Rhonda Nass: Acrylics, Colored Pencil, Graphite

Rhonda Nass Artist Statement: “You’ll NEVER be an artist.” (quote from my high school art teacher) If you’ve ever been told you “can’t do” something, there swells an incredible motivation to reach for the unreachable, right? My teacher’s edict was just the impetus an immature, stubborn, German girl needed to catapult her into the field…

John Miller: Printmaking and Acrylics

John Miller Artist Statement: When I was a child I was inspired by graphic newspaper comic strips and Japanese prints introduced to me by my mother. I clearly remember pouring my attention into these images as though I was experiencing space for the first time. My reaction was visceral and I was aware of a…

Linda Koenig: Watercolor

Linda Koenig Artist Statement Be outside. Embrace solitude. See with fresh eyes. Write. These are tools of my studio practice, actions that come before and in conjunction with the application of paint, habits that inform the work. Alongside my sketchbooks are dictionaries, both old and new, and an assortment of journals for thoughts, lists, random…

Technicolor quilt that resembles a large multicolored square with polygonal patterns inside the frame of a multi-colored hollowed out rectangle.

Betty Gruber: Quilting

Betty Gruber Artist Statement Hello…my name is Betty and I’m a fabric-aholic. I have been sewing all my life and quilting for more than three decades. I have four wonderful children and started making clothes for them, and when they no longer wanted “home-made clothes,” I changed to quilting. Although I appreciate contemporary quilts, I…