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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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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Angela Howell

CERAMICS: Angela Howell received her B.F.A. in painting at Texas Tech, and did further graduate studies in both painting and art history at the University of Texas in Austin. She has taught…

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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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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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Tricia Monfrey

JEWELRY, BOOK ARTS and BOOKBINDING: When I was eleven years old I took a world globe I received as a Christmas gift, and not seeing a ready use for it, improved it with my own expression…

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Shelly Phillips

SILK SCARVES: A self proclaimed DYI girl turned artist, Selly has worked with textiles, creating pillows, bedspreads and upholstered furniture for years. She started dying and painting silk…

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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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Suzy Singh

PAINTING and MIXED MEDIA: A former architectural and restoration engineer and self-taught abstract artist, Suzy’s artistic path began with a passion for urban sketching and figure drawing…

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Eva Smith

ART BUTTONS: In the spirit of “just for fun,” I saw some very simple buttons and thought, hmmmm, I could embellish these! Before I knew it, a few hundred had been created…

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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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Ronald Stever

OIL, ACRYLIC, EGG TEMPERA and WATERCOLOR: RC Stever loves to paint the natural world and the old structures created by man, using the language of art to tell his stories…

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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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Gary Vaughan

WOODWORKING: Gary began working in wood as a teenager, terrifying his parents by exploring how much he could shape and alter wood on his father’s Shopsmith. Continuing to…

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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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