I throw all of my stoneware pieces on the pottery wheel, carve each piece using a free-hand technique, dip in glaze, and wipe away the excess, giving the pieces a look reminiscent of sgraffito.
Each stoneware piece is wheel-thrown, slab-rolled,
and hand-modeled by the husband/wife team. We decorate with layered slips, glazes, and oxides.
Porcelain functional ware, with custom bright mid range glazes. Wheel thrown, showcasing a variety of surface treatments such as; stamping, carving, mishima, screen prints and alterations.
My Posters call attention to our public lands, their conservation and the spiritual connection we have with those places. I record information for designs through painted studies and sketches.
Exquisitely detailed drawings created using a pencil, pen and ink. Technique marries texture in these fine examples of photo-realism of Americana. Uniquely Finished with just a POP of colored ink.
My pieces are made of 85% handcast abaca paper. The surface is then covered with joint compound or cement, then copper leafed. Some pieces are painted with bees wax and pigment, called encaustic.
An artfully crafted gourd is the base for a crown of intricately woven and colorful pine needles. Baskets may be further embellished with copper wire, inlaid turquoise, horse hair or even arrowheads.
Using cotton I dye my fabric up to fifty times to achieve a highly detailed wax resist drawing based on my plein air oils. I may add encaustic to enhance the texture and depth of the final piece.
I hand weave all of my clothing fabrics on 8-harness foot-powered floor looms with micro and plant fiber yarns. I warp the looms, weave the fabrics, cut, sew and hand-embellish each garment.
Select fine leathers designed using exotic inlays or traditional tooling with a southwestern flair.
Luminous Silks and Gilded Velvets, dyed and block printed by hand.Art to wear and home decor.I design and carve my own blocks. Printed with textile inks or metal powders,Foruny technique.
I stitch each hat myself starting with a strand of braid, creating shapes using my hands as I stitch, this free from shaping allows me to approach each hat as unique sculpture
Hand blown glass. 10+ Hand mixed colors. Techniques learned and developed; Venetian, feathering, cyclone.
Completely made from raw materials, work combines hand sandblasting, hand worked metal, hand painting, traditional leaded glass, hand cut bevels and mirror. Each piece is unique and one of a kind.
My work is multi layers of fusible sheet & dichroic glass
designed and hand cut. I use airbrushing and sandblasting techniques to enhance each piece. Pieces are kiln fired and slumped into a shapes.
I create bold, dramatic designs featuring yellow, white & red gold, diamonds & gemstones. I use lost-wax techniques enhanced with hand fabrication to create a fusion of the natural and architectural.
Jewelry of mixed metals including silver, copper, pewter and hand-painted anodized aluminum. Some pieces include vitreous enamels, kiln-fired glass, set gemstones or river stones
Oxidized and texturized silver and copper metal and hand coiled wire. Some designs incorporate antique buttons.
Inspired by nature & geometric elements, I hand-fabricate men & women’s sterling silver & gold jewelry. I create unique metal textures by fusing sterling silver; only heat and flux is used, no solder
I create colorful inlaid natural stone jewelry In gold and silver. My metalwork is either cast from my originals, or fabricated from sheeting wires.I also have a line of cuff bracelets with no stones
Hand fabricated of sterling silver, and set/inlayed with semiprecious stones & shell. Various techniques are used (ie: stamping, repousse, and filigree) All work is original, as no design is repeated.
Handcrafted Contemporary Jewelry in Sterling Silver, Copper, Brass, Niobium and Recycled Aluminum with semi-precious gemstones. Earrings, Pendants, Bracelets and Necklaces.
Craved Design out of wax, cast in 14k gold also in stainless. Feature each style with precious & semi precious gems, Inlay exotic materials and accent with diamonds pave.
Each detailed lampwork bead is created by melting glass rods with a propane/oxygen torch for unique color & texture. They are then kiln annealed. Anodized aluminum adds a fun dimension to many pieces.
I create jewelry that plays with the contrasts of color and form - juxtaposing textures created by hammering, etching, and milling against the colors of stones and the layering of mixed metals.
Innovative, sculptural designs range from sensuous and organic, to bold and geometric. The designs are hand sculpted and cast or forged in gold. Gems are selected for their vibrant, unusual color.
I make & design high fired porcelain jewelry using bright underglazes and relief tools. The process requires 3 kiln firings & a 4th firing for a 22K white gold trim.
Sculpted by fire on a torch, gold, silver & murrine are suspended in glass.My work strives to show the life & depth possible in glass. Silver is hand forged to present my glass visions in wearable art
High-quality cabochons and semi-precious gems are set in classic to modern sterling and fine silver fabricated settings created by hammering, forming, texturing, soldering, fusing and stone setting.
Hand fabricated from silver with added gold, copper & brass. I create hollow forms for volume & dimension. Textured metals; patinas applied to highlight textures; stone & pearl accents.
WC paper, ink, metal, resin. Surface design from film transfer, collage, digital layering/blending.
Polymer clay with original colors. Techniques are hand-forming,caning,piercing, engraving, layering, etc.
Ramon and Rosa Velasquez
Stainless Steel with Tile furniture sealed with marine varnish and colorful metal wall hangings painted with automotive paint and copper and brass sealed with polyurethane
Greg and Noah Gowen
Handcrafted copper & stone creations that integrate an advanced flame painting process with buffed & sculpted aspects. Unique, award winning techniques emit movement, depth and a 'peaceful' essence.
Heirloom quality knives born from billets of steel; brass, silver & copper bars & rods; handles from blocks of woods, fossils, and stone. Blades and handles are hand sculpted using a belt sander.
Watercolor on Arches 300 lb cold press paper, with techniques of wash, drybrush, splatters, splash, then mounted onto canvas with deckled edges of the watercolor paper visible, then with gold leaf app
Hollow log or gourd birdhouses. Insulated and ventilated, painted metal or annealed copper roofs, hand set stones, finials, handmade decor; ladders, turrets, dormers, copper leaves, vines, bells etc.
My body of work encompasses the use of digital media, organic materials, and industrial elements.
Combination of black & white photography & oil painting. My film photos are printed in my darkroom & handpainted using vibrant oils of my color choices revealing the fine details of the photograph.
Various metals,stone and found objects are used to create one of a kind pieces.
A 6 step prep process transforms upcycled materials, using a vibrant acrylic palette with shapely brushstrokes.Layers of transparent glazes & quality UV protectant creates a seal for outdoor use.
Oil & mixed media on stretched canvas applied in numerous layers of adding and subtracting give this piece a highly textured look.
Feather masks totems and venetian plaster
Use of antiques and black iron as well as gears and antique gauges to make lamps, paper towel holders, wine bottle holders and other items. A small selection of steampunk style jewelry
Atmospheric landscapes and skyscapes in oil on canvas, using luminosity, color, and light to draw the viewer into a dreamy world of memories and imagination.
I create Expressionist abstracts with energetic bold acrylic colors and mix trowels and blades with brush work. The result…a deep textural look.
One of a kind originals created with brilliant acrylics, inks, textures, & found objects such as stones and glass on wood panels & paper. I use trees to communicate humor, whimsy, & bits of wisdom.
Representational oil on canvas
Vibrant color, textural details, dramatic compositions and vignetted negative spaces highlight these representational works. All of these scenes have been photographed by the artist, and the photos
The body of work I will be showing is mostly acrylic paintings on canvas with a few small watercolors. My work is mostly a play on color, line and texture that portrays the way I view the world.
Inspired by The Arts & Crafts Movement (1880-1920) and the WPA posters of the 1930s, my artwork is meant to evoke the feeling of yesteryear. Gouache on illustration board and acrylic on panel.
I work with acrylic paint. Sometimes I mix it with a gel medium for added texture. Other times I mix it with water and manipulate its movement on the canvas. My art is modern.
I use traditional oil techniques on linen and focus on strong contrast lighting in pushing the color envelope
I use marks to paint contrasts that define space. By pushing color, texture and value I try to define a realistic setting. All of my pieces contain a bit of myself.
Acrylic and oil painted on canvas, all while, using paint layering techniques with brushwork and a palette knife. The subject matter is wild life expressed in bright, bold colors.
I am a COLORBLIND artist that oil paints Buffalo, Moose, Animals, Native American, and Southwest art. I paint vibrant colors and tell a story with my art for everyone to see.
On highly textured canvas- charcoal , graphite drawing with multiple layers of acrylic in gel medium. Layers are scored, sanded always allowing the underdrawing to show. Unusual tools in drawing.
Flow and motion acrylic palate knife paintings that are accentuated with glass, metallics and pigments in epoxy resin.
I am a pop surreal, wildlife and landscape painter. My art is a reaction to the work I was surrounded by as a child, growing up in Southern Colorado. I primarily work with acrylic on canvas.
My painting begin when I initiate considering the subject.Using the best materials available and accumulated experiences,I’m able to create my vision.
Most of my paintings are created in the studio from a Plein Air Sketch. A mix of impressionistic and expressionistic style sometimes with few layers of paint and different type of brush stroke.
Meterials I paint on materials range from wood, to fiberglass, to canvas. Mediums range from watercolor, to oil paint, to chalk pastel. I take a contemporary approach to painting our feathery friends.
David Gonzales acrylic paintings have gained international acclaim for his vibrant use of color and skill in capturing motion. He has won a plethora of awards and is our galleries top-selling artist.
Using palette knives, I create oil paintings on canvas. The result is a relief technique where the oil paint protrudes making the layers thick enough to cast their own shadows onto the canvas.
Giclee prints traditionally framed behind glass and modern floats up to 96". Everything is framed with gorgeous 3" really wood moulding. The average size photo in my booth is 60-75"
S Brian Berkun
Digitally enhanced photography using a variety of software and digital brush techniques some made to look like palette knife paintings etchings signed limited editions of 50 on paper canvas metal
Dan & Steve Sawusch
After researching & scouting, we revisit a location until the desired weather & light conditions occur. Images are processed & printed on various substrates then placed in a frame that complements it.
I personally print on prograde metallic paper for full color gamut and facemount to acrylic. Light refracts with the acrylic creating tremendous vibrancy for an incredibly modern and lasting product
My images are taken with Canon digital cameras and Canon lenses, with the images either infused onto metal or printed with archival ink on silver rag-museo paper or canvas.
Wildlife photography portraying intimate behavior, especially the interaction between mothers and babies, and other behavior seldom observed by a non-photographer, printed on canvas and luster paper.
This series was taken on digital camera capable of capturing both infrared and normal color. The images were then converted partially to Black and White, and then printed on dye-infused metal.
I connect with an environment by studying, exploring it, then photographing it using Sony full frame professional cameras and lenses, aiming for a natural final print
Artist printed photographs mounted on cradled panels.
Wildlife and Nature Images from Africa, Alaska and the American West on aluminum for a contemporary presentation. During editing, aside from minor cropping, no elements are added or removed.
I am a nature photographer specializing in dramatic wildlife and landscape images. I create exceptional limited edition fine art prints.
Cast and fabricated bronze sculpture with heat applied patinas and some glass elements.
Freehand form representational sculptures in silver plated and enameled copper wire.
A variety of natural stone is cut, finished, and assembled to create three dimensional mountain landscape. Natural colors and textures of stone take the viewer on a journey into the mountains.
I hand-twist and shape copper, aluminum and bronze wire into sculptures of trees and nature oriented objects. Heat & chemicals are used to patina the metal. Clear epoxy is applied from top to bottom.
Figurative sculptures created in steel mesh, by manipulating the mesh by hand and with minimal tools (i.e. pliers,knife). There are no molds. The finished piece is painted, mounted on silk and framed.
Copper and brass metal sculpture. Hammer raised, patina and bronze applications, and a clear lacquer finish. Two and Three-dimensional pieces ranging from $80.00-$5,900.00. Features glass accents.
Wrought metal with automotive polychrome finish system
My sculptures are first created in clay.
The lost wax method is then use to cast the bronzes. I then work with the patina artist to complete my pieces.
I create decorative and functional wooden bowls and vessels by combining materials such as wood, semi-precious stones, metal and acrylic resins. Each individual item is unique, and one of a kind.
Handcrafted wooden sculptures made from the finest selection of exotic woods. Each piece is uniquely hand tooled, carved or turned to portray toys reminiscent of yesteryear.
Mahogany or Oak chair frames,some steam bent with either woven rope or wood slat seats.
Segmented wood turnings. Woods are cut into precise shapes to create intricate designs within each piece. All natural grains and colors. Semi precious stones are used within my designs.
Hand shaped vases,bowls,masks,boxes other sculptures made from driftwood and burls,inlaid with semi precious stones
My furniture is created using traditional methods by hand and machine. I use sustainable domestic and exotic woods.my finish is a combination of Tung oil and lacquer for a durable surface.
I am forever intrigued by the unique defects & natural beauty of hardwoods, that in itself is art. My approach to an art form is to manipulate the wood into work which combines function and beauty.
We use mostly domestic hardwoods accented with exotic species to give our products a "surfboard stripe" aesthetic. Everything is made by hand or w/ hand-assisted woodworking tools - no CNC machines
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