Best Local Austin Artists & Top 25 Famous Artists From Texas

Best Local Austin Artists & Top 25 Famous Artists From Texas

Here is a list of the best artists from Texas:

  1. Jason Eatherly
  2. Raymond (Ray) Allen
  3. Jason Archer
  4. Hunter Ash
  5. Beth Consetta Rubel
  6. Misha Maynerick Blaise
  7. Becca Borrelli
  8. Neena Buxani
  9. Katy Horan
  10. Graham Franciose
  11. Karen Maness
  12. Angela Navarro
  13. Jennifer Balkan
  14. Court Lurie
  15. Ryan Runcie
  16. Caitlin G McCollom
  17. Vy Ngo
  18. Inés Batlló
  19. Rachel Dickson
  20. Arielle Austin
  21. JR Rapier
  22. Katie Dunkle
  23. Jessica Erickson
  24. Anna Ganina
  25. Larry Goode

     

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    Jason Eatherly

    Jason Eatherly

    Jason is a local street artist, that has murals all around Austin. He is most famous for his queen Eli composition.

    Jason explains his art

    ‚ÄúI use this image as a symbol for what I do and a form of repetition to keep my fan base able to relate back to the same artist and I do so by means of stickers, wheat pastes, paint rollers, and spray paint.‚ÄĚ

    Jason Eatherly Art

    Queen Eli 

    Jason Eatherly Art

     

     

    Raymond (Ray) Allen

    Raymond (Ray) Allen

    Raymond grew up a Texan and loves to use his hands in creating his art. His innovative ability to incorporate woodworking, painting, and glassmaking into his artwork makes him a special artist. Nevertheless, Ray utilizes a wide range of mediums to create his art.

    Raymond (Ray) Allen Art

    Raymond (Ray) Allen Art

     

     

    Jason Archer

    Jason Archer

    Jason is a creative visual artist, and one of the pioneers of the contemporary art scene in Austin, Texas.

    His work uses Pop Art and incorporates political parody.

    Jason Archer Art

    Major Stray / Third Edition

    Jason Archer Art

     

     

    Hunter Ash

    Hunter Ash

    Hunter creates abstract paintings that comprise of lively and naturalistic colors.

    Her creative procedure is thoughtful and deliberate. She investigates the subject in her own unique way and expresses its form. 

    Hunter Ash Art

    Hunter Ash Art

     

     

    Beth Consetta Rubel

    Beth Consetta Rubel

    As a visual artist, Beth's work focuses on themes of race, gender, sexuality, and current pop culture. She uses a mix of color pencils, chalk pastels, acrylic, and gouache paint, and uses a brown paper bag as her canvas.

    Beth's subject matters are relativistic to the cultural norms, bringing awareness to historical concepts and events that society often chooses to neglect.

    Beth Consetta Rubel Art

    Paper Bag Test: Obama

    Beth Consetta Rubel Art

     

     

    Misha Maynerick Blaise

    Misha Maynerick Blaise

    Misha is an artist known for her strong utilization of colorful colors using geometric shapes.

    She has created designs for some, renowned brands including Urban Outfitters, CB2, Nordstrom, and West Elm.

    Her work has been highlighted in various publications including the New York Times, Style Magazine, USA Today, Green Living, HGTV, and Apartment Therapy.

    Misha is also a writer-artist of a few books. Her latest book, This Phenomenal Life, has been converted into 5 different languages and was a smash hit in China. 

    Misha Maynerick Blaise Art

    Misha Maynerick Blaise Art

     

     

    Becca Borrelli

    Becca Borrelli

    Becca graduated with an MA in Art from The University of Texas, and she has been teaching as an art instructor at The Contemporary Art School in Austin.

    Her work tends to be lively, splendid, and a cheerful elucidation of the world's unconventional and supernatural situations.

    Becca Borrelli Art

    Congress Bridge, Austin Print

    Becca Borrelli Art

     

     

    Neena Buxani

    Neena Buxani

    Neena Buxani is an Indian-American artist who was raised in Brownsville, Texas.

    Neena's paintings have been displayed in various shows, exhibitions, and scenes. Her works have been bought by various Private Collectors throughout the world.

    Neena works with two styles for her compositions. The main style uses liquor ink and various mediums at a huge scale, and she adds abstract gemstones, which she has titled her "Jewel Collection".

    Neena's second style is illustrative. She utilizes basic hue colors, to make enormous paintings using floral and Goddess images. 

    Neena Buxani Art

    Neena Buxani Art

     

     

    Katy Horan

    katy Horan

    Katy's artwork examines the role of females and how they are and have been represented by society throughout history and mythology.

    Katy explains how she creates her art:

    "I pull visual inspiration and ideas from a wide variety of sources including film, literature, folk art, and music. I then rearrange these fragments of imagery and information to construct new variations of recurring figures and re-imagine familiar narratives."

    Katy Horan Art

    Katy Horan Art

     

     

    Graham Franciose

    Graham Franciose

    Graham explains his work:

    "A lot of my work deals with the quiet moments in a story, between the excitement and action where characters deal with internal conflicts, doubt, loneliness, wonder, apprehension. My work often comes across as sad and melancholy, but there is always a sense of hope that I am trying to portray. I try to keep the meaning and scenario of my work open-ended so each viewer can interpret the narrative in their own way. There is a story in there, but it's up to you to decide what it is."

    Graham Franciose Art

    Graham Franciose Art

     

     

    Karen Maness

    Karen Maness

    Karen art focuses on painting broad landscape scenes. Her artwork welcomes observers into the actual scenes and engages them to use their imaginations.

    Karen Maness Art

    Karen Maness Art

     

     

    Angela Navarro

    Angela Navarro

    Angela's paintings are a beautiful theoretical anecdote of nature and have a particular focus on herbal plants.

    Her utilization of shading and dynamic structure changes each canvas into an energetic piece. 

    Angela Navarro Art

    Angela Navarro Art

     

     

    Jennifer Balkan

    Jennifer Balkan Art

    Jennifer was inspired to start painting after visiting France, Italy, and Spain. She has won numerous honors art awards from the Portrait Society of America, the Academy of Realist Art, and The Austin Chronicle.

    Jennifer Balkan Art

    Jennifer Balkan Art

     

     

    Court Lurie

    Court Lurie

    Court's artwork has been highlighted in various life magazines. She has gotten honors from Gladys Nielson at Woman made Gallery in Chicago. 

    Court Lurie Art

    Court Lurie Art

     

     

    Ryan Runcie

    Ryan Runcie

    Ryan draws motivation for his art from his daily encounters as a biracial individual living in Texas.

    Honing his abilities as a portrait artist, Runcie twists the guidelines of natural colors to deliberately obscure the lines of race and ethnicity. Ryan believes that he can play a positive role in social and racial awareness.

    Ryan Runcie Art

    Ryan Runcie Art

     

     

    Caitlin G McCollom

    Caitlin G McCollom

    A 2010 alumni of Texas State University, Caitlin utilizes high-stream acrylic paint, polypropylene paper, and a paintbrush to make colorful and brilliant abstract art.

    Caitlin's artwork was been highlighted in Vogue, Marie Claire, and Real Simple, and can be found in numerous galleries.

    Caitlin G McCollom Art

    Caitlin G McCollom Art

     

     

    Vy Ngo

    vy ngo

    When Vy first started in the world of art, she was not an abstract nor theoretical artist as she is today, rather she was seeking a career in medicine.

    However, she had a craving to recount stories, she was told and knew, through a visual medium. This lead her to start painting, which she feel in love with.

    Vy's pieces are painted with splendid hues and fast brushstrokes. Her artwork also addresses contemporary points of personality, culture, and governmental issues.

    Vy Ngo Art

    Vy Ngo Art

     

     

    Inés Batlló

    inés batlló

    Inés acknowledges her dad who was an artist, for her motivation and love of art, he passed away when she was younger. Her artwork endeavors to connect any separation between the various societies.

    Inés batlló Art

    CORRIENTES

    inés batlló Art

     

     

    Rachel Dickson

    Rachel Dickson 

    Rachel utilizes art as a healing practice to manage rage and heartache. 

    Rachel Dickson Art

    Buster Bear

    Rachel Dickson Art

     

     

    Arielle Austin

    Arielle Austin

    Arielle's work investigates the personal connection among subjects and watchers with layers, surfaces, and subtleties.

    Arielle propels the watcher to investigate - to get private with the art. Arielle works with acrylic, oil, and paper to create her reflective abstract paintings. 

    Arielle Austin Art

    Remembering the Start

    Arielle Austin Art

     

     

    JR Rapier

    JR Rapier

    JR's artwork is shown at Keep Contemporary in Santa Fe, N.M. Her paintings can be seen globally and in various galleries throughout Texas, including Art For The People Gallery in Austin.

    JR Rapier Art

    In The Woods

    JR Rapier Art

     

     

    Katie Dunkle

    Katie Dunkle

    Katie is right now developing a work entitled "Girls", which tests the extravagance of wants of females through-line drawings using figures.

    Katie Dunkle Art

    Katie Dunkle Art

     

     

    Jessica Erickson

    Sometimes classified as an abstract artist, Jessica shows free-movement trough her artwork, however, when you closely observer her art, you can tell she has full control of her lines.

    Jessica Erickson Art

    "10" 

    Jessica Erickson Art

     

     

    Anna Ganina

    Anna Ganina

    Anna Ganina was brought up in Odessa, Ukraine.

    Anna Ganina Art

    Anna Ganina Art

     

    Larry Goode

    larry goode

    Larry's artwork is usually a reflective abstract piece. He utilizes paper recycled from old books. His pieces look into themes of space, time, and what makes up life.

    Larry Goode Art

    Larry Goode Art

     

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