Illustration, painting, and the occasional ceramic sculpture
Sculpting marble and other exotic stones into beautiful pieces of fine art
I love working with all types of metal and creating art from reclaimed materials. I see art in remnants and acquire materials from a variety of interesting and sometimes unusual places. My work continually evolves and I enjoy exploring new techniques, processes, and materials.
We have a choice not only in what we see, but how we see. Utilizing mediums to reposition our human gaze in the natural world, I create precise renderings that share space with mysterious forms, suggesting that we can inhabit more than one world view at a time.
I make one-of-a-kind mixed media pieces and sculpted whimsical puppetry from a land of Old World fiction. Illustrators such as Arthur Rackham and Sir John Tenniel fed my young mind and continue to inspire me.
Mallory Battista is a visual artist and writer who especially loves painting murals, blacksmithing, creating block prints, and making comics.
Dario Ré has a multifaceted practice including painting, assemblage, installation, video, performance, sound and songwriting.
Many of us daydream and wander through our imaginations. I bring back souvenirs.
I have been doing photography for 50 years. As an artist, I don’t limit myself to one medium.
The movement is a pattern that generously and infinitely responds to that which inspires growth.
Antonio continually challenges himself by experimenting in different styles, techniques, mediums including acrylic painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and now digital art.
I create primarily large scale narrative sculptures and wall pieces, employing painted canvasses combined with a wide variety of found objects. My goal is to present something that is immediately engaging, consistently compelling, and leaves a lasting impression.
I get to sculpt, fabricate, mold, cast, and paint all sorts of wonderful, weird, bizarre creations.
Ildikó grew up in socialist Hungary in the 70s under Soviet occupation. She studied in Hungary and at Eastern Washington University and has worked in the folk dance/research field in the US and Hungary. Her work is greatly influenced by both cultures.
I am a cake artist! I create custom pieces for customers for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, corporate events. . . basically anything that needs dessert.
The fire pits have been such a hit that I know I’ve found my calling: to be a Creator.
I hope my art, and my writing, can help inspire others who are struggling through various obstacles in life. A reminder to... Never give up.
Jill Smith is a ceramic artist who offers pottery lessons in her studio at the ClayFox Clay School