Ruth Bunnewell's landscape painting is regarded as "putting a contemporary spin on traditional British landscape painting."
Heather Gorham is both a painter and sculptor working in traditional media, such as acrylic, bronze, and wood, with a more recent focus on digital sculptural technology and 3D printing to add to her bag of tricks.
Jackie Abrams' Woven Figures series speaks of "the importance of the women in our lives, of their strengths and sorrows, their growth and joys."
Re-envisioning her paintings as raw material, Susan Dory deconstructs and reassembles her canvases, cutting, looping, overlaying, and sewing them onto colorful ropes.
In her works from WTP Vol. VII #7, Etsukuo Ichikawa uses molten glass as a fiery paint, scorching the surface of velvety, cast cotton paper.
Jo Stealey is a nationally recognized artist known for her mixed-media sculpture and collages utilizing handmade paper. From WTP Vol. VII #6, her installation "Forest."
Patrick Hughes creates small-scale watercolor paintings that are both subtle and complex. "Composition 65" is one of many works appearing in WTP Vol. VII #6.
Chehalis Hegner is a former professional musician who turned to photography after losing sight in her left eye. In her Source Code series, she "present[s] the purity of spheres in an organic, mysterious, and sometimes haunting landscape."
Audra Weaser, whose work appears in the WTP summer magazine, is interested in creating physically charged images reminiscent of watery landscapes.
Meticulously constructed sculptures by Bentley Meeker comment on the intersection of human culture and the natural world.