Featured Artist Mark Witzling

Painting abstractly exposes the artist and embracing this vulnerability requires a leap of faith in self. I think my art journey has made me a stronger human being. One of my personal mottoes has become “strength in humility.”

Featured Artist Ashley Dull

I believe we all have inside of us a peace, a divine light, a calming point of equilibrium, even in this fast-paced world.

Featured Artist William Nourse

As an artist, I am drawn to strong graphic elements in a scene, things like jagged mountains against the sky or fracture patterns in ice, and desert landscapes help to strip compositions down to those essentials–line, value and texture and their relationships with each other.

Featured Artist Teresa Smith

Beginning with thin layers of oily warm transparent hues then mutating into thick painterly brush marks. The paintings take weeks to finish with each layer stamping the recollection of that day’s walk. I work on five to ten paintings on any given day and allow the pieces to unfold in a contemplate manner.

Featured Artist Elizabeth Fontaine-Barr

My muses are the Fauvists so my color palette is bold. It always has been. When I begin a new canvas, I’m not always sure what I’m going to paint.

Artist Showcase, Midsummer 2018

Twenty-two artists were invited to share their work in this midsummer Artist Showcase. Using a variety of different styles and mediums, these artists all bring their passion to the world of art. Learn more about each artist by clicking their name.     Colleen Devlin Bang Like all children on a long car ride, I […]

Featured Artist Bergés Alvarez

Utilizing plastic blue base bags, films, reflective filters, lights and a mixture of weathered paper products, I slowly construct scenes that portray far, distant landscapes with vulnerable, new horizons.

Featured Artist Connie Dillon

The look I gravitated to was that of print work—blocks of color with no shading and blending. I wanted to paint works that were detailed and yet every color would be applied as if it were an elaborate paint-by-number.

Featured Artist Steve Griggs

It is the freedom in my style that allows the viewer to eschew the literal and, instead, connect with the emotion that accompanies whatever story the painting is telling them.

Featured Artist Ken Rasmussen

Becoming an older artist presents you with a choice. Stay with what you know or go off on a grand adventure. This art is my adventure.

Artist Showcase, Early Summer 2018

Twenty-three artists were invited to share their work in this early summer Artist Showcase. Enjoy the variety, talent and  creative spirit in this collection. Learn more about each individual artist by clicking on their name.     Sandra Iafrate “Abundance” with its busy freeways of flowers is an oversized painting that encompasses the viewer and […]

Featured Artist Randall David Tipton

I love these things—building an image through an experimental process of pouring, scraping, blotting and brushing on color until something with a kind of “truth” comes about. My intentions are less visual than emotional.

Featured Artist Dale Klein

I work on the edge of hyperrealism and abstraction. One of my goals as an artist is to make my work as interesting as possible, inviting the viewer to spend time with the work.

Featured Artist Pierpaolo Catini

In my creative journey, I felt the need to create a thick surface in my artworks, something material that people can feel and touch.