Available Work
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Regis Brodie
"I love the interplay that is created between the refinements of the form and the spontaneously decorated surface. It contrasts the elegant with the organic."
Karlos Carcamo
"I use many sources as starting points. My process is to build upon what is already there, what already exists."


Angelo Ciotti
Kathy Feighery
"[She] sees 'nature forcing its way back through the territory it once held.'"


Laura Gurton
"My shapes exist in space and I am always aware of where they are and how the space affects them; just as in life, where we are and what space is around us, is a vital part of our being."
Gary Jacketti
Adam Lovitz
"I consider and abstract intimate relationships between color, form, and texture as to displace a sense of awareness and slow down the act of seeing."

Jodi Lee Maurer
"Both types of painting are gestural capturing the presence of the landscape."
Claudia Pflueger
"My introduction to gourds as an art form was merely by chance; but having said that, I found them to be the perfect canvas, each unique ,with their flowing lines, and subtle curves; clearly, Nature's perfect sculpture."

Dakin Roy
"Magical and spiritual residue can exist in the spaces left between man and nature, and between the obvious and the barely perceptible."

Jeff Schaller
"Instantaneously setting powerful brush strokes that evoke an emotional connection of the viewer to the past and reflect on their sensibility in the present as a result of their memory."
Richard Bruce
"That thin place where earth becomes sky"


Beth Carson
"I paint with an attempt to live in the moment and many of my images are often set against a background that is multi-layered and sometimes pleasingly chaotic.. just like life itself."
Kate Daley
Aaron Finkbiner
"Sun, heat, sand, wind, and water dominate the five senses and are expressed in broad, scraping movements, textures, and layers of the paint."
Jennifer Hansen-Rolli
"As far back as I can remember, I have had a perpetual desire to create."
Michael Kellner
"I know that any effort to convey the immensity of an experience will never be enough and yet I still find that effort meaningful."
Kirsten Lyons
"With my sculpture, I attempt to connect elements of play and scientific theory by making ceramics - a weighty medium derived from the natural elements of earth and fire - float."
Ted Walsh
"The process of making paintings... is a productive way to reconcile the gap between the outside world and the thoughts I have about this world."

Jay McClellan
"The calmness that it brings to me, and the happiness that they bring to me, I want to paint those ideas."
Molly Rausch
"Like a jigsaw puzzle, I begin with the edges and work from the outside in."

Mike Sperlak
"I want a photograph to convey not only a visual reproduction of a scene, I want to convey a sense of time, a powerful feeling, or a combination of many things"
Lisa Zukowski
"I find there is beauty in age; the passage of time, the decay and the layers accumulated over the years."
Peter Bynum
"It [paint] articulates a model of the life force in action. It’s like an expression of communal possibility, a fluid decision system, with energy always coming from somewhere and going to somewhere."
Janet Cass
"..The camera records without thought. The result is layers of complexity and sophistication.."


Peter Davidson
Carla Goldberg
"The fluidity of line meandering through deep layers of watery, pooling resin is my visual language."


Thomas Huber
"In my paintings I merge various unrelated media into a unified picture - a free flowing record of open creative process over time that calls into question dualities such as flatness and perspective, internal and external, past and future."
Whitney Knapp
"In my work, I strive to integrate these realms [land, sea, and sky] through my use of atmosphere for both perceptual and metaphorical purposes."
Mark MacKinnon
"For the appearance of the land and the objects upon it generally results from the control which man himself exerts over the material and forces of nature just as truly and as completely as the sculptor controls the appearance of the natural stone which he shapes."
Jaanika Peerna
"I am a vessel gathering subtle and rapturous processes in nature, using the experiences and impulses to make my work."
Russ Ritell
"I try to make artwork that is inspiring on some level and reach people through my personal interests and observations."
Erica Leigh Tabbert
"Her work is peaceful. That peace can be hard to come by."

Steve Tootell