Pardon Me, Paige Kalena Follmann

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Painting in a style that has been described as “Matisse meets Picasso”, Paige Kalena Follmann’s approach to reinventing classical art, is modern, imaginative, and her final product never disappoints. Working out of her home studio located in the eclectic neighborhood of Virginia Highlands in Atlanta, Georgia, Paige attempts to create a balance and harmonious symphony […]

Pardon Me, Ashton Shaw Despot

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We have long admired the work of New Orleans-based artist Ashton Shaw Despot. Ashton is known for painting loose, impressionistic landscapes and scenes inspired by nature. Her hope is that through her methodology, of working quickly to capture a mood rather than a scene, she can evoke within the viewer a sense of childlike discovery […]

Pardon Me, EMYO

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The daughter of a Cuban American, EMYO’s expressive style, and bold strokes may find their origins in her Spanish roots. Her many years of experimentation in drawing laid the foundation for the painting that would come later in her life…After first receiving her bachelor’s degree from Auburn University, EMYO went on to study under an […]

Pardon Me, Amanda Norman

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Amanda Norman is no stranger to Well + Wonder. As an artist who has been a part of the W+W family for over a year, her artwork continually brings us joy! Therefore, you can imagine our excitement when Amanda shared with us her latest series as well as her inspiration behind these new beauties. In […]

Pardon Me, Chambers Austelle

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We have long admired the work of Charleston-based artist Chambers Austelle. Her compositions of vivid color and female subjects, for which she is best known, are striking and inspiring. The juxtaposition, within her works, of isolated environments with prominent figures challenge the viewer to question the way beauty and women are perceived in our culture. […]

Pardon Me, Hannah Betzel

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We first met Athens, Georgia based artist Hannah Betzel a year ago at The Southern C Summit in Charleston.  Actually before we ever met Hannah we were blown away by her work on the stage at the Southern C.  Hannah’s large mixed media abstract paintings are captivating.  You can stare for a long time, come […]

Pardon Me, Susie Bettenhausen

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  We are very lucky to have the very talented Susie Bettenhausen on Well + Wonder. She is originally from Alabama and currently resides in both Palm Beach County or in her studio located in the 30A area of Florida. She uses acrylic, watercolor, pastel, and charcoal and her color combinations and brush strokes create beautiful, […]

Pardon Me, Adele Yonchak.

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As it happens with many artists, Adele Yonchak did not set out to become a professional artist. She has always been the creative type, but it wasn’t until her senior year of high school when she dropped Physics and picked up an additional art class that she really fell into art. Adele’s work draws you […]

The Why? in the Ceilings

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So many times in the world of art we hear about the what and the how of art, but rarely the why. We are so lucky to feature the talented artist Lexie Armstrong at Well + Wonder and we are often asked about the inspiration behind her stunning ceiling series. Here is what she had to […]

Introducing Hannah Betzel!

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I am so thrilled to welcome Athens, Georgia based artist Hannah Betzel to Well + Wonder Artist Collective. I was introduced to Hannah through the Southern C Summit last spring in Charleston, South Carolina. Hannah’s large mixed media paintings were displayed on easels on the stage and the movement, layers of depth, and colors in […]

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