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Inspired by the literary movement Magical Realism, Maya Kuvaja’s storytelling paintings explore the way we perceive and construct our own realities. Her work invites deeply personal interpretations of her complex and mysterious narratives.
Cindy Rinne's website features an extensive variety of “Quilted Paintings,” collage compositions of both exotic and local fabrics collected over the years. Her work over the years has blurred the boundaries of craft and fine art.
On Joshua Field's website, you’ll find an impressive collection of paintings grouped by theme, followed by smaller projects and works on paper. His fertile conceptual imagination is expressed through a variety of techniques and materials.
Sarah Nesbitt’s work is an excellent example of intellectual curiosity, research skills, concept development, and creative execution. On her site, find examples of her mixed-media installation work, photography, and interactive installations.
On Kathy Ferguson's website, you’ll find several series of whimsical, colorful, and organic compositions of surreal and imaginary worlds that she describes as “more illusionary than authentic; places more commonly found in dreams than reality.”
Maya Dunsky is a multidisciplinary artist, butoh dancer, choreographer, and painter who lives in Israel.
Jean Sbarra Jones is an award-winning artist whose series of acrylic paintings of women’s dresses has earned significant critical acclaim.
Laurie Borggreve's ambitious compositions use thousands of small pieces and urge the viewer to delve deeper for true meaning.
Monica Coyne's blacksmith work has moved beyond the the functional and into fine art galleries.
Virginia Mahoney’s work consistently pushes back against tradition by resisting the categorical and methodical.