Art & Artists

“I begin with an idea and then it becomes something else.”
–Pablo Picasso

Picasso’s simple words articulate the essence of creativity. At GSRJ, we strive daily to develop creative ideas that become solutions to our clients’ challenges. To foster a work environment that inspires those efforts, GSRJ believes that an office space that emphasizes art and the artistic process—not just for the aesthetic pleasure it imparts, but also for the creativity and energy it stimulates—is integral to our success as a business and to our personal enjoyment of our time at work.

GSRJ also strongly supports Austin’s art and art business communities. Through long-standing relationships with both local artists as well as gallery owners who represent artists around the globe, GSRJ is proud to have established and to continue to build its collection of original works of modern art. Reflective of GSRJ’s clientele, the artists who have contributed to GSRJ’s collection are geographically dispersed in the U.S. and abroad, and reflective of GSRJ’s dynamic approach to client service, their media, styles, and influences are broadly diverse and eclectic.

Kris and Carrie Bloom

The Blooms’ canvases can be found in numerous private and corporate collections across the country.

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Irene Carlos

Irene Carlos studied under Arnoldo Ramirez Amaya and Elmar Rojas, two of Guatemala’s most famous artists.

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Honey Chesner

Honey Chesner has studied with Ron Ranson, Judi Wagner, Mel Stabin, Frank Webb and Tony Couch.

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Tracy Costello

Tracy Costello's photography is guided by a singular belief that a subject's eyes are the window to the soul.

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Nancy Eckels

Nancy Eckels' technique is highly improvisational; she paints with little or no plan, using only her emotion.

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Michael T. Gault

Michael T. Gault’s inspiration for creating colorful moving works of art is his multinational upbringing.

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Anne Genung

Anne Genung's work is marked by graphic line use, concentrated color, and the allusion to both the traditional and the contemporary.

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Lois Johnson

Lois Johnson’s work on botanical and landscape subjects reflects her inspiration that “plants are like people—they are always in transition.”

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George Kentros

George Kentros’ medium of choice is oils, and he loves to paint landscapes with an emphasis on architecture and foliage.

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McCrea Snyder Kudravetz

McCrea is a painter and visual artist who uses photography to collect interesting textures, patterns, colors, and images.

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John Langford

Have you ever dreamed of quitting your job, getting rid of everything, and traveling the world? That's exactly what John Langford did.

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Dean Maddalena

Dean Maddalena has dedicated a large part of his career to the research and design of senior living environments.

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Keith McNay

Keith McNay’s earliest memories are of developing his talents, skills and techniques to become an artist.

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Priscilla Robinson

Robinson’s personal expression evolves from the desire to explore, opening doors without knowing where they lead.

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Jerry Seagle

When Seagle looks at a landscape, he sees more than just a landscape. He looks deeper, contemplating the foundation.

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Robert Ornelas & Manuel Silva

Working together since 2002, Robert Ornelas and Manuel Silva are the artists that create pigskin glass.

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Pep Suari

Suari’s expressionistic style undraws his figures, granting them certain dynamics.

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Charly Tomorrow

The timelessness of Charly Tomorrow’s art demonstrates an intuitive strength.

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Cora Van

Van's art retains a childlike innocence, while touching on the harshness of reality.

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Angelique van Woerkom

Angelique strives to capture a person's character in her photography, with the use of black and white.

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