Our family has been enjoying museums and art galleries together for 30 years and couldn’t be more excited about the “A” in YAM. Our Art Gallery is inside the yoga studio, allowing yoga students to enjoy beautiful local art while practicing yoga
– Jen Johnson

NOW SHOWING

Decadence

Decadence

Taylor Daum
Gouache Acrylic on Canvas
24 x 30
$750

Machine Series - Adam

Machine Series: Adam

Juan J. Hernandez
Oil on Canvas
30 x 40
$785

Santa Cruz Breeze

Santa Cruz Breeze

Karen Vanderpool-Haerle
Oil on Cradled Panel
8 x 8
$500

Guadalupe Grasses

Guadalupe Grasses

Karen Vanderpool-Haerle
Pastel on Paper Framed
9 x 9
$550

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz

Karen Vanderpool-Haerle
Oil on Board
10 x 10
$600

Midas Collection - Sea Foam

Midas Collection - Sea Foam

Midas Collection - Sea Foam Emily Herrera
Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
36 x 60
$850

Soul Mates

Acrylic on canvas
32" X 26"
$2,800
Tanner Lawley

Pecos River Overlook

Pecos River Outlook

Pecos River Overlook
Karen Vanderpool-Haerle
Pastel on Paper Framed
9 x 9
$550

Golden Waves

Golden Waves

Taylor Daum
Acrylic & Gouache Beads on Canvas
24 x 30
$750

Chamisa

Chamisa

Karen Vanderpool-Haerle
Pastel on Paper Framed
9 x 9
$550

Composition

Composition

Abebe Zelelew
Mixed Media on Wood Engraving
18.5 x 24
$2000

Just The Two Of Us

Just the Two of Us

Marquette Latshaw
Mixed Media in Custom Frame
30 x 30
$2200

Tyto

Tyto

Todd Smith
Driftwood
54 x 30 x 15
$625

Terra III

Terra III

Emily Herrera
Acrylic Heavy Texture
24 x 24
$225

Rio Chama

Rio Chama

Karen Vanderpool-Haerle
Pastel on Paper Framed
9 x 9
$550

Don't Stop Me Now

Don’t Stop Me Now

Taylor Daum
Acrylic on Canvas
24 x 48
$500

Andrea

Andrea

Oil on canvas
30″ X 40″
$785
Juan J Hernandez

Kundalini

Kundalini

Elle Lewis
Mixed Media w/ Resin
4 - 10 x 10s
$444 for set or $111 each

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MEET THE ARTISTS

Karen Vanderpool-Haerle

Karen Vanderpool-Haerle is both classically and self trained in art, illustration and immersive art. She is focused on creating and displaying traditional and immersive art in the mixed reality space, the space between the real world and the virtual world. She is producing artwork intended to introduce Extended Reality (XR) to the general public as an art form. Karen is initially attracted to a scene for its geometric relationships, rhythm or by a striking color contrast or harmony. The interaction of color and composition evolves to describe the world through her eyes. She has created art for traditional and immersive spaces and is committed to exploring the convergence of the digital and physical worlds. She especially enjoys exploring topics dealing with ecology and the environment.

Her primary traditional mediums are pastel, acrylic and oil. She works with layers of color to create images with depth and interest involving geometric relationships and striking color contrasts and harmonies. Her virtual reality and augmented reality art is created in Tiltbrush, Openbrush, Gravity Sketch as well as other virtual reality painting and sculpting programs

When not hanging out in Dallas with her family and great pyrenees mix, she enjoys hiking, kayaking and most other outdoor activities. Karen is especially fond of the beach, the New Mexico landscape and Vinalhaven, Maine.

Karen’s education consists of an MA in Biomedical Communication/Medical Illustration from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and a BA from Austin College.

Todd Smith

If this wood could talk…the stories it would tell. I’ve been working with natural and found wood since I was a teenager. Each piece of wood “speaks” to me and as I design with it, its’ “story” reveals itself and takes me to a place in my imagination where anything is possible and where life is amazing and beautiful.

Maureen Womack

Maureen Crudden Womack received her degree in advertising from the University of Texas at Austin. She works mostly in acrylics and oils and prefers abstract and non-representational styles. Some of Womack’s notable shows were held at the Gallery @1300 on Dragon Street, The Rising Gallery, Siematic Showroom, Deep Ellum Art Walk, Design Within Reach, and the Red Bull Art of Can. She was also selected to create original pieces for the Omni Dallas Hotel, and has 100 of her paintings hanging in guest rooms throughout the property. Womack co-produced and painted Icons of Dallas in 2012, an installation in the CBS building on North Central Expressway.

Recently Womack has been creating artworks for private residences across the country. Inspired by her love of travel and art history, she is presently a docent at the Dallas Museum of Art.

Juan J Hernandez

Juan J. Hernandez is a Dallas, TX -based artist whose painting imagery reflects a range of concepts from environmental and social concerns to interpretations of historical cultural diversity, both primitive and contemporary. His works have been exhibited throughout the United States and in private collections. Mr. Hernandez received his BFA degree from Southern Methodist University.

Emily Herrera

Emily Herrera is a local lake Highlands resident that specializes in acrylic abstract art. She graduated from UNT with a BFA in interior Design. She has always had a passion for design that lead her to begin painting. Emily also loves working with individuals to create custom commissions. You can find more examples of her work at the following places.

Marquette Latshaw

Marquette has spent most of her 17- year career as a fitness instructor, personal trainer and high school coach. She loves to balance her high intensity work with the calmness of cooking, baking and creating art.
Her passion is for joy and color. Marquette truly believes that God gave her this enthusiasm and talent to bring happiness to others. She is incredible interested in symbolism and the many ways that nature, especially butterflies and ocean waves, can represent life.

She is deeply inspired by the butterfly. Butterflies represent new life, because the caterpillar almost dies in the process of earning its wings. The Bible uses waves, ocean, and other imagery from nature to explain many aspects of life.

She wishes you good vibes and the peace of God that transcends understanding!

Guinn Powell

My art reveals an opportunity to explore life in a picturesque east Texas rural community through the eyes of my ancestors. A journey that offers a glimpse into my creative process and hopefully inspires the viewer’s unique interpretation. My focus is on the multi-layered nature of art, aiming to depict the complications of Afro-American life through a combination of color, texture, and symbolism.

Tanner Lawley

Contemporary artist Tanner Lawley paints from a place of love, abundance, and his compassion for others. Tanner grew up in a small town outside of Dallas, Texas, and spent much of his childhood working for his father’s paint contracting business. After graduating with a BBA from Freed-Hardeman University in May of 1999, Tanner experienced many emotional, physical, and spiritual hardships while trying to find his path in life. It was a result of this challenging time in his life that Tanner began creating his art in 2001. In 2006,

Tanner Lawley started managing Reflection Fine Art gallery for local Dallas artist JD Miller. It was here that Tanner began learning his craft. He began to passionately study contemporary artists and masters from all over the world. Since August of 2008, Tanner has created thousands of original paintings found in corporate and private collections all over the world.

In 2010, he was named one of the Top 50 artists to watch by Art Business News. As a performance painter, he is best known for painting his famous sculpted hearts. In 2014, he was even awarded Art Expo New York’s Best New Exhibitor award. His lifetime goal is to paint more Love than any other artist in history.

Abebe Zelelew

Abebe Zelelew was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in 1964. He studied graphic arts at the Addis Ababa School of Fine Arts in order to channel and give structure to his childhood passion for all the arts. Upon graduation from university in 1985, he began a serious exploration to find the correct medium to give voice to his personal mission to capture the emotions and endeavors of people in his native country, Ethiopia.

Beginning first with canvas and goatskin as substrates for his vision, he moved into using wood, which has a long tradition in African art. He carved his images into hardwood panels and then prepared the surface to accept acrylic paints.

Abebe has held solo and group exhibitions in Ethiopia, China, Djibouti, France, Greece, California, Texas and Washington, DC. His works hang in several private collections around the world as well as at the National Museum of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa and Chateau de la Court d’Aron Saint-Cyr en Talmondais ( France ). In 1996, some of his works selected to represent Ethiopian art in the “Aethiopia” exhibit that traveled across Europe.

Abebe resides with his family in Dallas, Texas.Emily also loves working with individuals to create custom commissions. You can find more examples of her work at the following places.

Michelle Noah

Michelle noah

Michelle Noah, is a painter based in Dallas, Texas.
Michelle”s training is in Printmaking and Painting with a BFA in Graphic Design. Her artwork is bright and colorful. Michelle uses a layering technique that creates texture, movement and energy.

She is definitely influenced by the process of printmaking when she paints on a canvas. The layers of bright intense colors are always a surprise, not knowing the end result until that final color is painted on the canvas.

Michelle enjoys working in a series of paintings with a theme and an inspiration. Having a studio with a large workspace has opened her world to painting bigger and creating series of paintings at once.
Experimenting with intense colors and textures on canvas, inspires her to create visual representations of the energy and emotions she feels. Her recent series “By the Numbers: An Enneagram Series” was a 2 year process. 30 paintings representing the 9 Enneagram types with 18 wings and 3 Triad paintings. The Eisemann Center invited Michelle to exhibit “By the Numbers series at the Green Mezzanine Gallery December 2020 and January 2021. Check out her Podcast on “ The Enneagram Journey” with Joel Stabile.began creating his art in 2001. In 2006,

Elle lewis

Elle Lewis is the creator of Beaushelle – a collective of her mixed media paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and experiential art offerings. Breath worth, movement, and self care are all part of her personal practice. As a yogi, Elle is passionate about tapping into creative flow and meeting divine creativity within herself. This process is an experience she teaches her clients – many without an artistic background – in her home studio.

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