Featured Artist Hannah Klaus Hunter

My goal is to create work for interior spaces that brings our natural world inside, offering viewers a moment of beauty, a respite for the eyes and the soul no matter what the setting.

Featured Artist Sue Riger

If I could offer any advice to new painters it would be to study under someone who inspires you. And don’t be afraid to use a lot of paint.

Featured Artist Christopher Kennedy

Having experimented abundantly with artificial light sources, I have now expanded the Photo Luminism technique to using day light sources with Nature’s own colors.

Featured Artist Irene Hoff

Vivid colors and a unique compilation of styles and visual elements—for example, pictures, cartoons, symbols, signs and words—are often the basis for my authentic collage-pop-art-kind-of-style.

Featured Artist O. Yemi Tubi

I use some of my paintings to express myself about ongoing political and social issues around the world.

Featured Artist Trixie Pitts

That is what painting and drawing are all about for me, connecting with my inner self at a subconscious level (that Buddhists feel we all share), and bringing it to the canvas without my thinking mind getting in the way.

Featured Artist Gerard Justin Ferrari

I view my sculptures as highly-crafted, complex, three-dimensional clay collages that embody disparate influences, forms and conceptual ideas.

Featured Artist Lea McComas

My art is an extension of that fascination with the human experience. It’s about capturing stories with fabric and thread. Each piece is meant to introduce the viewer to a new character or set of characters by opening a window to their narrative.

Featured Artist Don Borie

Outdoor painting can be overwhelming with so much to choose from, so it is important for the artist to focus on a page rather than the book.

Featured Artist Nicki Isaacson

I hope my paintings convey the passion I have for color, and hopefully people will be enticed to pause and savor the dynamic results of this beautiful medium.

Featured Artist Sally Sharp

I’d call my style expressionistic, impressionistic, atmospheric and sometimes a bit abstract. I love color and movement and strive to make both come together in my paintings.

Featured Artist Karen Benjamin

Sustainability of our planet is a complex issue which I am constantly inspired by. With my art I try to raise awareness about issues that will affect future generations if change is not implemented.

Featured Artist Beth Cole

I came to painting from a background in business and graphic and web design. I pushed back from the computer in 2012 and picked up a paintbrush and never looked back. My only regret is not starting sooner.

Featured Artist Francesca Busca

What inspires me? It would be easier to say what does NOT! Everywhere I look, every consideration I make, is a source of inspiration.