• Ann Weber

    Ann Weber studied with Viola Frey at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland. It was Viola’s totemic clay figures that inspired the scale of her work. She started working in cardboard in 1991. Herabstract sculptures read as metaphors for life experiences, such as the balancing acts that define

  • Anna Erneholm

    Anna Erneholm’s sculptures are intuitive, expressive and tactile. They are created in a process without words. It is all about seeing, feeling and touching. The sculptures are made in a continuum over the last few years. Although the materials and forms have changed over time, just as the place of

  • Beth Elliott

    I am a sculptor and installation artist. I make art, I eat art. I breathe art. I try to inspire others to make art……BeArt… My art practice explores common, everyday events, ideas and materials in playful, unexpected ways to give an inviting, positive entry with food for further thought as

  • Deborah Wright

    Fundamentally, I am a sculptor. Relentlessly curious, I have cultivated a rich, multifaceted career in the creative field for over 30 years. It has been a privilege to act as conceptualist, designer, fabricator, sculptor, scenic artist and 3-D modeler for a myriad of Fortune 500 companies. Outsider art direction, in

  • Elyse Pignolet

    Born in Oakland, CA, Elyse Pignolet is an American with Filipino heritage, who lives and works in Los Angeles. She attended CSU San Francisco, and in 2001 she lived and studied in Madrid and Barcelona. Pignolet received a BFA in Ceramics from Cal State Long Beach in 2007. Her studies

  • Hyung Mo Lee

    Much of my work is about the act of making, with improvisations and the surprises that arise during the making of the work. I like to view it as an open ended process where one action influences the next, step by step leading into new directions. In my work there

  • Jesse Small

    “Decoration” is a deceptively benign word. Ideas spread like germs, broader and faster than the worst germs. And they cannot be healed, because there is nothing physical to remove. But a cultural shift can kill off ideas. Historically, ideas have survived rough times by hiding in decoration. Giving teeth to

  • Nancy Voegeli-Curran

    Nancy Voegeli-Curran’s artistic practice focuses on the duality between chance and intention. Her abstract drawings and paintings explore process and the materiality of paint. Through interweaving, multi-layered structures, she creates micro and macrocosms that resemble a phenomenological event such as a cosmological dust storm with inter-stellar bits or a spatial

  • Patrick Tierney

    Since 1995, Patrick Tierney, 3rd generation Californian has done hundreds of wall mounted and freestanding collage sculptures that address consumer desire through packaging. As an oeuvre, the work utilizes one hundred years or so of product packaging and consumerist ephemera to offer the vantage point of a naïve obsessive collector

  • Perry Okimoto

    I had the great opportunity of studying overseas with my wife in Italy. We had a teacher who was leading an archeological dig at an Etruscan site. We were able to look through an area littered with pottery shards. The feeling I got by holding, examining and wondering about the

  • Phoebe Barnum

    Phoebe Barnum was trained in the traditional studio arts. It is clear that her works are influenced by the Abstract Expressionists. Images at times are enlarged to the point identity of the image is unrecognizable. Interest in a rich surface is evident in the application of these oil pastels. Formal

  • Susan Rawcliffe

    Wanting to build a better flute, I study patterns in those of other cultures, including basic acoustic principles. Though my work is deeply personal, it is steeped in my studies of archaic wind instruments, giving my work resonance through time. I make both traditional and innovative flute forms in clay,

  • Vanessa Madrid

    Vanessa Madrid is a sculptor and painter based in Los Angeles. Her current work is an investigation into the vulnerabilities of the body and psyche, and states of transition. The essential components of humanness, as evidence of the journey of living beings towards transcendence, are the undercurrents running through her

  • W. S. Milner

    W.S. Milner is interested in the intersection of art and story. Her artwork is based on medieval and ancient imagery found in manuscripts, sculptures, frescos, and archaeological digs. Milner is drawn to magical reality and myth. She creates handheld diptychs and panels that her audience encounters on an intimate basis.