Etchings and Acrylic Paintings portraying the Argentine way of life including tango dancers and bullfighters. His art has a very optimistic feel despite the portrayal of many of the problems his country faces.
Shirley Brauker´s works include pottery and sculpture. Her pieces tell a story of her ancestors through carved pictures and symbols. Tribal legends are retold and therefore saved for posterity.
Christy is recognized as an elder and teacher. His work can be found in galleries from Tucson to Detroit.
Allison Beaulieu Cholke -
Allison graduated from Adrian College with a degree in art and education. She teaches in an inner city Chicago school and creates unique beaded jewelry in her spare time.
Noreen Jordan is a watercolorist who blends impressionistic and realistic styles with great success. The viewer of her work senses an emotional contact between her love of the natural world and the pure medium of watercolor.
Monica Moilanen was born and raised in Michigan. She is an intuitive artist working in many media. She is a wonderful student of people and catches their soul with her bold strokes of oil pastels or acrylic. On a different day she may decide to paint a vibrant street
scene or an abstract. Spontaneous and bold, she now resides in Ireland and has new inspirations to excite her art.
Roland Rayburn Jr
Roland N. Rayburn Jr grew up in Southeast Michigan and studied at the Flint Institute of Arts. Some of his greatest influences come from the Abstract Expressionists. Formerly an exhibiting artist with the Greater Flint arts Council and member of the Left Bank Gallery, he has had his work accepted in many juried shows all over Michigan and the Midwest. Exhibits include a solo show at Citizens Bank Gallery in Flint as well as the Buckham Gallery in Flint. He is still actively creating art and resides in Mecosta county.
An interesting interplay of color, texture, and shape. With thought provoking titles such as "Enough of Hopefulness" and "What's Important", Ricksgers is asking the viewer to take a second look.
A Northern Michigan artist with diverse talents in painting, drawing, printmaking, carving, and casting.
Michigan artist Lavana Shurtliff has been creating unique jewelry since 1992 using the ancient technique of lampworking.
All of her jewelry is created in her studio in Mt. Pleasant Michigan. She sells and shows her designs nationally.
Lavana comes from a family of artists and graduated from Central Michigan University where her father was an art professor.
Her creative and unique styles appeal to young and old alike. She often does commission pieces for special gifts or events.
He began working with wood, often creating large reclining figurative pieces. Next came his fascination with welded steel. Using steel or a composite of wood and steel, Thompson believes he has “only scratched the surface of the possibilities of the materials”