Featured Artist Scott Troxel

In terms of style and subject matter for both mediums, I am mostly an abstract, non-objective artist. I do tend to blur the line between minimalism, color field painting, the hard-edge school and constructivism.

Featured Artist Tim Phelps

The essence and act of mandala creation has pulled me in and delivered just as advertised. Mandalas are engaging, thought provoking, meditative and joyful tools.

Featured Artist Blake Conroy

The core of my work is made up of large pieces that address my concerns about the environment. I want to express this concern in an elegant way to reach as large an audience as possible.

Featured Artist Laura Lein-Svencner

The paper making sessions are important as they allow me to freely express what is going in my environment and what is presently going on inside of me emotionally. It totally amazes me that within a few days how much of a difference the paper makes.

Featured Artist Chris Gray

The process of creating art is relaxing to me. I am creating something new and that is the favorite part of my work. I can create anything if I have the knowledge to do it. I define art as creativity plus knowledge.

Featured Artist Sarah Mandell

The art of needle felting is something I discovered about ten years ago and have learned to love by practicing every day.

Featured Artist Cecelia Feld

My work, in printmaking, painting and collage is about exploring relationships. There are references in my work to the textures, colors, lines and shapes of my encounters in the real world.

Featured Artist Leslie Tucker

Today, my visual arts practice examines the darker side of humanity and has evolved from exploring what we buy, to what we buy into.

Featured Artist Maryanne Hawes

I very much believe in the intuitive viewing as well as making of art. I want my art to help people connect with their senses, their thoughts; to offer an opportunity for a mindful or contemplative moment in the day. I believe that a viewer’s interpretation of my art is equally as valuable as my own.

Featured Artist Holly Helgeson

Most of my color palettes are inspired by the beauty bursting in nature. Another wonderful influence on my work comes from Mid-century modern design. I love the simple geometric patterns, clean lines, and bold color palettes.

Through the Camera Lens

Through the lenses of their cameras, these artists create unique and fascinating visuals. From vibrant colors, 3-D imagery and abstracts to macro photography, each one tells a story. Click on the artist’s name to visit their website.     Roberto Pestarino I love to look at modern buildings and find new worlds.     Paulo […]

Featured Artist Julie T. Chapman

I don’t remember what first compelled me to pick up a piece of scratchboard a few years ago, but from the first attempt with it I fell in love with the medium—it’s such a pure way of “drawing” with light.

Featured Artist James Robert White

My paintings naturally depict complexity. They provide the viewer with a feeling of connection with the world around us.

Featured Artist Leslie Franklin

I believe art has the power to create a state of mindfulness which is difficult to accomplish in our busy world…Art captivates and brings the viewer immediately and fully into the present.