Using mainly gold filled and sterling silver metals Kiera bends, cuts, solders, and hammers the materials into simple, geometric shapes. She likes to experiment with mixing metals and adding semi-precious stones.
Paper photograph is mounted to aluminum with a non glare UV protective finish. Images are taken with large format film and medium format digital. Extreme clarity and detail as if you’re there in person.
Brian paints with oils in layers, starting with a toned underpainting and building up to glazed layers. Background elements are painted with a softer emphasis, foreground items contain more texture/lines.
Roy creates muses, with them he intends to capture the beauty and thoughts in women through conceptual lines and rich colors enhanced with various forms of texture using oil, acrylic, charcoal in paper and canvas.
Valerie creates abstract acrylic paintings on stretched canvas by using brushes, palette knives, masonry tools, stencils, scrapers, pipettes and splatters to create intriguing textures, shapes and effects.
Kellie’s art uses a variety of mediums some of which include acrylics, papers, with oil and cold wax or encaustic medium. She sometimes limits her palette but does not preplan her art. Kellie paints the energy she feels.