Kyle Kraiter

Kyle Kraiter planned to spend one year in New Zealand, traveling and studying glass at Wanganui Polytechnic.  After two years he was still in New Zealand studying glass. Seven years later he had blown glass in seven different countries and traveled the world. Highlights in the career of this glass artist have been many, with […]

Larry Thompson

Balance, contradiction, and metaphor are the over-arching three elements I try to interject into my work as a framework.  Through a layering process, be it the physical layering of juxtaposed images, the layering of image and text, or different skins of paint or charcoal stacked on each other, I hope the work will bring a […]

Martin Needom

Martin Needom is a visual artist who works primarily in three- dimensional media. Many works are metal, but others are wood, paper, and composites.  He also works in two-dimensional mixed media, oil, and acrylics as well as monotype print making and photography.  His contemporary three dimensional works consist of a variety of materials such as […]

Neal Novak

I am a self-taught artist who is interested in conveying depth, serenity, and fluidity in my painting.  Line, color, and shape inform my approach, but ultimately a painting for me only works when it captures a particular mood.  I want my art to engage and even challenge the viewer, requiring him or her to retrace […]

Saliha Staib

“In my abstract painting, I want to create my own language with unique marks and gestures that communicate on different levels through the use of line, color, forms, and structures. Oil is my primary medium. The work often has an element of geometry of the constructed and the improvisational techniques of playing with and adjusting color, tonality, scale, texture, and shape.”

Sallie White

Sallie White is an abstract painter living and working in Greensboro, NC.  Her paintings are in private and corporate collections across the United States.  Very approachable and welcoming, she gladly opens her studio for visits, by appointment. My approach to painting is informed by early lessons in loss and impermanence.  One can either resist change […]

Schalk van der Merwe

Cape Town artist, Schalk van der Merwe is a multidiscipline visual artist.  The visceral portraits he creates have a directness about them, yet are underpinned with a tangible fragility.  Ambiguous features can morph from immense beauty into utter despair, with hints of the eyes breaking the surface beneath layers of paint, charcoal, turpentine, expressive brush […]

Steve Adair

Steve Adair is a visual artist living and working in Northwest Arkansas.  He is a graduate of Arkansas State University where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Art Education.  The work he creates blends his personal interest in abstraction, installation, and the figure.  His work has been on exhibition throughout Arkansas, […]

Teri Dryden

I plunge into each piece of work as if it were an adventure into the unknown.  With no specific outcome in mind, I respond to the changes in the picture as I explore and interact with materials by layering paint and paper, scratching, sanding and marking, creating open spaces, altering and adjusting.  I move between […]