Featured Artist Steph Mader

I hope the glass landscapes evoke those quiet places where there are only natural sounds–the wind, bird song, little rustlings in the underbrush. I think it helps us remember that we are part of the larger world, just as perfect and natural as any other creature.

Featured Artist Amy Hillenbrand

As I paint my big flowers, I make specific healing intentions for each painting…unconditional love of self, letting your light truly shine, intense gratitude for health, joy of being in the flow and letting go.

Featured Artist Hank Keneally

Creating art is my “joy juice.” I create every day. This gives me learning delights—about myself, the world and “the face behind the face” in viewing life with more depth.

Featured Artist Dennis Ruble

My current body of dimensional and flat-panel paintings explores the contrast of hard-edged graphic lines and shapes against free-form abstract elements. The shadows projected on the wall become an essential part of the piece.

Featured Artist Sara Slee Brown

My work explores choices and promises that we make in life. It is an exercise in exploring the known versus the unknown; patience, waiting; the fear and excitement of thresholds and transitions.

Featured Artist Ronald Story

Powerful colors define inner strength.

Featured Artist Michele James

When I first started photographing I fell in love with the movement of water in nature. There was a cleansing property of it that I couldn’t put my finger on.

Featured Artist Elaine Witten

My artistic goals are to create beautiful form, incorporate noteworthy negative spaces both within parts of the sculpture as well as space surrounding the silhouette, and to portray characteristic movements.

Featured Artist Robin Okun

My art reflects my life as a somatic psychotherapist, writer, and mother. The female form is my recurring theme, my connection to my own body is my instrument and color is my portal to creativity.

Featured Artist Bonnie T. Gardner

To me, there is no greater gift in life than to be able to create a painting and see it evolve. I can never predict the outcome of a painting as it develops over time. In that way, art imitates life and life imitates art.

Featured Artist Jodi Bee

When I am in this part of the process, I keep paper and a pen next to me, in case my mind reveals some insight perhaps into a collage I wish to construct, I jot down words, phrases, and thumbnail sketches of ideas while they are leaping out of my subconscious for a brief, catch-able moment.

Featured Artist Diane Salamon

Through my work, I seek to bring balance and harmony to our complex lives and often dangerous world.

Featured Artist Vincent Mattina

I’ve also become interested in Steampunk and recycled art which works well with my love of surrealism…I have integrated the two mediums of digital and found-objects into mixed media assemblages.

Featured Artist Abigail Andre

I use art to help me process all I’ve seen and try to understand why we destroy our natural resources.