Richard Markoff
Painting

Associate

‘One must evolve or evaporate’. Painting in a series forces me to re-engage and refocus myself. I am challenged to invent unique ways to use technique, color and elements
of design. In the process, my style of painting continually grows, which make me a better artist.

Pete Wroblewski
Bronze Sculpture

Associate

My work is primarily figurative with various subjects that appeal to me, from mythology, nature, or emotion. And, sometimes, I just like to make shiny things.

George Skuodas
Assemblages

Studio

My work involves taking discarded metal objects (junk) and discovering new purposes for them. Instead of looking at an object for what it is, I look at what it could be.

Valery Wachter
Painting

Associate

This is the final installment in my series of paintings of marbles. I loved exploring the many ways of seeing them as the beautiful things they are as well as portraying them as objects that just happen to be marbles.

Linda Hatfield
Painting

Associate

I think of my paintings as illustrations. I frequently am inspired by bits of overheard conversation, well worn cliches or an odd turn of phrase. My titles always come first. I enjoy taking the left brain words and making them a right brain visual. Bold, graphic and happy are my “style”.

Jay Gerber
Painting

Associate

Acrylic Paintings by Jay Gerber