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 Dalya Sayed

My photos are not just pictures, they capture the physical representation of place, time and people and the stories that accompany them.

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 Bonnie Dhein

I strive to express myself through painting. I fell in love with the complete control of how colors could be manipulated on canvas.

Featured Artist Ellen Dreibelbis

I never know how a painting is going to turn out, each one has its own voice. I have learned to be still and listen to it, without imposing my own ideas of what I “think” it should be.

Featured Artist Sierra Roberts

My work is about capturing a person’s spirit, self-identity and emotions, engaging viewers through human connection.

Featured Artist Karen Stanton

What I learned so far—everything we do, see, feel and experience in this life can be made into art of any size or function. Even the painful stuff is of use to us all. Our lives are works in progress.

Featured Artist Susan McLaughlin

I am thrilled to be an artist because I can create my own worlds. In these worlds, I am an explorer, uncovering, recording and rearranging the beauty of the natural world, as well as the beauty of human beings.

Featured Artist Carl H. Bradford

Though I’m still experimenting with new approaches, color techniques, formats and executions, I see myself capturing or recording the history of jazz for a new generation of traditionalists.

Featured Artist Diane Jorstad

My preferred subject matter tends towards something with light, form and color. An apple is called red but if you look at it closely you will see a variety of colors and values.

Featured Artist Nancy Lane

I want viewers to sense in my paintings the enveloping presence of the landscape—its rolling hills, its creatures, the water, the wind and the sunlight. I want them to feel a part of the paintings, remembering their own experiences with the outdoors.

Featured Artist Ann-Marie Brown

In my figure works the subject of the painting isn’t the likeness, but the encounter itself, the dynamic exchange.

Featured Artist Eduardo Vilchez

Art and painting give the soul it’s wings to be free and soar.

Featured Artist Renee St. Peter

Learning the medium has been a life lesson in letting things happen as they will–the magic of watercolor is not what it does in the first five minutes, but what occurs as the paint has time to react with other colors around it to create new shades and tones.