Artist Profile: Basya Cohen

I want my artwork to appeal to adults as well as children to encourage reading aloud together.

Artist Profile: Preston Craig

The teddy bear would draw people in to look at the image and get them to ponder the deeper meaning behind the image; perhaps inspiring them to help create positive social change.

Artist Profile: Jill Schiller

Being a vendor at art festivals is helpful because customers have the chance to tell you what kinds of products they would like.

Artist Profile: Donna McGee

The restless elemental forces of this great landscape compel me to capture its magic and celebrate its timeless beauty.

Artist Profile: Tina Rene Saunders

The therapy of art gave me the courage, strength, and focus to work through a big change in my life, call myself an artist, and share my talents with others.

Artist Profile: Susan Klinger

My work typically begins with images that grabbed my attention going through daily life.

Artist Profile: Judy Orcutt

Because of my botany background in pharmacy, this was a natural for me. Identifying the floral elements that I used to enhance the quotes, poetry, and my own writing was important to me.

Artist Profile: Sandy Feder

My own workshop has a very large glass kiln and I have access to larger equipment if the custom glass will be larger than my current capacity

Artist Profile: Dina D’Argo

At the core of my work is always a message of our spiritual connection to nature and appreciation of the many living things with which we share the Earth.

Artist Profile: Ruth Porter

Artist Ruth Porter turned a hobby into an art business with theme-inspired images. We spoke to her about her work and how she grew her sales. ABI: How did you get started making “memory mosaics”? RP: It all started when I attempted to create a unique valentine’s day gift for my husband. I wanted to […]