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 Dirk Karsten

I have never been very interested in the technical side of photography. Cameras and lights are only the tools used to make an image. Analog or digital—who cares—it all depends on the final result that I am looking for.

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 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 Steven Lester

My personal style has been intentionally developed to be a loose, expressive method that allows me to interpret the emotion and movement of the moment. Some call it contemporary impressionism or even representational expressionism.

Featured Artist Carrie Cook

I’ve been deeply involved in organizations such as Artists for Conservation and Artists Against Extinction. The animals I’ve painted may be endangered, marginalized, or used by humans for food, entertainment, clothing, etc.

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.

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 Betzi Stein

A working relationship with my clients is essential and I strive to maintain a balance between pleasing them while still being true to my artistic aesthetic.

Featured Artist Barbara Burns

Tapestry weaving allows me to construct an image, integral with the cloth, exhibiting a depth of color and texture I feel I can achieve no other way. The tactile experience of working with fiber, along with the richness of the woven surface, excites and drives me as I watch images emerge while I weave.

Featured Artist Pierpaolo Catini

In my creative journey, I felt the need to create a thick surface in my artworks, something material that people can feel and touch.