Every Thursday, we welcome a batch of new artists and artwork to UGallery. This series of blog posts highlights each week’s new artists. The three this week are a natural pairing.
Our new artists are Andrea Allegrone, Jean Thomas, and Andrew Vernon. Read on below to learn more about each of them. Leave them a nice comment on their profile pages to welcome them to UGallery!
Andrea Allegrone. Stockbridge, Georgia
What goes around comes around. For Andrea Allegrone, her attempt to capture the unknown force in nature results in art that is mysterious and instinctive. Swirls of surrealism mix with atmospheric abstractions for an organic finished product. With topics ranging from spirit animals to dream interpretations, Andrea attempts to ignite an artistic phenomenon he calls the “Blue Flame”—the opposition of traditional social and psychological attributes within art.
Jean Thomas. Lake Oswego, Oregon
Jean Thomas holds an ongoing dialogue with her paintings to create extremely personal work. She explores texture, design, and color as she sees it. Every dribble of paint and impasto brushstroke leaves behind vibrant textures ripe for contemplation. She cares for every detail and ounce of energy in her paintings. Jean says, “the emotional impact of the subject and even the paint itself is important to me.”
Andrew Vernon. Largo, Florida
Andrew Vernon was bred to be a photographer. Surrounded by photography growing up, Andrew naturally picked up a camera and took a shot. Andrew’s work finds the balance between technicality and creativity in order to engage and sustain a wide audience. The inherent stillness of seascapes and landscapes moves Andrew to capture passionate photographs.