Featured Artist Valerie Warner

This combination hits all of my needs with radiance, depth and hopefully glow. People have told me that I truly show the spirit of my subjects. I hope so. Mother Spirit would be pleased.

Featured Artist Vikki Jackson

My goal is to interpreting the amazing flora and fauna of this country (Australia) with my individual style and share it with the rest of the world.

Featured Artist Gary Bigelow

Stylistically speaking, I believe that my art is ubiquitously enigmatic and, in some numinous way, mirrors what was, and what is, my life.

Featured Artist Christine Kerrick

Most of my forensic art is facial reconstruction from skeletal remains. This makes me see more clearly the transitory nature of our bodies and lives and makes it all the more important to tell the stories of people in portraits and assemblage.

Featured Artist Mary Garrish

As a native Floridian, I’m drawn to the elusive nature of our skies with a curiosity that is unending. I feel as though nature provides us with a thousand different paintings every day in the ever-changing sky.

Featured Artist Mason Mansung Kang

I love that I can create another view of a landscape that not only conveys my feelings and emotions, but perhaps allows the viewer to experience the scene in another way by seeing the different colors I use—colors that don’t appear to the naked eye.

Featured Artist Adorable Monique

My art work explores aspects of our natural world and human experience. I intend to discover the inner beauty of things and the complexities of life, the natural environment that represents life, the water that nourishes the earth with fertility, knowledge and the evolution of life.

Featured Artist Olivia Alexander

Single pigmented paints, many of which are transparent in nature, are among my favourites. Layer upon layer is built on the canvas, combined with inks and watercolours. The transparency allows each layer to peek through to the one above.

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 Jennifer Yoswa

There is nothing else I’d rather be doing than making art. On any given day, at any given time, I can be found sitting at my easel, listening to music while joyfully losing myself in the process.

Featured Artist Denise Presnell

To add an even more random step to the process, I stand the canvas or paper up vertically and let it drip. The contrast between random accidents and more decisive mark making thrills me.

Featured Artist Leanne Hamilton

My initial inspiration and creative drive, comes from my meditations and my spiritual life, and I have come to see the various floating or swimming elements in my work as often representing the energy signature of a landscape, or the feeling I have about it.

Featured Artist Brett Hall

Art can disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed. Maybe I can do that—disturb those who would like to forget and comfort those who remember.

Featured Artist Jorn Lynae Mork

I try to paint the way a meadowlark sings. Lines become the energetic swirls of wind and a woman may show the strength of a mountain or the resilience of a tree.