Cathy Begg is a custom woodworker, illustrator and studio owner, based in the famous and all art-inspiring, riverside village of New Hope, PA.
Shweta's work combines two types of design: two dimensional designs made for flat surfaces including drawing, painting and the creation of patterns on stone, glass and walls; three dimensional designs including furniture, fixtures and hardware.
Elizabeth Trace Drury's paintings illustrated the little stories in her head, presenting dark, slightly unsettling theater performed by bizarre little creatures she's rescued from the trash.
James A. DePietro has been expressing his aesthetic voice by using a series format approach with his artwork.
Sandra Eliot is inspired to make the elements and imagery which are traditionally in static or patterned relationships interact with each other on different levels or depths.
To Terri Fridkin, discovery, experimentation and invention are the converging forces that inspire her to create.