Featured Artist Barton Lewis

I also became interested in shooting on the street, and this led to my other project, “urban topographies,” consisting of images of building facades, construction fences, doors and mailboxes.

Featured Artist Alexey Adonin

My work refers to the notions of preexisting ideas, knowledge and beliefs present in the mind, something that I’m born with rather than something I have learned through experience.

Featured Artist Heather Kinkade

My designs come from nature and focus on flora and fauna. My work is also influenced by Native American art, especially noted in the back ground textures I create on the gourd shell.

Featured Artist Tim Saternow

City life is a constant energy of change, especially in New York City. I’m recording these moments in paint—the forgotten corners—before they’re all torn down or improved out of existence.

Featured Artist Marc Garrison

In my artwork, I like to explore depth and layers as they relate to longevity and second chances in life, peeling back the paper to see deeper levels by uncovering forgotten colors, shapes, and lines.

Featured Artist Lesley Riley

My original wet-cyan leaf prints are the jumping off point for digital photo manipulation used as a tool to amplify and enrich their natural shapes creating colorful and unexpected imagery that draws you in.

Featured Artist Bonnie Dhein

I strive to express myself through painting. I fell in love with the complete control of how colors could be manipulated on canvas.

Featured Artist Elaine Hahn

My recent efforts in still life painting are a continuation of painting directly from life and usually include my favorite shells or other sea life.

Featured Artist Ellen Dreibelbis

I never know how a painting is going to turn out, each one has its own voice. I have learned to be still and listen to it, without imposing my own ideas of what I “think” it should be.

Featured Artist Regina Dunn

One of the reasons I make art is to capture ideas that I’m currently exploring and express them visually. I began to think about changes that occur in nature and in our lives and how they seem to cycle.

Featured Artist Todd Serlin

A distinct tension pervades my work. I see this as the confluence of environment, reflections of my past and present experience, music and the energy I feed from.

Featured Artist Steevens Hill

My mission is to create imagery that is a combination of the photographer who captures the tangible in the moment, and the painter who expresses an inner representation.

Featured Artist Jacki Cohen

There is nothing more exciting to me than watching someone connect with my work. Art enriches the soul and can magically turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Featured Artist Vasco Kirov

Painting is probably the most appropriate media to try to convey these dream images—or at least it’s the medium I’ve found to be the one that seems to give me closer results.