Featured Artist Evgeniya Guneva

I find pleasure in touching glass, experimenting with it and waiting for the furnace to cool down to see the results. My works are meant for those who enjoy their homes being places of spiritual treasures.

Featured Artist Shelley Heffler

I am interested in the impact humans have on the land, the environment and the earth. Abstraction is the language I use to generate imagery and concepts of shifting boundaries of society and politics.

Featured Artist Steve Paulsen

Much of my work deals with optical illusions of space and relationships of color, as well as the reaction of patterns on the eye.

Featured Artist Darcy J. Sears

The human form is my inspiration—my compositions celebrate our imperfections and I find beauty in physical shapes. I often introduce mythical touches by integrating classical Greek forms with my own personal style.

Featured Artist Jane Caminos

Now that I’m an artist activist with On Women Bound as my life’s work, I’ve come to believe that as artists it’s our responsibility to use our talent to change the world for the better.

Featured Artist Annette Mewes-Thoms

Experiencing the process of creation is like an adventure. I simply know that there is an infinite variety of possibilities. My natural curiosity drives me to explore this.

Featured Artist Katherine Weber

I can’t wait to see what the colors decide to do, as I allow them to mix and mingle, usually a triad of poured colors. I have happily abandoned all control.

Featured Artist Clare Haxby

Using mixed media and printmaking, British artist Clare Haxby creates large scaled paintings and limited edition prints of the places and buildings she has visited in London and Singapore.

Featured Artist Pam Little

Inspired by living and traveling in Montana and the American West, Pam Little’s digital and traditional paintings capture the spirit and energy of the landscape and animals. Visit her website to see more of her work.     I think that I have always been making drawings or paintings of some sort, from elementary school […]

Featured Artist Tarek Montasser

I begin all of my work with an impulsive, quick and aggressive outburst in acrylics with larger size brushes. After I’ve created this almost abstract substructure, I then explore, elaborate on and evolve my image through oil paint and oil bars.

Featured Artist David Zlotky

As a painter, I was particularly interested in illustration and making paintings that related to hidden stories. As a photographer, I still love the hidden story.

Featured Artist Angela Tommaso Hellman

Though I paint many different subjects, I enjoy painting flowers because they not only are beautiful to begin with, but they also remind me of relationships between people.

Featured Artist Hildy Maze

My path of making visual images became the inner structure of mind and how its patterns of confusion obscure our recognition of this vast space of ceaseless energy.

Featured Artist Ober-Rae Starr Livingstone

The play of light on water or the sweep of the sun across a meadow stirs me to depths that I find difficult to express in words. I strive to put these feelings onto canvas.