Featured Artist Darcy J. Sears

The human form is my inspiration—my compositions celebrate our imperfections and I find beauty in physical shapes. I often introduce mythical touches by integrating classical Greek forms with my own personal style.

Featured Artist Jane Caminos

Now that I’m an artist activist with On Women Bound as my life’s work, I’ve come to believe that as artists it’s our responsibility to use our talent to change the world for the better.

Featured Artist Annette Mewes-Thoms

Experiencing the process of creation is like an adventure. I simply know that there is an infinite variety of possibilities. My natural curiosity drives me to explore this.

Featured Artist Clare Haxby

Using mixed media and printmaking, British artist Clare Haxby creates large scaled paintings and limited edition prints of the places and buildings she has visited in London and Singapore.

For the Love of Pets

These artists all find passion in capturing the warmth and personality of our precious pets. Whether it be a frolicking dog, a composed cat or a majestic horse, the hearts and souls of the animals in these images shine forth. Learn more about each artist by clicking on their name.     Caryl Pomales This […]

Featured Artist Frank Mayer

My inspiration comes from looking at pictures of the old factories, the old bridges, the old sewing machines or the old 1890’s trains. The complexity and arrangement of systems are a curiosity and a fascination to me and my art pays reverence to the great engineering of the past and its glory days.

Featured Artist Joan Metcalf

This technique is definitely labor intensive, with the successive layers of oil paint, adhesive, bits of metal leaf applied one at a time and then the sealer coatings, but it has increased my creativity and caused each day to be exciting and challenging.

Featured Artist Rhonda Counts

The textures and colors of nature inspire me. I want to capture nature’s details on my canvas. As I quote with regards to my work, “I create a textured canvas, and then I paint.”

The Abstract World

Abstract art is an expression of shape, color, line and form whose imagery often departs from visual reality. These artists approach their art in unique and varied ways, creating a language of their own to describe their take on altered reality. Click on each name to view their website.   Marisa D. Aceves I document […]

Featured Artist Aaron Laux

I am a proponent of Biophilic design theory that speaks about an intrinsic human love for nature and our deep desire to connect with it. All of my work references this human love for nature and how this theme can be integrated into the places we spend most of our lives.

Featured Artist Linda Laino

To be “in” that magical space of experience and to come out of it with something to give to the world is both the artist’s gift and reward.

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.

Interpreting the Human Figure

I have a raw style that captures expression with the simplest techniques/materials while exemplifying a volume of richness to every piece.