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.

Featured Artist Gerard Justin Ferrari

I view my sculptures as highly-crafted, complex, three-dimensional clay collages that embody disparate influences, forms and conceptual ideas.

The Creative Process

Finding inspiration, meaning and passion is a search all artists make as part of the creative process. The following artists offer their insights on the meaning behind and the inspiration for their art. Click on the artist’s name to see their website.     Linda Laino: I paint mandalas and mandala murals. Moving back and forth from the […]

Featured Artist Francesca Busca

What inspires me? It would be easier to say what does NOT! Everywhere I look, every consideration I make, is a source of inspiration.

Featured Artist Sheryl Zacharia

The intention of my art is not to tell a story, but to create objects that influence and enhance the space around them, evoking an emotional response.

Featured Artist Kirsten Stingle

I work carefully to approach each story as an exploration, allowing multiple interpretations. My intent is not to dictate the sculpture’s narrative, but for each viewer to find a story that is personal and unique to them.

Featured Artist Kent Epler

Being and feeling creative is my life-It never shuts down. It’s how I live, breathe, and eat. It is who I am and how I express myself every minute of every day.