Linda Marie Stewart (b. 1967)

Linda Marie Stewart creates some amazing large-scale fiber works as well as drawings. The drawings are colorful and free-flowing like a lively conversation between two friends, loaded with popular cultural references and psychedelic insignia. The wall works are also brightly Read More …

Alice Sampson (b. 1942)

Alice Sampson captures — on paper or with fiber — real and imagined creatures of the sea and sky. She also makes some fabulous fabric watches. // Alice’s available work // Recent exhibition history The Fourth Dimension, organized by Marja Read More …

Erica Martinez (b. 1983)

 Although often figurative in nature, Erica Martinez’ work features a flatness of space first espoused by Picasso. Her portrait paintings sport a vibrant palette that seems to blast the image off of any intended picture plane.  // Erica’s available work Read More …

Heather Copus (b. 1969)

Gene Simmons. Paul Stanley. Ace Frehley. Eric Singer. The members of KISS appear frequently in Heather Copus’ densely layered work. As a matter of fact, Heather herself is an encyclopedia of facts and trivial about the band.  // Heather’s available Read More …

Deatra Colbert (b. 1964)

 Is there a bigger professional wrestling fan in the world than Deatra Colbert? Probably not. Though Luis Estrada loves wrestling, too. Deatra shows her fandom of sports entertainment primarily on paper, though she works across numerous media. Her drawings obsessively Read More …

Phyllis Carr (b. 1971)

 Phyllis Carr can really work watercolor and inks into a fiery blaze. And, the thing is, when you look at her work, it’s hard for your eyes to stay in one place. There is so much movement in Phyllis’ work Read More …

Barbara Arbogast (b. 1949)

If you like color, you’ll like the work of Barbara Arbogast. Before completing her pieces — whether ceramic plates or elaborately constructed clothing — Barbara seems to painstakingly soak her work in technicolor. She does not live in a black Read More …

Sylvia Fragoso (b. 1962)

The ceramics and drawings of Sylvia Fragoso exude a vitality, sincerity and reverence that reflect the deep care that went into their creation, and the many years that the artist has single-mindedly dedicated to her craft. Sylvia started making art Read More …

Susan Wise (b. 1949)

After being institutionalized for a large part of her youth, Susan Wise became interested in crafts in a vocational training program. For more than two decades, Wise has explored and mastered numerous craft forms – quilts, embroidery and ceramics. But Read More …