Ross Brodar is a new York born internationally recognized artist. His work is a raw and primitive reflection of a life lived in the urban jungle.
Douglas Ihlenfeld enjoys coming up with numerous ideas and challenges himself to bring them into creation.
Michael Lebson uses abstract shapes & composition to convey nostalgia for the world around him.
Using an organic method, Rigo skips preliminary sketches and begins his artwork on a bare canvas, driven only by the urge to paint.
Dan has taught a variety of glass classes at the ArtsQuest Banana Factory in Bethlehem, PA.
Lara Holland loves to create with almost any kind of media. She focuses mainly on jewelry, beadery, and metals, enjoying the natural elements of the Earth in her work.
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.
Danny E. Polk Jr.'s love and passion for glass grows from the processes involved in its creation alone.
Inspired by her family and friends, Valerie takes ordinary objects and creates extraordinary lamps.
Janet Dance uses oil paint mixed with beeswax on canvas as the medium for these paintings using the brush, palette knife and occasionally a heat gun to move the paint around the canvas.
Art and design have always been an integral part of my life — from creative writing, painting, fashion, and sculpture to shaping pottery on the wheel or by hand. I began studying art at an early age, and in high school, I spent countless hours in the ceramics studio.
Marta Whistler attributes the strength of her color use and the kinetic dynamism of her form to influences as diverse as Native American art motifs, Slavic iconography, and the brilliance of color in Central American costumes.
Marlow views his oil paintings as an exploration of memory. To him, painting is an interpretation of the mechanics of the mind, how memories are formed.