Artists2021-07-23T17:08:33+00:00

Stephanie Keller

Stephanie Keller
Inkling
Chicago, IL
theinklingshop.com

Inkling has thoughtfully curated a selection of printmakers that use handmade techniques. These include linoleum carving, silk screen and wood block printing.

Kelsey Merkle

Kelsey Merkle
Kelsey Merkle Fine Art & Illustration
Clarence Center, NY
kelseymerkle.com

Paint (acrylic or oil), metallic leaf, wood stain, colored pencil on wood panel with resin overlay.

Leon Ruiz

Leon Ruiz
Emerald Art Studio
Naples, FL
leonfruiz.com

Acrylic paint on canvas or board. Sketch with brush, then brush and pallet knife add layers of color as need to create a piece of art.

Dan Cuevas

Dan Cuevas
Collaborator: Trent Nelson
Associates: Jan Van Ornum, Edna Wheeler, Rommel Cuevas
Chicago, IL
printedcanvas.com

Dan is best known for his urban landscapes and still life botanicals, mixing sharp, angular lines and contrasting smooth edges in his art.

Elizabeth Kozlowski

Elizabeth Kozlowski
Lawrence, MI
insheepsroving.com

These pieces are created by felting wool or wool and silk fibers. They are either wet felted, which is a technique that uses hot soapy water to combine fibers, or a barbed needle to combine them.

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.

Sher Berman

Sher Berman
Sher Berman Designs
Deerfield, IL
Etsy Shop

Woven bead crochet jewelry combining contemporary color moods with the ancient art of lampworking. I create all my lampwork glass beads by melting Italian glass rods with a torch.

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.

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.

Abbie Ansburg

Abbie Ansburg
Elmhurst, IL
abbieansburgfineart.com

I work on canvas and wood panels prepped with acrylic gesso. I apply layers of oil paint, modified with liquid alkyd medium, with various brushes and pallet knives.

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