Featured Artist Andrew Pisula

It is so exhilarating to see someone react to something that I have made, so gratifying to have conversations about how and what I do, and so unexpected to have that be so fulfilling.

Featured Artist Gail Glikmann

In recent years, I have become fascinated with found objects, especially things that I have uncovered in junk yard. These include mosaics, metals and e-waste to name a few.

Featured Artist Evgeniya Guneva

I find pleasure in touching glass, experimenting with it and waiting for the furnace to cool down to see the results. My works are meant for those who enjoy their homes being places of spiritual treasures.

Featured Artist Darcy J. Sears

The human form is my inspiration—my compositions celebrate our imperfections and I find beauty in physical shapes. I often introduce mythical touches by integrating classical Greek forms with my own personal style.

Featured Artist Frank Mayer

My inspiration comes from looking at pictures of the old factories, the old bridges, the old sewing machines or the old 1890’s trains. The complexity and arrangement of systems are a curiosity and a fascination to me and my art pays reverence to the great engineering of the past and its glory days.

Featured Artist Aaron Laux

I am a proponent of Biophilic design theory that speaks about an intrinsic human love for nature and our deep desire to connect with it. All of my work references this human love for nature and how this theme can be integrated into the places we spend most of our lives.

Featured Artist Scott Troxel

In terms of style and subject matter for both mediums, I am mostly an abstract, non-objective artist. I do tend to blur the line between minimalism, color field painting, the hard-edge school and constructivism.

Featured Artist Blake Conroy

The core of my work is made up of large pieces that address my concerns about the environment. I want to express this concern in an elegant way to reach as large an audience as possible.

Featured Artist Linda Chapman

I work in porcelain because I love the contrast of pure color on the pristine, translucent white of the porcelain. Porcelain is quite demanding to work with, but mastery of this medium results in striking artwork.

Featured Artist Edrian Thomidis

My work is motivated by our interaction with our world, nature, and those around it. Life experiences and moments inspire the characters and the symbols that have meaning behind my figurative sculptures.

Featured Artist Elizabeth Lind

Using the same worn mallet for close to 20 years, I employ simple chisels to investigate the forms inherent in my latest stone boulder.

Featured Artist Melissa Karine Jacobs

The combination of viewing kinetic art accompanied by acoustics or being able to interact with a piece guides a unique and personal experience.

Featured Artist Lee Sorg

Of all the art mediums I have worked with, glass is the one that resonates with me the most…It fascinates me that loose earth elements, through a heat conversion process, can be harnessed and transformed into a beautiful three-dimensional form.

Featured Artist Mindy Colton

Capturing the essence, spirit and natural expression exhibited by horses, not just the realistic representation and using their images to elicit a feeling or mood is essential to my work.