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Roula Ayoub

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Roula Ayoub’s abstract paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout the U.S. and abroad, including the Appleton Museum of Art in Florida; the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman, Jordan; the JHS Gallery in Taos, New Mexico (USA); and the Galerie Espace Lucrèce in Paris, France.

In addition, her work is is in public and corporate collections including those of the Beirut International Airport and the Bank Audi Art Collection in Beirut, Lebanon. Museum collections include those of the Museum of Fine Arts at Florida State University in Tallahassee Florida and the Sharjah Art Museum in UAE.

Roula was born in 1964 in Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa. She received her M.S. in Interior Design and Fine Arts with honorable mention from Florida State University.

"With my various travels, journeys, and cultural experiences, I felt like creating a new world of my own, a world where there is only love, peace, happiness, faith, forgiveness, and understanding. In my art, you find freedom, peace, and joy, a place where one dreams to reach to."

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Beth Balogh

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Beth Balogh creates sophisticated imagery using beautiful handmade papers, painted textures and flowers. Educated at the University of Michigan School of Art, she's earned many awards and has worked in the social expression industry for the past seven years. Ms. Balogh finds inspiration and support from creative friends, her designer husband, her two very talented children and her dog.

"I am intrigued by color, texture, shape and their strikingly eloquent interaction in nature. Drawing on both natural and environmental influences, I bridge both traditional and non-traditional methods to create visual relationships. These prints are but a snippet of the beauty that abounds around us. If only there was enough time to capture all the possibilities!"