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Skills and Techniques
painting, drawing, realism, surrealism, abstract, non-objective, still life, acrylics, watercolor, oils, graphite, color pencil, building, neo-renaissance, contour
Get to Know
I am proud to offer classes at The Riverside Gallery in Snohomish. You can see the list of classes at the website of The Riverside Gallery, www.theriversidegalleryart.com.
WE ARE VERY PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT MANY OF OUR WORKS CAN NOW BE VIEWED AT THE RIVERSIDE GALLERY, 1101 First Street, Lower Level, Snohomish, Wa. Just below Todo Mexico! Elaine LaFemme Studios is an artist's dream that has developed over the years. The Studio is home to several artistic personalities who share in their love of original works. We support each other in producing for you the finest originals we can. Our differing personalities brings to you a smorgasbord of artwork so you can find one that is right for you. We also enjoy making jewelry with an artistic flair. We kind of think of it as art for the body, Peruse our studios to your hearts" content. The studio galleries are arranged by medium. Each piece is clearly titled and labeled by which artist personality it was made. All inquiries are warmly welcomed and we would love to clear any and questions you may have before purchasing. Thank-you for visiting our studio. The artists" bios follow. S. Paradiso is an artist and instructor in southern New Mexico. There she teaches students in Deming, a small desert town approximately an hours drive from the border. She has been a positive influence on so many of her students that they often visit her years later. Ms. Paradiso is a Chicago born first generation American. She attended the Chicago Art Institute on Scholarship where she was awarded her Bachelors in Fine Art. She previously owned a gallery in the famous "Old Town" area of Chicago, a place where talents such as John Candy and Dan Akroyd began. Ms Paradiso is an avid artist in New Mexico and is often seen with her students doing plein air in the ghost towns. E.D. Fiedler is a Chicago born first generation American who has traveled the country. This artist has been displayed and won awards throughout the country and has had the opportunity to be mentored by S. Paradiso, while living in Silver City, New Mexico. A great deal of spirit from the desert is incorporated into the works the artists would hike the mountain trails with fellow friend and artist Henry Atencio. The rich heritage of the native peoples of the area as taught by Ms. Paradiso and Mr. Atencio heavily influenced the artist's works who has acquired the nickname of "The Cactus Artist"