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Mandy Krolak

Mandy Krolak
Glazed Pottery Shop
Winfield, IL
Etsy Store

Innovative pottery for the home is what I strive for in my ceramics line. I focus on function, form, and color in all of my designs in order for me to bring joy and harmony to the user.

Jackie Cohen

Jackie Cohen
Tarzana, CA
jackiecohenjewelry.com

Ancient blown glass fragments in their enchanting colorful patina and unusual shapes set in a contemporary style in Sterling Silver as objects, ceremonial connecting to with the past.

Hiroshi Ariyama

Hiroshi Ariyama
Ariyama Studio
Chicago, IL
ariyamastudio.com

My work is hand printed, limited edition screen printed images of Chicago and its neighborhood. I use water-base acrylic inks and archival 100% cotton acid free paper for quality and longevity.

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.

Amy Smetana

Amy Smetana
Eye Candy by Amy
Downers Grove, IL
eyecandybyamy.com

I’m environmentally conscious in my supply purchases and recycle my own scrap by melting and rolling into sheet metal. I enjoy adding new gem setting, texture and metalwork techniques to my repertoire.

Kenneth Kudulis

Kenneth Kudulis
Collaborator: Jenifer Kudulis
Kudu-Lah
Chattanooga, TN
kudu-lah.com
Etsy Shop

My original characters are digitally painted on top of my original photography. Printed w/ archival ink on acid free canvas and hand sealed with archival UV varnish. Signed/Numbered in 1st edition only!

I sketch all my pieces on an iPad Pro then finish drawing and painting them in Photoshop. Printed with archival inks on archival paper. Limited first ed. of 150. Pieces come framed and ready to hang.

Jesse Rusk

Jesse Rusk
J Rusk Photography
Chicago, IL

Whether I am shooting with my Nikon D810, DJI Inspire 2, or Rolleiflex film camera, my aim is to capture and present the natural beauty of the world as it is, with minimal post-processing.

Armik Malekian

Armik Malekian
Armix Craft
Glendale, CA
armixart.com

Contemporary oil, acrylic, enamel, molding paste and more. Vivid color, bold texture, rough brush strokes and palette knife. Motion and movement.

Michael Terra

Michael Terra
Terra Cottage Ceramics
Paducah, KY
terracottageceramics.com

As a poet and sculptor I hand sculpt in both language and stoneware ceramic. All work is high fired. All the writing you see is my own original poetry, quips, and wordplay.

Ella Isaac

Ella Isaac
L.I.P.S.
lipshats.com

The raw straw is hand dyed in layers to build color,sun dried then blocked using steam, water and hand manipulation to create it’s shape. Designs are hand-sewn, reblocked and finished.

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.

Michele Friedman

Michele Friedman
Chicago, IL
micheleafriedman.com
Etsy Shop

Fabricated jewelry in sterling, 18k bi-metal and wool. I developed a technique to incorporate color, pattern & texture into my work by manipulating wool felt into shapes and treating them as stones.

Kate Tillman

Kate Tillman
Lakeville, IN
katetillmanphotography.com

One of a kind pieces made in the darkroom using my original film images, printed on hand distressed sheet steel. Images are printed with silver gelatin on steel, finished with resin on handmade frames.

Laura Junge

Laura Junge
Jackson Junge Studio
Chicago, IL
j2gallery.com

Wall mounted paintings with sculpted elements are created using vibrant paints. Both abstract and surreal backgrounds create the setting for hand sculpted elements to be interwoven into the artwork.

Christine Adele Moore

Christine Adele Moore
Bonita Springs, FL
christineadelearts.com

I use layers of paint and varnish to depict subconscious/symbolic images. My paintings are often representational but the layers express more than the meaning of the surface image.

Elizabeth Kozlowski

Elizabeth Kozlowski
Studio Giverny
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.

Andrew Arkell

Andrew Arkell
Chicago, IL
andrewarkellart.com

All paintings are on watercolor paper, with the paint applied in various ways, primarily with a brush but also via an airbrush. Reference images are used, and are photographs taken by the artist.

Brad Pogatetz

Brad Pogatetz
Batavia, IL
bradpogatetz.com

I personally print my archival color photographs in my studio and face-mount them to museum acrylic.

Eric Lee

Eric Lee
Northbrook, IL
ericlee25.com

My digital artwork is contemporary abstract surreal design with vibrant color schemes in photo manipulation techniques to deliver unique artistic effects by using Photoshop and Illustrator.

Gabby Hanley

Gabby Hanley
Collaborator: Lijah Hanley
Hanley Photography
Duluth, GA

Black and white, limited edition photographs of 25, printed and framed using archival materials.

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.

Kate Strong

Kate Strong
Strong Wear
Chicago, IL
strongwear.com

I cut and sew my hat shapes using hi-tech fabrics then manipulate and add on to the form; poking holes, sewing and stitching with ribbon and fleece. Finishing with hand formed details and earflaps.

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.

Yoram Gal

Yoram Gal
Tel Aviv, Israel
yoramgal.com

Watercolor, gouache, pen and acrylic on paper and canvas, capturing fleeting moments of dramatic, comic and lyrical interactions between people. Juicifying landscapes from realism to abstract.

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.