Featured Artist Linda Whitney

This body of work was born out of my appreciation for those indigenous cultures of this continent and those who participate in the powwow.

Featured Artist Hannah Klaus Hunter

My goal is to create work for interior spaces that brings our natural world inside, offering viewers a moment of beauty, a respite for the eyes and the soul no matter what the setting.

Featured Artist Frantisek Strouhal

I love to work with the human form. It is the most universal symbol of beauty that stirs and satisfies my mind and heart. Thus the human form is essential to my art work.

Featured Artist Laura Wilder

My prints and paintings are certainly meant to be decorative, but their main mission is to offer a quiet, serene moment or two in a quiet, beautiful place.

Featured Artist Anne Silber

In addition to my aforementioned love of color, many of my works also explore the possibilities of light and shadow, with shadows becoming as much an interesting and integral part of the composition as the objects casting them.

Featured Artist Michele Hardy

Choosing color is an important energy for me and how I approach the world. I am drawn to, and inspired by, the natural world, particularly geological features and concepts.

Featured Artist Vinette Varvaro

The flowers I have depicted in archival digital prints present themselves boldly and perfectly just as they are. These exquisite images practically create themselves along with my help in selecting and posing them.

Featured Artist Sia Aryai

I have found that photography is the perfect means and medium to capture the essence and the beauty of my subjects through my own unique vision, approach and style.

Featured Artist Mark Hurd

I have always been drawn to bright, vivid colors and contrast, from the bright city lights against the silhouettes of city buildings or the infinite, saturated colors of nature late on a summer day.

Featured Artist Elizabeth Busey

It is my hope that the images I create will speak directly to people’s unconscious, reminding them of their love for this world, and their responsibility for protecting the beauty that exists all around them.

Featured Artist Karen Whitman

I’m attracted to a complex, detailed composition through which the eye flows easily from one vignette to another. Viewers often tell me that every time they look at my prints, they find something they’ve never noticed before.

Featured Artist Ben Hilario-Caguiat

I design my art as playgrounds for the mind and soul. I aim to create a visual feast of discovery where textures, colors, shapes and even subject matter are placed below the surface of a work’s initial form.

Featured Artist Carol Moore

I like that the craft (printmaking) is very physical; inking plates, operating presses, and rolling up slabs of ink are all a labor of love that bring me closer to my work.

Featured Artist Anne Moore

For me, printmaking is an intuitive experience, a work of discovery. I don’t begin with any end in mind. Every layer is a problem to be solved.