Guin Amant is a well trained painter based in Paris, France.
Balbo has a technical expertise in using paper as an artistic medium.
Bill Barrett is considered a central figure in abstract sculptures in steel, aluminum and bronze.
Kevin is a skilled welder of aluminum, steel, and bronze.
Carme Bassa is an accomplished painter and sculptor based in Barcelona.
Maureen Berquist Gray specializes in Stone sculptures.
Georgie E. Bick is considered to have been of the finest weavers in the world by many established textile authorities.
Dewey Blocksma’s personification of his sculptures is beloved by art collectors everywhere.
Boevé uses fabrics to depict eight stories about the healing hands of Jesus.
Chuck Bowdlear is a 20th Century American artist.
Brorby’s focus is often on minimal art, as shown in his March 20, 1971 “Yellow Series” at Western Michigan University.
Charlie Brouwer completed a MA in Painting and a MFA in Sculpture at Portland State University and Western Michigan University.
His pallet is vibrant and intense and very unique.
Dr. Chew is an associate professor of the Art Centre at University Sains Malaysia, Penang
Jennifer Collins is an instructor for the School of Visual Arts at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia.
Greg Constantine’s oil and acrylic on styrene Artist Licenses are now on display at Armstrong De Graaf Galleries
Stefan Davidek uses color masterfully. He captures Michigan’s unique beauty, painting pine trees, horses, and even highways.
Gonzales-Tornero has had many exhibitions in Chile, Canada, Europe and the United States.
Jonathan Green won the Man of Distinction Award in 2003.
William Victor Gropper was a U.S. cartoonist, painter, lithographer, and muralist.
Terry Haass’ etchings are admired for their complexity in design and execution.
Brian Halsey creates bright serigraphs printed on Somerset 100% rag paper trimmed to 21 1/2” x 21”
David Hockney is considered one of the most influential British artists of the twentieth century.
Jagdish is a well known Indian artist. He creates brightly colored papier-mâché mask and figures.
Eugene Jardin has recieved critical acclaim for exhibitions at numerous major galleries throughout the world.
Alexander Krivosheiw is a Brooklyn-based artist showing his current work in New York City.
Laabino was a large part of the studio glass movement.
As an artist, John’s passion has always encompassed a wide variety of media.
George R. Lee specializes in black and white photography
Luis Lopez Loza is a mexican painter, printmaker, and sculptor.
Steven MacGowan is a master of the painted wood relief technique.
Del Michel describes his work as lyrical and colorful abstraction.
The evolution of Miretsky’s art reflects the happiness and success he has found in American life.
David Mullen creates unique cast bronze sculptures.
In 1983 Kevin O’Brien was appointed Artist in Residence at the National Gallery in London.
Overvoorde is a graphic designer, painter, printmaker, and as an environmentalist.
Peterdi was a great innovator of printmaking techniques. He devised elaborate ways of color printing by collaging copper plates.
Pond is well known for using high gloss varnish printing in thick layers of bright contrasting colors.
Ramos Prida is well known for his sun cracked painted wood tablets reminiscent of the Olmec and Mayan heritage of his youth.
Romero has studied at the Art School of Vincennes in Paris, the Artists’ Collective in Taos, New Mexico and at the School of the
Thomasina Sawyer works with a wide variety of medias.
Helen Siegl gained a large reputation for both her individual signed and numbered prints and for her book illustrations
Eduardo Tamariz has works in over 60 museums and collections.
Michael Teague is a painter, composer, cartoonist, animator, and writer.
James Walker is well known for his Abstract Composition Serigraphs.
William Weege’s work is stunning and impactful and often political
Nancy begins each piece by sifting through collections of objects until one thing presents itself as a beginning point.
Jo Ji and artistic counterpart Atanasova experiment with colors, geometric shapes, brushwork, and the encaustic technique.
The Zhou Bothers are internationally acclaimed in museums worldwide.