Deb Baker

FUSED GLASS: My life has been filled with adventures in a wide variety of artistic mediums from cooking, sewing, knitting, weaving, ceramics, crafts, to painting…

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Sandee Black

Jewelry Nature, especially the ocean, is the inspiration for most of my jewelry creations. Moving across the country fifteen times before I was twenty-one taught…

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Lisa Covert

FIBER ART, DYING and BOOKBINDING: Lisa Covert creates fiber paintings, handmade books, hand-dyed scarves and installations. She currently works with shibori and ice and indigo dyeing techniques…

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Lori Cusick

OIL PAINTING: For Lori, art is a sensory experience. As often as possible, she paints en plein air, meaning she conceives and creates her oil paintings outdoors…

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Barbara Hollis

JEWELRY and LETTERPRESS: Growing up in New York, I was surrounded by the most wonderful art in the world. Whether it was attending a Broadway play, going to the ballet…

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Nathan Jones

PENCIL, OIL and WATERCOLOR: As an artist, Nathan Jones has been widely recognized for an outstanding degree of excellence in his work. He recently was selected as one of the finalists…

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Sarah Majors

Felting & fabrics Sarah Majors, born and raised in Dallas. I have always been passionate about art. From welding to leather, weaving to felting –…

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Margaret Mall

CALLIGRAPHY and WATERCOLOR: Always having a bent toward creativity, in the 80s, Margaret crafted original needlepoint designs which earned awards at the State Fair of Texas…

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Linda Ortman

Oil and Acrylic Painting Linda Fleming Ortman is an abstract and figurative painter, who lives and works in Dallas, Texas. Her personal style, loose contemporary,…

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Carolyn Rekerdres

PAINTING: Carolyn grew up in the Red River valley on a dairy farm bisected by a creek bed that would occasionally go wild. She went far afield to find the roses, wildflowers, and sandstone…

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Ted Rekerdres

WOOD TURNING: Ted has been working in wood for as long as he can remember. Woodturning, in contrast to many arts, is essentially a subtractive process. We carefully turn away…

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Jack Schecter

METAL SCULPTURE: There is a common theme to appreciating art. You must SEE art. Whatever the medium, or however, it is presented, we each gravitate to art that “moves us”…

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Judy Schecter

FUSED GLASS: Always having a desire to share her creative side, Judy has enjoyed writing, mosaics, painting, and now glass. Working with glass became addictive. After 5 years…

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Jayne Sparrer

JEWELRY: The love of my life proved to be metalsmithing and the creation of pieces of jewelry, using semi precious stones, sea glass and dichroic glass. The sea glass, I collect myself…

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Martha Vaughan

JEWELRY and CERAMICS: To me, it’s all about organic forms and color. I love flowing, organic shapes paired with natural stones and vivid colors: that’s where my design ideas begin…

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Liz Wiley

PAINTING: My style is loose and free with graphic elements and playful layers of paint, to capture the gracefulness, energy and the communication between horse and rider. I simplify…

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Sally Wilkins

HAND DYED and PAINTED SILK: I love the creative process. Art has been a way for me to connect with the intuitive part of myself and with practice I’ve come to trust that intuitive voice…

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