The work of Khalil Allaik explores how art can help us travel throughout this huge and limitless universe.
Femi J. Johnson starts his process by actively mixing paint and using colors from made or found papers until the composition appears. Purchase his art here.
Using an organic method, Rigo skips preliminary sketches and begins his artwork on a bare canvas, driven only by the urge to paint.
Ward Van Haute's energetic brushwork combined with a bold color palette serves to enhance the relationship between light and pigment in his reverse glass paintings.
William's passion comes in finding the harmony between different pieces, allowing him to create furniture that's both visually appealing and unique.
Doug Kozo uses both recognizable and unseen automobile and machinery parts. Parts that would have been designed for function and spend their life in motion are now the static elements of something visually interesting.
Using stone, sea glass, shells, fossils, and art beads Staci Louise Smith creates all of her jewelry and components by hand in her home in South Eastern PA. Purchase her art here.
Inspired by her family and friends, Valerie takes ordinary objects and creates extraordinary lamps.
Susan Levin's work conveys the beauty of nature and is inspired by her time living in Hawaii.
Jan Crooker's goal with each of her paintings is to convey the joy of everyday life through light and color.
Tom Holmes creates sculptures reflecting the changing weather and shifting seasons.