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Peter Rujuwa

Peter Rujuwa
UniqueRockArt
Greenwood, IN
uniquerockart.com

Serpentine stone sculptures hand carved with files, chisels, sandpaper and polished with bees wax to bring out the colorful patina which is unique with each stone.

Derek Christensen

Derek Christensen
Chicago, IL
derekchristensenart.com

My work is made from vintage license plates which are all hand-cut using tin snips and mounted onto handmade frames and panels.

Peter Thaddeus

Peter Thaddeus
Warrenville, IL
thaddeusart.com

I apply acrylic paint to canvas freehand using a soft bristle brush, employing my blending technique which gives each piece an airbrushed look.

Nyle Gordon

Nyle Gordon
Ethel, MO
nylegordon.com

I work exclusively with oil paint on canvas and hard board, using brushes and pallet knives.

David Moskow

David Moskow
Moskow Fine Arts
Evanston, IL
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I am a printmaker using the etching technique. My primary plate size is 5×7 inches. I also have larger plates that are 8×11 inches. I sell both sizes unmounted, matted or framed.

Yuliya Wolf

Yuliya Wolf
Collaborator: Ari Wolf
Wolf Leathers
Hartford, WI
wolfleathers.com

Using oil-tanned leather from Milwaukee, WI we create one-of-a-kind products. We use hand & machine sewing, colorful stitching & zippers, and incorporate hide imperfections to create unique pieces.

Soo Chang

Soo Chang
Soo k. Chang Fineart
Woodridge, IL
schangfineart.com

Stories are collected in my head and turned it into a poetry of colors on canvas. I love the intense colors and textures achieved from the experience with acrylic paint, paint brush and pallet knife.

Venus Cramer

Venus Cramer
Jewelry By Venus
Elmhurst, IL
jewelrybyvenus.com

My primary style of creating contemporary fine art jewelry is small scale sheet fabrication. I use sterling silver, 14 kt gold, precious gemstones and found objects.

Rick Canham

Rick Canham
Of Visual Interest
Portland, OR
rickcanham.com

Medium format painterly impressions, each printed by the artist from the original negative, using traditional wet-darkroom techniques. No digital processes. Laminated glassless presentation.

Chuck Meyers

Chuck Meyers
Pigment
Chicago, IL
chuckmeyers.com

Small outdoor paintings are most often plein air. The largest paintings are done in the studio from my own source material. I use between 12 to 16 colors on the palette. I always paint, a la prima.

Peter Jablokow

Peter Jablokow
Evanston, IL
peterillustrator.com

Watercolor on 140lb or 300lb arches hot or cold press watercolor paper.

Maranda Powers

Maranda Powers
Powers Handcrafted Jewelry
Chicago, IL
powershandcrafted.com

I use traditional hand fabricating techniques like sawing, filing and soldering to create modern, sleek designs. Each piece is made by hand, by me, using sterling silver and genuine fossils and stones.

Greg Turco

Greg Turco
Jefferson, GA
turcophotography.com

This body of work begins with my photography of lines, textures, and shapes that are visually compelling. I then rearrange and reassemble the photos to create a completely original and distinct image.

Ali Hasmut

Ali Hasmut
Chicago,  IL
alihasmut.com

Oil color paintings of figures, cityscapes And portraits.

Lee Galusha

Lee Galusha
Chicago, IL
origamionly.com

Folded paper gives life and movement to my butterflies, dragonflies, peacocks, etc. A colorful 3D visual experience, which changes from different angles and lighting it gives an uplifting sensation.

Carl Vogtmann

Carl Vogtmann
Chicago, IL
figleafgraphics.com

Black and white photographs made using traditional materials and techniques. All images were shot on film with medium format equipment and printed in the darkroom by the artist.

Anita Peters

Anita Peters
Barrington, IL
fashionstones.com

My designs are art forms of wire sculpture, chainmaille and metalsmithing. Inspiration comes from the Yemenite silversmith. I combine modern trends with ancient arabesque look using mix metals.

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Tatyana Perreault

Tatyana Perreault
Tatventures Photography
Chicago, IL
tatventures.com
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As a longtime Lakeview resident, it has been my passion capturing the beauty of the ever-changing Chicago skyline through photography on canvas and other mediums. I’m always after a unique perspective!

Jason Brueck

Jason Brueck
Alter Images
Nashville, TN
alterimagesart.com

I create limited edition, fine art prints using a combination of personal and found images. They are then printed on hot-press paper stock with archival inks and a large-format printer.

Lenore Lampi

Lenore Lampi
Duluth, MN
lenorelampi.com

The mid-fire ceramics is hand built, extruded or wheel thrown. Surface treatments on the sculptural and functional work include glaze, stain and terra sigillata.

Joan Spohrer

Joan Spohrer
South Bend, IN
joanspohrerwatercolors.com

I combine light, value, and color with intangibles of memory and emotion, layering experience and purpose with each brushstroke. I paint to interpret memories in a re-imagined way.

Nancie King Mertz

Nancie King Mertz
Collaborator: Ron Mertz
ArtDeTriumph & Artful Framer Studios
Chicago, IL
nanciekingmertz.com

Much of my work is plein air in pastel or oil, inspired from Chicago and destinations around the world. As a Master Pastelist, I teach across the US and in Europe and offer pastel products and videos.

Kate Harrold

Kate Harrold
Nashville, TN
kateharrold.com

I find or photograph all elements of the image and digitally manipulate and merge them together in Photoshop. Each print is run by me in a limited edition and hand embossed, titled, signed, and numbered.

Carla Bank

Carla Bank
Carla Bank Designs
Long Grove, IL
carlabank.com

Poured acrylics forming lines and composition of geometric abstraction with the intense forms of Color Field Painting.My work is derived from my interest in architecture, color, rhythm and shapes.

Jennifer Lashbrook

Jennifer Lashbrook
Lashbrook Studios
Dallas, TX
jenniferlashbrook.com

I recycle paint chips to create pixilated artwork of familiar images. When viewed at a distance or through a cell phone, it changes from indiscernible color blocks into clear, recognizable imagery.