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Zeina works in diverse media: Sculpture - steel, stone, silver and copper; metal forming, and fine art photography. Her Tea Infuser was accepted for a national exhibition by the Society of N. American Goldsmiths. Her photo Heart of the Canyon won a national contest sponsored by Grumbacher/Chartpack
MEDIUM:Watercolor, Drawing, Oils
"Design and math led me to Art, Design and Architecture degrees. With acrylics, I develop forms and colors with a sense of motion, tension, and balance. My work has been described as celebratory and playful, non-derivative, modern, and associative. I believe that Art is a spiritual endeavor."
MEDIUM:Mixed Media, Jewelry
I love art. It’s an expression of one’s self that no one else can take away from you. I have tried several different mediums including; sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, lithography, and now I have begun to do mixed media (clay on canvas) along with wire wrapping jewelry.
Part of a family business that deals with making Navajo style sterling silver jewelry, Gina is Cherokee, enrolled in her tribe and has been an artist since she was small. Lately, she has been sculpting more than anything but she also sews, knits, paints, draws, sings, and dances.
MEDIUM:Painting & Mixed Media
In my work, I try to convey some emotion that entices the viewer to linger whether it’s a curiosity about what’s around the corner, breaking light in the distance or the excitement of the impending storm. I attempt to pass on a sense of place that is a blend of light, space, scale and atmosphere.
MEDIUM:Mixed Media, Digital Art
MEDIUM:Jewelry, Mixed Media, Stained Glass, Collage
“I love to transform bare sheets of metal into small, handcrafted, wearable works of art. I use my hands, tools and fire to forge the metal, and add rich texture and color with etching, fire, patinas and enamels. Each unique, handcrafted piece is inspired by the colors of the rainbow.”
MEDIUM:Oil, Mixed Media, Acrylic
My favorite tool is the palette knife. Big, juicy, bold strokes can be made in oils or acrylics. The palette knife lends to abstract angles in painting, especially in landscapes. With oil and cold wax on paper for abstract collages, the palette knife tools come in handy along with rollers.
MEDIUM:Mixed Media, Assemblage
A former Chemist, Naval Officer, CIA Officer, Quality Engineer, President of 3 manufacturing companies and a Manufacturing Management Consultant, Jack Graham has turned his talents into a Woodturning Artist, specializing in creating beautiful wooden bowls, holiday trees, mushrooms, and wall art.