Renee Vance

Accomplished painter and sculptor, Renee Vance [American - born 1954] is best known for her life-like and ethereal portraits. At times, Vance's iconic portraits have honored such historical figures as Rodin's pupil and lover, Camille Claudel (1864-1938), a Yankton Nakota writer, educator and classical violinist. Using the carefully honed skills acquired while studying art and scientific /medical illustration at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Vance applies sensitive brush strokes and gold leaf backgrounds to execute her portraits, Realistic and classical with a luminous quality, her renditions of people from various cultural backgrounds honor diversity as well as universality. "Through my art, I focus on connectedness of humankind. I want to pay tribute to the physical as well as the spiritual attributes of my subjects." For the past twenty-five years, she has Exhibited in galleries in Seattle, Colorado, New Mexico, and North Carolina; her work is in many private and public collections. Vance's home and studio are in a remote desert area in Southern Arizona.View Renee's work here or contact Lou Anne Sterbick-Nelson at 520 432 5877.

Hour of the Wolf



Belleza is Bisbee, Arizona’s premier art gallery featuring the works of over 20 artists. Visitors to Belleza, located on historic Old Bisbee’s Main Street, will enter a newly restored gallery that typifies the wonderful feel of Bisbee at the turn of the 20th century. Great art is to be found here.

From William Spencer’s multidimensional showpieces, to David Berridge’s oil pastel masterpieces, to Moran Brown’s copper work to A. M. Stockhill’s stunning mixed media work to Tom Murray’s magnificent oils, there is something for everyone.

William Spencer III

One Step to Language

Acrylic on Plastered Panel - 48 x 48

contemporary acrylic and mixed media, silkscreen, wax and windex on plaster and eucalyptus board panel

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Bisbee's Main St in a snowstorm
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