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Artists Beyond Our Doors

Artists & Makers Studios is pleased to highlight the talents of creative professionals from across the country in Beyond Our Doors. 

Adjoa Burrowes

Adjoa Burrowes is a mixed media artist, educator and author of over a dozen books for children.    She uses a variety of media in her art practice including explorations in painting, bookmaking, collage, printmaking and sculpture.  She is formally trained in printmaking from Howard University, where she earned a B.F.A. degree with honors.  She is

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Albert Schweitzer

“Albert Schweitzer is a visionary artist who lives and works in Baltimore Maryland. Although classically trained his paintings are imbued with the naive, raw simplicity and energy that one would associate with outsider art.  As a student Albert studied with Grace Hartigan.  This association with Grace Hartigan has created a lasting influence on his work.”   

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Alonzo Davis

My art choices and worldviews have been inspired by travel.  Through travel, I seek influences, cultural centers, energies, new terrain and the power of both the spoken and unspoken. The magic of the Southwest United States, Brazil, Haiti and West Africa has penetrated my work.  Southern California, my home for thirty years, has also had

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Anne Havel

I benefit from personal sensory issues which cause radical direction shifts.  My unconscious issues, apparently, are the undisputed project manager at all times. Through my enameling pursuits I explore ideas about current brain-dominating subject matter. Frequent mind disturbances include nuclear power, planet degradation, imaginary space objects and creatures, molecular level shapes, mathematical pursuits.  As a

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Anne Marchand

For Washington, DC based painter Anne Marchand, Abstraction is her way to explore the very nature of life.  She speaks to a clear captivation with the emotional power of color, music, and poetry to engage the senses.  Using painting as a platform, she explores universal currents and rhythms with layers of paint, texture, and words

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Annette Kearney

I live in Portland, Maine.  I use many materials in my work which are for the most part dimensional.  Currently I am making encaustic monotypes on heavy paper and using them to construct dimensional work which I call sculptural collage.  I also use gouache, acrylic, graphite and mylar.   Rich color, unique forms and shapes drive

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April M. Rimpo

Artist April M. Rimpo’s subject matter generally captures glimpses of her travels within the United States and abroad.  Her subject matter varies: landscapes, urban scenes and paintings of figures involved in everyday activities.  As she shares the culture and stories of places she has visited, her goal is for you to bring the story as

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Audrey Wilson

The works I generate are a collection of ingenuity, with a focus on the vigorous delicacy of glass as the catalyst.  Often the point of focus in a piece is the calamus: the strongest part of the feather.  Feathers often represent bravery and wisdom, such as an inventor needs to produce a working fabrication.  Other

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Barry Gregg Clayworks

Barry Gregg is a clay artist living in Decatur, Georgia.  He has shown at Signature Contemporary Craft Gallery, Mudfire Gallery, The Swan Coach House Gallery, Clay West, The Atlanta College of Art, Hambidge Art Center and The Bascom. Barry has also exhibited nationally at The American Craft Council Shows in Baltimore and Atlanta.  His work

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Carol Brown Goldberg

My painting reflects interest in science, art, and history…my interests unites in color, line and composition. Creating my work slows down the universal shared time. Painting allows me to process information, synthesize senses, and interweave past, present and future.  In this series, I ask the question, “How do we see?” My journey for answers is

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Cheryl Edwards

I was trained in political science, Black History, Law and finally Art.  I have always been creative, beginning in elementary and high school.  I was engaged in Ballet classes and piano lessons during my formative years of development.  And then came to  high school with poetry and college with African Dance.  After law school, I

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Christine Cardellino

Before anything else, I have a passion for paint and faith that in it and through it, something deeply meaningful can emerge.  In contemporary art, there are many ways—and ever new ways–to create visual art; it seems to me that one’s choice of medium/media has become especially significant in its own right.  I value my

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Cindy Packard Richmond

If someone had told me in 2000 that I would become a professional artist, I would have countered, “Sure, right after I’m done orbiting Mars.”  Even though my mother was a professional  artist and my father a writer, it seemed truly improbable.   I had early illusions of pursuing an art career.  Then, a college

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Corrine Bayraktaroglu

I was born in a mining Village in the North East of England and came to America in 1978 as a young married woman. My history of creativity started with the guidance of my mother and grandmothers, who taught me how to knit, crochet and embroider. However it wasn’t until I was 40 years old

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Cory Oberndorfer

My work fixates on nostalgia, American popular culture and youth.  I use imagery that I think will be universal to everyone who was once a child and especially those who refuse to grow up. Brightly colored and eye-catching, it is about the simple pleasures in life and instant gratification.  But sometimes it is also about

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Craig Kraft

I have created sculptural artwork for the past 35 years and public artwork for the past nineteen years. Over eighteen works have been sited/commissioned by such entities as The Rhode Island School of Design; Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, New York; Montgomery County, Maryland; The District of Columbia Arts and Humanities Commission; St.

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David Hubbard

Metal has always been my passion. I learned my craft working in a commercial Iron works in the late 1970s. The shapes I use are meant to be symbolic and suggestive, like a conversation between the viewer and the object.  I’ve incorporated movement in the Monument series. I’m a dedicated environmentalist who would rather be

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Debra Halprin

Artist, Debra Halprin, projects her view of the world through her artwork.  She works in water media and finds visual excitement through contrast and color.  Although primarily a portrait artist, Ms. Halprin enjoys painting still lifes, interiors and landscapes.  Her work is representational with an impressionistic flavor. Ms. Halprin is an award winning Artist whose

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Denée Barr

Washington, DC native, multi-media artist and vocalist Denée Barr is an artistic chameleon.  Denée studied engineering, film and art at the University of Maryland College Park.   Through visual narratives and performance art, Denée creates works in collaboration with nature and our environment.  Her art has been described as interpretive, lyrical, surreal and otherworldly. Artist

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Elissa Farrow-Savos

The sculptures I create are somewhat inside out.  I take what is inside our heads and hearts, and represent those things through form and found objects, on the outside of the figure.  The effect is to turn the personal into the universal, and the secret into the known.  In doing this I sculpt a figure

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Elizabeth Levine Braun

Elizabeth Levine Braun began her training in stained glass at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Aix en Provence, France in 1981.  In 1984 Elizabeth traveled to North Carolina where she helped establish a large arts and crafts center and lead its stained glass department.  In 1986 she founded Elizabeth’s Glassworks LLC, a custom art glass studio,

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Ellen Sinel

Ellen Sinel’s work has always focused on landscape – from her early linear abstraction, to the present abstract representation.  She works in oil and varied media on canvas, paper, and wood.  Sinel has had over twenty solo exhibits, and has been in juried and group shows in Washington, DC, Provincetown, MA and New York, NY. 

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Ellyn Weiss

Ellyn Weiss is a visual artist in two- and three-dimensional works, as well as an independent curator, with studios in Mt. Rainier, MD and Truro, MA.  She has had more than 24 solo shows and has participated in numerous juried and group exhibitions.  Ellyn works in a wide variety of media; the paintings and sculptures

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Elsabe Dixon

Elsabe Dixon is an artist and educator whose practice includes drawing, construction, curating, installation, writing, performance and social engagement.  Dixon received her BA from Averett University with a minor in History.  In 2011 she received her MFA from George Mason University in New Media, and now teaches Sculpture and Foundation courses at the School of

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Elyse Harrison

One of the best things about dedicating yourself to a lifetime of making art is that you get to a point where you realize just how much you have accomplished. I have had a full and wonderful career so far, mainly because of one thing: I really love what I do. Experimenting in my studio

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Evan J. Parker, III

You’d think that after almost sixty years on the planet, I would handle things like taxes, the business side of art or an artist bio like something approaching an adult, instead of the kid at the table being told to finish that mound of congealing cauliflower and melty cheese, that tasted wrong from the first

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Eve Stockton

Eve Stockton’s woodcuts are inspired by close observation of nature and an eclectic interest in science.  Utilizing a multifaceted background in architecture and art, Stockton is able to engage the variables of large-scale printmaking, allowing her to produce an ongoing body of dynamic, graphic images.  Her individual prints and her groupings of related prints show

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Fierce Sonia

Fierce Sonia is a multimedia artist who frequently works in obsessive series, often working on many pieces at once; retelling the story over and over much like a folk tale is folded over the mouth many times. An icon in Fierce’s work is the “cow skull woman” image.  It continues to balance concepts of hard/soft,

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Floris Flam

The work of Floris Flam is inspired by the geometry of the world around her. It is abstract, but often suggests architecture, influenced by having grown up in New York City and by her travels. Floris says she loves color, visual texture, and spatial ambiguity. Floris dyes and print white fabric using a wide range

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Francie Hester

My work is a series of studies and reflections on how pattern emerges from random events, how random events form memory, and how the passage of time shapes a life.  The work evokes the unknown or unknowable, and draws on the ordering principles of mathematics and science to contemplate how order, sequence and memory are

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Freya Grand

Freya Grand’s paintings have grown out of journeys to many uninhabited places –  places possessing particular power, requiring time and immersion to absorb.  These works are a record of those experiences. The other-worldly quality of the uninhabited mountains and dunes of the Skeleton Coast in Namibia or the cold peaks of Patagonia, the tactile collision

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Georgie Sharp

I live on the edge of the “Australian Outback” where the colours are bright, the horizons huge and the people larger than life.   I am a member of a community arts group that is currently celebrating its 50th birthday and, as an artist living in isolation from a city “arts scene”, I treasure the

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Gina Louthian-Stanley

Gina Louthian-Stanley is a Roanoke County, Virginia native.  You can find her working in her studio most evenings and in the wee hours of the morning.  She was born into an artistic family and was influenced by many artist and musician friends and mentors. Discovering art at an early age, Gina continued her artistic journey

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Greg Braun

Architecture: a space acknowledged by perimeters, actual or perceived.  My art is a direct extension of the architecture that defines a gallery — walls. Walls of gypsum drywall become truly inert in most architectural applications. Finished and painted, they seamlessly blend into the un-noticed spatial backdrop.  By utilizing this inert material to manipulate space for

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James Steele

First and foremost, I photograph what interests me.  I don’t photograph what doesn’t interest me.  Most of my work is black and white landscape and figure studies executed with both traditional and digital materials.  Recently I have started photographing flowers that are past prime in a studio environment. I grew up in a small farming

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Jamie Downs

Jamie Downs has been painting for over forty years.  For most of the time, her work has been a non-objective Jungian search of the collective unconscious; but 15 years ago it took an unexpected turn.  Very large close-up images of flowers became a part of the mixed media paintings, and that began a new direction

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Jaymi Zents

Artist Statement The human figure has always been the primary focus of my work.  The contradictions inherent with the body provide much of my interest.  Many of my subjects are women who are self-aware, but vulnerable at once.  The ephemeral elements of mood and thought are met by the visceral qualities and implications of flesh. 

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Jennifer Kahn Barlow

My work is intimate, bold, and focus on the sweeter things in life: confectionary.  My paintings of confectionary distill precious moments from the normal chaos of daily life.  The indulgences I render in oil on canvas, speak simultaneously to a powerful cultural trend as well as a personal challenge.  As a mother of two young

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Jo Ann Tooley

Jo Ann Tooley is a fine art photographer who specializes in black & white.  She shoots mostly with film and uses a medium format camera.  Her favorite locales for shooting are in and around Washington, DC and West Virginia. Many of Jo Ann’s images reflect isolation and solitude.  Certain scenes, especially ones she remembers from

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Joan Belmar

Artist Joan Belmar was born in Santiago, Chile in 1970.  He left Chile for Spain, at the age of 24, where he began painting professionally under the Catalan name Joan for his name John.  He came to Washington, DC four years later in 1999, and was granted permanent residency in the US, based on extraordinary

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John Bodkin

I am primarily a painter, but I tend to think of myself as just an artist. I love to paint. No, I really love to paint. It is something that just wraps its arms around me. I have been painting for more than fifty years. I have painted over a thousand paintings I think. I

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Judith Pratt

Judith Pratt is an assemblage and installation artist whose work incorporates a wide range of materials including aluminum, plasterer’s tools, roofing materials, fabric, synthetic polymer paint, graphite, paper, and rope, to name a few.  A signature feature of her work is her commitment to push beyond the traditional boundaries of painting, drawing, and sculpture.  As

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Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave

Almost all art begins with marks on paper. Some are then transformed with scissors and glue. The paper constructions from my childhood have evolved into structures that begin with abstract ink paintings. They then evolve into constructions. Each is crescendo from that initial joy of painting. All are expressions of the beauty I see everywhere. I

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Kari Minnick

My art and life are a study of contrasts: order and chaos, thick and thin, questioning and acceptance.  Using rich surfaces and layers of glass, I contrast fleshy realism with abstraction.  Immediacy and restraint, delicacy and directness; I balance bold composition and nuanced line. A maker of pictures and teller of stories, I’m soothed by

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Kelli Sincock

People often ask me what it is that I do and I always have trouble answering that question as I have never been very comfortable with committing to a personal title.  If I had to pick just one title it would likely be “explorer”. It has taken decades of massive amounts of training and work

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Kelly Walker

Kelly L. Walker paints with zeal and confidence, committing spontaneous reflections of her mood and emotions to canvas.  Walker’s abstract paintings demonstrate the techniques, textures and patterns she employs as a professional decorative painter. Utilizing a wide range of atypical materials, her works are intricately layered and her surfaces defy explanation, calling reference to landscape,

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Kyujin Lee

In the spirit of Surrealist automatism, I begin by creating spontaneous marks on paper or canvas; I often just brush over, splatter, and/or spill water-based pigments on the base. Deliberations follow, as I wait to observe and refine images, with which I compose visual narratives. The stories that result are deeply personal, yet meant to

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Laura Peery

When I look at images of my work, I see something so removed from the making process, I’m not sure what the viewer sees.  Does a love for the tactile quality of clay, a curiosity about how things come together, dismay at how quickly they come apart at the seams reveal itself?  Does a desire

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Leslie Fry

My sculptures and works on paper are inspired by basic human needs: food, shelter, clothing, love and consciousness.  I model, cast, draw and print by combining organic materials such as plants, paper, clay and fabric with plaster, concrete, rubber, metal and resin.  The intersection of the natural world and the human-made world drives my work. 

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Linda Plaisted

Linda Plaisted is an award-winning, classically-trained American painter, fine art photographer, encaustic and mixed media artist. Her art has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world.  She has also illustrated numerous book and magazine covers for major publishers and her art has been placed in private and corporate collections worldwide. You may have

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Liz Lescault

Liz Lescault is an accomplished ceramic artist known both for her vessel forms and her biomorphic sculptures.  Her lauded solo exhibition “Embers” in June of 2011 marked a transition from organic vessel forms to biomorphic sculpture. Lescault has had numerous solo and collaborative exhibitions and received numerous awards including the 2013 Maryland State Individual Artist’s

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Lorena Angulo

Lorena Angulo grew up in Mexico and the time she spent there amongst the beautiful and traditional Mexican Folk Art shows in her body of work that she loves to create. Each of Lorena’s creations seems to hold an untold secret that keeps you guessing its true meaning with each glance. Lorena started taking metalsmithing

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Lori Katz

I am intrigued by contrast, the play of dark against light, the pull of empty space against the inclination to fill it up, the placement of line and shape, the use of subtle texture, balance. Eight years ago, I began working almost exclusively in a palette of black and white in a conscious effort to

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M. Jane Johnson

Recently, I was honored to have been chosen for a 2017 solo show slot at the Art League in Alexandria, VA.  I had tried a couple of times before and was not chosen which just proves you have to keep plugging.  I felt really good about the pieces I submitted this time and the theme

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Marcie Wolf-Hubbard

I have always loved to draw.  Like most artists, I look and take in what’s around me.  For the past five years, I have been working in encaustic (hot wax) painting.  Painting in encaustic highlights the lines and tonal quality of my charcoal drawings of the figure and nature. I had the opportunity to travel

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Marianne Hunter

…a brief statement of the why and how. WHY Everything about my artwork is personal: how I taught myself, how I practice it and how I feel about what it encompasses.  It is driven by passionate yearning. In 1967, as I graduated high school looking forward to a life in art, I was given a

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Marie Ringwald

Marie Ringwald’s sculptures and works on paper are inspired by everyday, simply made buildings that are designed for working in or for holding materials, animals and products.

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Marilyn Henrion

“Windows” is Marilyn Henrion’s latest series of works.  Her focus on windows in their various permutations has metaphorical implications that are not lost on this artist.  From Renaissance paintings to cinema and cyberspace, the window has always been perceived as a mediator between spaces.  Windows are the visual bridge between inside and out.  Though transparent,

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Marla S. Rudnick

Marla S. Rudnick’s early forays into knitting and metal work fused into an exploration of knitting metals into wearable art and sculpture. She enjoys observing and thinking about how objects occupy space both internally and externally.  Her observations manifest themselves in her knitted metal work by the nature of the piece. When viewed, her jewelry

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Mary Gallagher-Stout

I wasn’t born an artist, and I never thought of myself as one.  My mother died when I was a little girl, and I was stuck with my dad and two brothers for a while.  I was angry and felt alone.  I made some terrible choices, but wouldn’t change a thing.  My son was born

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Mary Katherine Beynette

It is a privilege to be able to make paintings for a living.  Making a living.  Making to live, living to make, it has all become the same to me now.   How many people can wake up in the morning, listen to a news story, and say, “Until I change my mind, which may be

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Melissa Ichiuji

Melissa Ichiuji

I make figurative sculptures and performative “skins” that are reminiscent of dolls.  They are personifications of internal struggles that define the human condition.  I gravitate toward themes relating to feminine erotic power, repressed sexuality and violence, and the fragile nature of existence.  I use materials that contain remnants of previous life such as antique textiles,

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Michael Bauermeister

My current work explores natural textures and themes by interpreting them in carved, painted wood using techniques I have developed over the past 35 years as a woodworker. The hewn surface of wood, with its repeated tool marks, can suggest many of the patterns of the natural world. From pebbles on a beach to leaves

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Min Enghauser

I began making photographs as a child; exploring, learning and becoming aware through photography. For me, photographs, and the act of making them, are glimpses of timeless Spirits and of the pure and unbiased realities of nature. The eye of the camera, unlike eye of the viewer does not look at life subjectively, no judgment

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Morna Crites-Moore

Making Things Keeps Me Centered I love working with textiles. My favorites are those that are old, those that have already served some purpose before becoming fodder for my art. If they’re worn, torn, stained, or weary from use, that’s all the better. In my work, you’ll see fragments of precious items I’ve gathered over

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Nahid Navab

Nahid Navab is a painter, printmaker and book artist. Born and raised in Iran, she moved to the United States in 1983. She Navab received a BFA, with a major in painting, and an MFA in printmaking from George Mason University. A seasoned world traveler, she has participated in national and international workshops with masters

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Neal Schlosburg A&M2

Neal Schlosburg – Juried Artist – NS Fine Art Images Artist Statement Neal Schlosburg, photo artist: The mood of an image is a shared experience between artist and viewer. I explore energy, emotion, and sensibilities with my images and their titles. My goal is to have an expressive exchange; one soul directly to another. I

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Nick Grant Barnes

Yorkshire metalsmith Nick Grant Barnes and Diane; two brilliant teenagers, two cats & Bethany the pup have made their home & workspace in Maryland since 1995. Through teaching & creating one off commissions for customers & exhibitions, he has developed his style working with a myriad of mediums from precious metals, plastics, woods, & not

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Norma Minkowitz

“The artist who is able to draw the viewer in through the marriage of concept and technique without over- reliance on one aspect or the other performs an extraordinary magic act.”      -Kathleen Whitney, “Drawn to the Edge” For many years I have been exploring the possibilities of crocheted, interlaced sculptures stiffened into hard mesh-like

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Page Turner

My delicate sculptures are sewn and constructed entirely by hand, using heirlooms, preserved animal parts, domestic tools, and sacred objects.  My work honors the high art of domestic skills and is a reflection of femininity.  Each sculpture in my series A Stitch in Time Saves Nine is a totem of a specific woman who helped

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Paige Hirsch

I am a self-taught abstract painter and collage artist.  I have always been creative but didn’t put my talent to use until my two sons were independent.  Before that, they took up all of my spare time.  I have spent the last three years making up for that lost time.  I still work full-time, but

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Pam Rogers

Pam Rogers works with a broad array of organic materials to create fluid, abstract works on paper as well as large-scale nature based sculptures and installations.  She creates her works on paper utilizing plant and soil pigments and often making the paper as well.  Her sculptural installations are assembled from an array of vegetation in

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Patty Oblack

Early in 1954, I picked up a pencil and sat in front of the TV with Jon Gnagy’s New Television Art Book and my stack of white envelopes, ready to learn to draw, how to shade cones, cylinders and cubes, all the while hearing about the principals of perspective and other valuable information.  Jon believed

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Paul J. Stankard

Paul Joseph Stankard is an internationally acclaimed artist and pioneer in the studio glass movement. He is considered a living master in the art of the paperweight, and his work is represented in more than 60 museums around the world. Stankard was born April 7, 1943. In 1961, he enrolled in Salem County Vocational Technical Institute’s

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Rebecca Clark

I make drawings of the natural world, transient moments of grace and beauty. Inspired by plant and animal studies of the Northern Renaissance, Netherlandish devotional panel paintings, Eastern spiritual texts and nature mysticism as expressed through various forms of art, music, poetry and prose, my art acknowledges interconnectedness in nature and our loss of connection

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Ric Garcia

Ric Garcia is a Cuban-American artist working and exhibiting in the DC metro area. He is a painter and digital print maker. When asked about his work, Garcia has said, “I like to make ordinarily nice ideas into extraordinarily cool ones”. Ric’s work is inspired by the cultural mash-up of his adolescence and an exploration

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Rosetta DeBerardinis

As an artist, I apply the colored pigment onto the surface out of a necessity to transfer an internal emotion onto an external form. Color is my language. It speaks to me. I lay it down in a dance with the surface and watch it take shape and form in its own time. The objective

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Scott G. Brooks

My work, like the world and people that inhabit it, is multifaceted.  Raw, uncomfortable narratives not talked about or socially acceptable attract me.  Social, political and psychological dramas play out on canvas or paper, and in the process I learn more about myself, and search for insight into what motivated those around me. Humor is

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Sondra N. Arkin

Sondra N. Arkin is a painter and curator whose media include painting, printmaking, sculpture and assemblage.  Most of her recent work is in hot wax, shellac and ink (encaustic), with which she makes luminous surfaces, saturated with color, punctuated with texture and depth, yet so smooth that they are mistaken for glass or ceramic.  Arkin’s

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Steven Kenny

Steven Kenny was born in Peekskill, New York in 1962.  He attended the Rhode Island School of Design, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1984.  His final year of art school was spent studying independently in Rome.  This direct exposure to European art (especially the Baroque works of the Italian, Dutch and Flemish

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Susan Shalowitz

Susan Shalowitz was introduced to oil painting in 2008 when she took a workshop and began painting from her photos.  Interest quickly turned into passion, and she has been painting ever since. Susan is currently studying classical painting at the Compass Atelier where she is enrolled in her third year of a three-year Master Artist

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Tanya Davis

My watercolors are intricate and representational. Most often I am drawn to reflections and transparency – the sheen on water, for example, or the patina of vintage ornaments. I work in layers, transparent washes one upon another until I’m satisfied. Sometimes there are 35 or 40 washes in one area; the work is painstaking. I’m

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Teresa Oaxaca

“Aut inveniam viam aut faciam” “I shall either find a way or make one.” Teresa Oaxaca is an American born artist based currently in Washington D.C. She is a full time painter whose works can be seen in collections and galleries throughout the US and internationally. Her talent has been recognized and rewarded by museums

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Theresa Wells Stifel

The formally schooled and the unschooled, craft vs. art, production vs. commissioned work, all these inform Theresa Wells Stifel’s unusual mixed media mash-up art works.  Theresa was in her thirties before she gave herself “permission” to become an artist. The twenty years since have been a delightful creative road that led her in directions she

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Therese Brown

Starting down the artistic road came to me later in life and I’m constantly feeling like I’m playing catch up.  That being said, photography has become a part of my every day existence and the expression it affords me has been a tremendous tool for self-understanding and discovery. I sometimes see in the real world…the

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Tim Tate

Tim Tate is Co-Founder of the Washington Glass School and Studio.  Tim’s work is in the permanent collections of a number of museums, including the Smithsonian’s American Art Museum and the Mint Museum.  He was the subject of several articles in American Style, American Craft and Sculpture magazines, as well as the Washington Post and

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Zephren Hans Turner

My work closely revolves around my long standing love affair with science and nature.  The  concepts in my art are departures from fascination generated by scientific discovery and the time I spend outdoors. The work is purely from my point of view, I do not illustrate specific events and I can’t avoid interjecting my personal

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Zofie Lang

My assemblages explore the underlying meaning of narratives, including fairy tales, folklore and literary fiction.  I am particularly interested in stories that explore superstitions and magic, and how these play into modern beliefs and perceptions of reality.  Using photography, digital photomontage and found object assemblage, I reconstruct stories visually by extracting and organizing key elements.

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