in six museum’s permanent collections. Ronna was also included in the Biennale Internationale dell’Arte Conternporanea, Florence Biennale, Florence, Italy and the Scope Basel, Amsterdam. The White House Historical Society commissioned her to create an original work, The East Sitting Room, the painting became a permanent part of the exhibition, White House Impressions: The President’s House Through the Eye of the Artist. She has been featured in eight books, the most recent New American Paintings 130, and awarded Editor’s Selection. Also this year Ronna S. Harris was featured in a one person show Inside Looking Out / Outside Looking In: Paintings at the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum, Blowing Rock, North Carolina. She is represented by Steven Callan at Callan Fine Art.
Ronna work is rooted in tradition.she believe color. composition and drawing are equal components of her art making. However, her paintings communicate a state of controlled chaos as she combine two divergent forces and approaches: realism and abstract expression. her subject matter revolves around water reflections and self-discovery. By proficient handling of fight, a mastery of images and a skillful mark making. her paintings confer an illusion of reality to something that’s not real. her philosophy is art is magic. and magic is illusion.
Uma Aslam have been painting for almost 20 years. Residing now in the northwest for almost 10 years.
she began her artistic journey in the East of France and then in the north of Spain, where she was fortunate to open a gallery and studio she try to convey upon her canvas that which stirs her emotionally and spiritually as well as her personal experiences.
with the esoterics and spirituality. Sometimes a painting will appear to her as a vision and other times from intuition. she hope the vibrant colors and symbolism in her works to have a positive effect upon the viewer, space and any environment.