Kathryn Barker

I work in water media for the spontaneity and space for the unexpected it provides. While my paintings present recognizable images I do not attempt to reproduce the source with absolute consistency. The qualities of the pigments, water, and paper are intrinsic to the expression. Much of my work focuses on the everyday, items or people, isolating them and creating a space to reflect and look more deeply.

www.kathrynbarker.net


Michelle Pond

Visual art and poetry have been in conversation since the time of the ancient Greeks. I pair original poems and photographs that speak to one another. I photograph the beauty that appears in front of me every day--sunrises, plants, animals, the moon. I am taken in by patterns and relationships that I see outdoors, like a drying blossom hugging a new bud or a pair of trees that look like parenthesis. The poems tell the story of what the photographs say to me.

https://mapoetpoems.blogspot.com


Heather Croxton

 


Annette Hadley

Sharon Rodriguez
After leaving corporate jobs, Sharon chose to pursue her photography and meditation skills. She combined them to show and sell as "Meditative Photography." She now facilitates a Photography group at InterUrban Arthouse.
Maura Garcia
Dancer/choreographer Maura Garcia collaborates within communities to create stories of identity and place. She is fascinated by stories that have been hidden and the unexpected connections that arise when they are rediscovered.

Michelle Pond

Visual art and poetry have been in conversation since the time of the ancient Greeks. I pair original photographs and poems that speak to one another.
Marilyn Lyons
I view things differently and share that vision with others through my art. Although going on trips to photograph new and exciting things is fun, you don't have to travel beyond your own back yard. Just stop, take a moment and observe!
Annette Hadley
When we experience beauty, we feel enlivened and filled with hope. With many people affected by illness, lack of money or other challenges, we need beauty to help us keep going, and my color pencil and ink drawings are inspiring.
Lorrie Eigles
When we experience beauty, we feel enlivened and filled with hope. With many people affected by illness, lack of money or other challenges, we need beauty to help us keep going, and my color pencil and ink drawings are inspiring.
Rachel Rose
Rachel received her B.F.A from the Univ. of KS. in painting. Her work can be seen at the Nelson Atkins art museum gift shop and Da Vincy's the Q. Rachel has won a variety of awards for both her art work and jewelry.
Heather Croxton
An artist of multiple mediums: published photographer, degree in Graphic Design, currently creating Zen Art (drawings) and recently started dot art painting. Doing commissioned and contract work in all mediums.