Featured Artist Nadjejda Gilbert

I like to say that there are two levels of reading in my works. From a distance, we clearly see faces. But the closer we get, the more we can read texts on the skin. It’s like someone you get to know little by little.

Featured Artist Jonathan Keeton

In my paintings, what I am most intrigued by is the sense of being in the landscape, as opposed to viewing it from a distance.

Featured Artist Linda Dumont

My paintings and sculptures aren’t impulsive. I embrace something before I go into the fantasy of expression.

Featured Artist Andie Freeman

I paint still life paintings in oils featuring used objects and natural elements. I find them endlessly interesting in their utilitarianism and their aesthetic, but most importantly because they act as storytellers from the past.

Featured Artist Bernard Boffi

I try to construct works that relay the process of spontaneity inherent in the works’ “intention.” Between events in one’s life and the formal requirements of expression, one attempts to “find” what cannot be seen, or metaphorically constructed.

Featured Artist Kim Walker

The processes of painting and layering, creating textures and mixing colors and being patient have helped me in my studio and in my life as well.

Featured Artist Kimberly Santini

Making art from the heart of a household has infused my imagery with a deep human connection. Every day that I pick up my brushes I do so in a place where family and compassion have thrived.

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 Sue Steele Thomas

The dream of being an automobile illustrator began several decades ago, even though, at the time, there were very few women painting images of cars.

Featured Artist Carol Meckling

…there is something powerful and useful in the container of making art that eventually keeps all that I feel in perspective. Stepping into the creative flow, I feel most authentic, most in my body, calm, grounded and clear.

Featured Artist Alexey Adonin

My work refers to the notions of preexisting ideas, knowledge and beliefs present in the mind, something that I’m born with rather than something I have learned through experience.

Featured Artist Heather Kinkade

My designs come from nature and focus on flora and fauna. My work is also influenced by Native American art, especially noted in the back ground textures I create on the gourd shell.

Featured Artist Tim Saternow

City life is a constant energy of change, especially in New York City. I’m recording these moments in paint—the forgotten corners—before they’re all torn down or improved out of existence.

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.