Mark Workman and Anthony Waichulis

To read about Mark Workman and Anthony Waichulis, see the September 2007 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here are some pieces that didn’t appear in the issue.

Mark Workman

October (acrylic, 45?x30)

Agrarian Sunset (acrylic, 14 5/8×50 5/8)

Cling (acrylic, 45?x30)

Shallow Pond (acrylic, 28×84)

Hiding From Helios (acrylic, 29?x33)

Anthony Waichulis

Recess (oil, 8×10)

Common Thread (oil, 16×20)

The Art Illusion (oil on Masonite, 20×16)

Momentary Lapse of Reason (oil, 5×7)

Keepsake (oil on Masonite, 17×11)

Born in 1960, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Mark Workman studied at the Rochester Institute of Technology and at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has shown his work at the Bernarducci.Meisel. Gallery in New York City and the Lancaster Museum of Art. The poet Alfred Corn reviewed his work in ARTnews (May 1993).

Born in 1972 in rural Pennsylvania, Anthony Waichulis has won numerous awards and honors, including the 2006 certification as a “living master” by Art Renewal Center. An art instructor at Luzerne County Community College in Nanticoke, Pensylvania as well as at his own atelier, Waichulis Studios in Mocanaqua, Pennsylvania, he is represented by John Pence Gallery in San Francisco.

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