HOLBEIN NORTH AMERICA
A Holbein North American Community Artist is someone who has a passion for creating original artwork using Holbein materials and have voluntarily submitted to be featured here on our webpage. Artists must be at least 18 years of age to submit artworks and residing in the United States or Canada.
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Interested in joining Holbein’s Artist Community?
Complete and submit the Artist form with full name as you would like it displayed, a short bio including why you like and use Holbein materials in your creative process, website and/or social media tags and 3-5 pieces of original artwork done with (or at least primarily) Holbein materials.
If chosen, you will be notified via email and featured here on the Holbein Community Artist Page for a non-specific amount of time decided on by HK Holbein Inc. The duration of time spent featured on our webpage will be determined by a number of factors including, but not limited to the volume of submissions or artwork content and type of medium.
**Note submissions are made voluntarily and artists/artwork chosen to be featured on the webpage is purely to the discretion of HK Holbein Inc.
MUST BE 18 OR OLDER AND LIVING IN NORTH AMERICA TO SUBMIT ARTWORK
Tim is President of Spare Time Entertainment which currently owns and operates 18 Family Entertainment Centers in 10 states across the US. He is a resident of South Burlington and has lived in Chittenden County his whole life. In his “spare time” he enjoys fishing, hunting, golf, taking walks with his wife, Shelly, and, of course, drawing.
Zeppelin works across many mediums—painting, ceramics, illustration, animation, audio manipulation, and woodworking– but he spends a great deal of his life absorbed within the refuge of his sketchbook. He deconstructs imagined personas of fellow public transporters and those he shares close relationships with, caricaturing their physical attributes, harnessing their modes of expression, and stretching their likeness to a point of being merely unrecognizable. He has an obsession with the absurd and nonsensical; creating works as tender as they are aggressive.
Kristen is a self-taught artist, working primarily in acrylics. From as early as she can remember, she loved art and could always be found with a pencil or paintbrush in her hand. Over the years, she would practice drawing by copying the works of artists she admired. Kristen has always been passionate about the environment and the outdoors and obtained her BSc. in Land Reclamation. Working in both the government and private sector for several years, she followed her heart and left the professional world to pursue artwork. It is truly something she was created to do and is now living a purposeful life as an artist.
For Kristen, painting is not just about art, but also the opportunity to spread joy through her artwork.
Matthew Willie Garcia
Matthew Willie Garcia is a printmaker whose work moves far beyond the traditional print media, which includes screen printing, mokuhanga, projection-mapping, animation, and large-scale installation. Drawing on his love of science and science fiction, Garcia explore his queer existence and the unknowable qualities of the universe. Garcia uses his knowledge of printmaking to explore these themes through color abstraction, the graphic image, and nonrepresentational forms.
Garcia is a California born printmaker who is currently living and working in Kansas City, MO and Lawrence, KS. He received his B.F.A. in Printmaking from the Kansas City Art Institute and his M.F.A. from the University of Kansas. Garcia has shown his work regionally throughout the Midwest. Most notably his work was included as part of the “Queer Abstraction” exhibition at the Nerman Contemporary Museum of art, “Star Children” exhibition at the Bradbury Art Museum and is currently on display at the Des Moines Arts Center as part of the “Immersive” exhibition. His work has also been shown internationally as part of “Sumi-Fusion” Mokuhanga exhibition in Nara, Japan and is shortlisted for the 2022 On Paper exhibition in Barcelona, Spain. Garcia is currently the Studio Manager at the Lawrence Arts Center in Lawrence, KS.
Obadiah has traveled extensively throughout the U.S.A and the world in search of the most interesting places and people to paint. He recently wrote and published a book of his travels and paintings from the last 25 years on the road with little more than his clothes on his back and his easel and oil paints, of course from Holbein.
Alden is an American artist with a knack for psychedelia and fantasy.
Katharine grew up in the flatlands of Connecticut and couldn’t wait to move to Vermont to ski. She studied at Green Mountain College and the University of Colorado in Boulder for her Sociology degree.
Katharine has been coloring for a living since 1988. She started out making hand made watercolor greeting cards, and in two years she sold over 15,000 -each one individually painted- to shops in New England. The next year, Montstream Studio started printing her images and she and her husband began selling the greeting cards nation wide.
In 1989, her painting career took off after she had her first solo show at a favorite bar in Burlington, the Daily Planet. The images were of buildings, big gardens and the skyline of Burlington. Since then she’s had multiple exhibits in Vermont and focuses on her favorite subjects, the lake, mountains, snow, woods, swimming holes and Burlington’s iconic Moran Plant. You can find the Montstream Studio & Gallery in Burlington, Vermont.