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.

Featured Artist John Carlson

Artist John Carlson’s mixed media paintings depict humans in a simple, pure form with an amazing depth of emotion and expression. Visit his website to see more of his work.     My work is every emotion and the absence of emotion—images of vulnerability, endurance, desperation and sorrow, relief and joy. It is what you […]

Featured Artist Christina Michalopoulou

Space and body embrace each other in seriousness or fun, in cartoonism or quotidian tragedy, in concreteness and abstraction. I love putting together the hyperreality of my bodies with the surrealism of my spaces.

Featured Artist Dominick Conde

I create my pop art by taking a photo, adding digital effects to it and then transferring the image onto fabric, canvas or glass with mod podge.

Featured Artist Leonardo Montoya

For me, becoming an artist was something very organic. From a very young age, I developed a fascination for the human form, superheroes, and Greek mythology. I was always a dreamer.

Artist Showcase, Mid Winter 2019

Invited artists share some of their favorite works in diverse mediums for this Artist Showcase.

Featured Artist Ken Nwadiogbu

My goal for my art is to move completely from trying to make a space beautiful to using it to become a strong activist against the wrongs of my society and the world as a whole.

Featured Artist Marina Kim

Collaboration with portrait clients is an essential part of the creative process and the one I enjoy the most. It gives me an opportunity to get to know another human being and invariably to come to love and appreciate them.

Featured Artist Sylvia Cohen

I enjoy using the combination of pencil with its preciseness and the unpredictability of ink and watercolours.

Featured Artist Bill Farran

I love the power of black and white. As an artist, I have to give the appearance of gray tones, while using only black and white. I also love adding color by printing more than one block.

Featured Artist Peter Seltzer

I love the challenge of combining elements painted from life with those painted from my imagination. Over time and with experience I have developed the ability to see in my mind’s eye how invented forms would behave in the same source of light as those elements painted from life.

Featured Artist Laurie Snow Hein

Ten years ago, I made a decision to focus on what I love, painting my home state and the magic that is uniquely Florida. I want to share all the beauty surrounding me.

Featured Artist Michele Poirier-Mozzone

The paintings are not about anyone in particular, but about capturing a common experience, memory or idea. Most of us have experienced the sound of bubbles rushing past our ears, the broken ribbons of sunlight, bizarre reflections and the weightless, slow dance of movement below the surface.