Featured Artist Peter Michel

The rainbow colors I use symbolize both diversity and inclusion. The positions show the figures supporting each other. The circle, totem, and structure are formal devices that facilitate a unified composition of many elements and symbolize the unity of purpose that characterizes this community.

Featured Artist Shane Conroy

At this exciting stage of my career, I’m extremely energetic, confident and inspired by a wellspring of ideas and have the ability to materialize and communicate them.

Featured Artist Kim Goldfarb

The expression on the sitter’s face is often what attracts me. In many of my paintings a lone woman stares directly at the viewer. The only narrative in the painting is with the viewer. These women want to engage us, to be seen and understood.

Featured Artist Nano Sfera

In my paintings, I find I am most interested in circular formats which I sometimes elaborate. The circle is very attractive to me. This is partly because it is a traditional symbol of perfection, but also because of its serenity and its cyclical rhythm which is so characteristic of natural processes.

Featured Artist Cheryl Rezendes

There is an energy and passion that flows from the tips of my paint laden brushes, that rises up from the surface of the painted and printed cloth, emerges from the needle and thread then travels through my hands and onto the art piece in progress.

Featured Artist Stevie Love

I blur the boundary between us the viewer and the relationship we usually have to painting as a pictorial metaphor, instead bringing paint to us as its own reason for being.

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 Kathy Moore Wilson

My current focus is in painting animals, both pets and wildlife. Whether I paint animals or children, I always imagine a story. I sometimes like to imagine what they are thinking, or what they are about to do, or what they just did.

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 Linda Clark Johnson

Through my work I hope to share something ethereal and intriguing with viewers, and to arouse their curiosity. I envision taking them to a serene and beautiful place.

Featured Artist Ken Falana

I approach the collage technique as a form of painting with paper. I use rich colors to evoke moods and an improvised arrangement of cut shapes to create a sense of space, depth and movement in my artwork.

Featured Artist Debbie Carne

It is the impact of juxtaposing the traditional with the unexpected that I seek to express in my work, giving a witty, contemporary twist to the classic, decorative plate.

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 Susan Skuse

My approach is driven by process and philosophy. Everything in the universe is really one thing, and I am a part of that thing, too. I am always looking to develop a feeling of connectedness with nature.