The Artists

Lauren Randalls
Young artist, nursing student, portrait drawing expert, Lauren is learning to dabble in other mediums and mastering them, too. She will be an artist to watch.

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Jennifer Redstreake Geary

Jennifer’s art has been featured in many group and solo shows in the Tennessee Valley over the past 10 years. Her original work is sought out by collectors all across the globe. Her new paintings in the coming year will both please her collectors and attract new ones (she hopes!). Her paintings have been featured in national magazines and have been published countless times in local media. Her art is now finding new homes on a global scale thanks to licensing, so now everyone can enjoy the works of art that she has envisioned and created. She is now selling in Home Goods and TJ MAXX as well as stores in the UK. Jen is licensed with 11 companies and is hoping in 2017, her Redstreake brand will grow even more. Jennifer has done 3 fabric lines and designed home decor products as well as illustrations for children's books. She has also won 3 ADDY awards for her design work.

She happily resides with her kids and partner in crime in Huntsville, Alabama.

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Karyn Meyer-Berthel

An artist cannot avoid being an artist,  no matter how much rejection, obsession or vulnerability is required.  

It is imperative that I paint, and always has been.  I am always at home in my artwork, truer to myself and my gifts than I am when I withhold.  

It is in painting that I can explain my choices, my desires and my character.  Abstract work has become my first love, and it is required of me now to explore this subject and medium to its fullest.

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Andrea Pramuk
Andrea Pramuk is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Being raised by an art professor and museum curator, Andrea naturally gravitated to art and painting. Soon, it became her life long pursuit. After attending the Kansas City Art Institute and receiving her BFA, she attended the University of Texas at Austin and received her MFA. Today, she is simultaneously pursuing her art career and a career in graphic design and marketing at a local wood painting panel manufacturer. With daily exposure to new materials for artists, she takes full advantage of this unique opportunity to explore diverse applications for her work in mixed media. Andrea is always seeking ways to use her work to support her many humanitarian and environmental causes and is driven by the desire to give new meaning and purpose to what it means to be an artist today both locally and globally. Currently, she lives in Austin, Texas.

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