My artwork is most often representational, however my intention is not to copy what I see. My greatest inspiration is nature–especially water in any form and the way it reflects light as well as absorbs shadows.read more
I’ve always enjoyed stained glass artwork in churches and homes.read more
Sandy Alves’ work is primarily the result of her love for art; it is both a challenge and an outlet, a discipline and a passion.read more
I believe that Art is neither Vocation nor Avocation, but a passion that cannot be denied. Its product should evoke emotion, intellect, and imagination, as should the world around us.read more
A painting is a dance between controlled anticipated marks and random surprises.
When the dance goes well, when pigment and water flow just right, the painting comes to life.
Each painting is a souvenir of a moment, a moment spent observing and thinking about the world that surrounds us.
I love drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, string art, mosaics, photography, using simple design editing software, jewelry making, and all kinds of random crafts!read more
Contemporary figural painter Frank Bruno creates his work in his Collegeville, Pennsylvania studio near Philadelphia.read more
Arline C. Christ is a retired teacher whose personal love and expertise is in watercolor.read more
Helena Domenic is an Associate Professor and Gallery Curator at Cheyney University of Pennsylvania.read more