Arturo Cabrera's work focuses on Humanism, a movement and mindset that occurred during the high Italian Renaissance. The humanistic mindset pushes the notion that man is God’s greatest creation.
Jessica Bastidas' series explores the psychology of the sitter and the quiet dignity present within each person despite a history of oppression through colonialism, slavery, and socio-economic disenfranchisement.
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.
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.
Matthew Carmen Calleri enjoys mixing his love for collecting and restoring vintage musical gear and his background in Lighting and Scenic design to save or repurpose antique items.
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.
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.
Kate Hughes' photography collection, “Women Who Inspire” is an ongoing series of women who’ve encouraged positive transformations throughout her life.
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.
Danny E. Polk Jr.'s love and passion for glass grows from the processes involved in its creation alone.
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.
Rhonda Snowaert has worked as a professional photographer, a painter, a ceramic artist, and now is focused on glass, especially kiln-formed glass.
After receiving a yeshivah education, Ophir Agassi earned a B.A. at Yale University and an MFA at the New York Studio School, and has had his work reviewed in The Hudson Review, American Artist and Concept magazine.
Cody Abrachinsky's process incorporates pouring techniques, with flow enhancing mediums, which allows him to create delicate veils of color coupled with hard-edge abstraction.
Marilyn J. Fox's paintings take an in-depth look at how language changes and evolves over time.