Featured Artist Kathy Ferguson

My current body of work illustrates the beauty of people working together on global issues to create positive change. It addresses ideas about community, collaboration, interconnection, building bridges and uniting together for a brighter future.

Featured Artist Christina Michalopoulou

Space and body embrace each other in seriousness or fun, in cartoonism or quotidian tragedy, in concreteness and abstraction. I love putting together the hyperreality of my bodies with the surrealism of my spaces.

Featured Artist Dominick Conde

I create my pop art by taking a photo, adding digital effects to it and then transferring the image onto fabric, canvas or glass with mod podge.

Artist Showcase, Mid Winter 2019

Invited artists share some of their favorite works in diverse mediums for this Artist Showcase.

Featured Artist Anita McComas

Eventually, I started on a series of bears that were quite abstracted, wherein I tried to paint extreme color contrast and less realism. This completely hooked me, and today I find that while I still focus on landscapes, I paint as many or more wildlife pieces.

Artist Showcase, Winter 2019

Artist Showcase, Winter 2019 features a variety of artists and their favorite piece of art. Included are artist quotes and links to their websites.

Featured Artist Elke Daemmrich

In this sense, I translate cultures and visual worlds. I am an artist who celebrates nature and the world as an aesthetically fragile but indestructible martyrdom.

Featured Artist Monica Coyne

My work is an experiment in altering my own perception of what a bar of steel represents.

Featured Artist Susan Hurwitch

Combining artistic mediums, with collage papers, adds a dimensional quality to my work and allows me to approach each piece with a spirit of experimentation and intuition aimed toward my conceptual vision.

Featured Artist Mishel Schwartz

It has been quite a journey into what was often unfamiliar territory, using new tools and techniques, and experimenting with different materials like the alcohol inks I use in my current collection.

Featured Artist Nikkie Markle

My goal is to transfer the happiness I find in these places into my work. That is why so many of my paintings focus on individual subjects or landscapes—animal portraits, solitary figures and quiet spaces.

Featured Artist Katia Bulbenko

Inspired by memories, landscapes and eroded natural objects such as shells and rocks, my pieces are made up of fragments, and I like to think of each completed work as a fragment itself.

Featured Artist Karla Reid

As a child, pouring my thoughts and emotions into my art acted as a means for survival. It was a way to express myself when I could not speak about the things that were going on around me.

Featured Artist Susan Melrath

When I paint, I am exploring color, texture, and patterns, and how they relate. Each painting begins with layers of pure color and grows through a process of glazing, sanding, adding, and subtracting.