Rob Beishline's current exploration of screen printing, and image transfer techniques on clay is influenced by his interest in poetry and narrative, and by a desire to express the stories and mythology he sees in the lives of people around him.Read More
Mardis Nenno is interested in form as a means to come closer to a truth that she can only sense is there. In the shapes and colors and textures of the physical world she finds a passageway, a fragment of language in which to describe what she sees and knows.Read More
Lynne Hobaica is captures stories we live and that we will be remembered by in her work- whether they are run-of-the-mill mistakes, or working against distance and time to hold relationships together, or the joyful awkwardness of exploring new relationships.Read More
Sam Scott chooses forms, functional or not, that are predominantly reduced to the elemental such as cylinder, sphere, or plate. He has developed three distinct bodies of work over the years.
When Carol Gouthro starts working on a new sculptural piece, she is often responding to something she is captivated by. It might be something something in her garden or it might be something she sees in her tool drawer- like the elegant line of a plastic French curve.