Artist Showcase Late Spring 2019

Catch this collection of artists in this showcase featuring a wide range of subject, style and inspiration. Click on each artist’s name to see more of their work.     Louise Laplante My work connects the texts, and ideas, in the vintage book, music or correspondence pages, with images those words evoke to comment on […]

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.

Artist Showcase Spring 2019

A group of talented and inspired artists were invited to share their work in this Artist Showcase. Click on the each artist’s name to visit their website for more.     Gia Schifano Inspired by the East End of Long Island, my work reflects the peace and tranquility of the area. I want my landscapes […]

Featured Artist Richard Rosebery

My lyricism of line and often-intense colour are intended to accentuate the otherness and beauty of the Australian bush. I paint and draw on canvas, board or paper using oils, acrylics, pastels, ink and charcoal.

Artist Showcase, Mid Winter 2019

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

Featured Artist Jo Frederiks

My art is created to shine a spotlight on the deliberately well-hidden plight of the helpless victims we needlessly use and abuse for food, clothing, entertainment and in vivisection.

Featured Artist Ken Nwadiogbu

My goal for my art is to move completely from trying to make a space beautiful to using it to become a strong activist against the wrongs of my society and the world as a whole.

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 Juliana Coles

Based on my experience as an artist living a life subject to seizure, I developed and taught “Visual Journaling,” a process that combines journal writing with art making in a book for self-dialogue. I have been teaching this process around the world since 1992.

Featured Artist Trevor Keen

I am drawn particularly to people and animals for my subject matter and my sketchbooks are full of faces and figures, both cartoony and realistic.

Featured Artist Sylvia Cohen

I enjoy using the combination of pencil with its preciseness and the unpredictability of ink and watercolours.

Featured Artist Michele Poirier-Mozzone

The paintings are not about anyone in particular, but about capturing a common experience, memory or idea. Most of us have experienced the sound of bubbles rushing past our ears, the broken ribbons of sunlight, bizarre reflections and the weightless, slow dance of movement below the surface.

Featured Artist Lisa Cunningham

Pastels are so wonderfully tactile and allow me to draw fine details or lay in large blocks of color. Textured patterns or smooth transitions, there really are no limits to what this medium will allow me to create.

Featured Artist Haylee McFarland

Everything I do is freehand. I never use rulers, compasses, magnifying glasses or computers. I primarily work in watercolor and pen and ink. My goal is to make the two mediums complement each other. I love the loose, almost messy watercolor, mixed with the intricate details that I hand draw on top.