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Spokane Creators

Sculpture in Visual Art

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Christopher Page Lemmen

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.

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Becky Busi

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.

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Wendy Zupan

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.

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Mallory Battista

Mallory Battista is a visual artist and writer who especially loves painting murals, blacksmithing, creating block prints, and making comics.

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Dario Ré

Dario Ré has a multifaceted practice including painting, assemblage, installation, video, performance, sound and songwriting.

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Larry Ellingson

Many of us daydream and wander through our imaginations. I bring back souvenirs.

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Frankie Benka

I have been doing photography for 50 years. As an artist, I don’t limit myself to one medium.

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Theresa Henson

The movement is a pattern that generously and infinitely responds to that which inspires growth.

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Antonio Romero

Antonio continually challenges himself by experimenting in different styles, techniques, mediums including acrylic painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and now digital art.

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Michael Dinning

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.

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Ryan Sanders

I get to sculpt, fabricate, mold, cast, and paint all sorts of wonderful, weird, bizarre creations.

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Ildiko Kalapacs

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.

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Catee Ng

I am a cake artist! I create custom pieces for customers for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, corporate events. . . basically anything that needs dessert.

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Scott Shumake

The fire pits have been such a hit that I know I’ve found my calling: to be a Creator.

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Serenity Williams

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.

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Jill Smith

Jill Smith is a ceramic artist who offers pottery lessons in her studio at the ClayFox Clay School