James Sorenson

James Sorenson

Jazz’s most recent paintings and drawings are populated with phantasmagorical characters.  At first glance, they look like monsters but upon deeper contemplation, one starts to realize that perhaps, they are the good kind.
Benjamin Simendinger

Benjamin Simendinger

Ben is fascinated by current events; daily enlightening others on the latest calamity, catastrophe or episode.  As a visually impaired artist, it is perhaps consistent with his love of communication that his artwork appears almost a language of sorts.  While color is...
Jennnifer Schafer

Jennnifer Schafer

Jennifer loves to make paintings and drawings about nature.  In particular, she finds inspiration in animals.  Her most recent watercolor paintings depict birds and dolphins.  Jennifer’s paintings evoke feelings of lost childhood memories, yearning to be...
The Story of Emma Phillips

The Story of Emma Phillips

Emma’s flat use of paint has a connection to pop art—in particular, Andy Warhol and Takashi Murakami.  She draws her inspiration from pop culture; predominantly Disney characters and Japanese anime.  Emma uses appropriation as a vehicle to create her own logic and...
Donald Perry

Donald Perry

Donald is a keen observer of the world around him.  He easily renders his source imagery in exact detail.  He often uses a pointillist treatment when creating his landscapes.  His other love is creating figurative work based on a sort of fantasy depiction of people he...
Jeremiah Pena

Jeremiah Pena

Jeremy deftly renders a whole host of monsters drawn from his imagination, inspired by comic book heroes and horror film characters.  He has a particular affinity for reptilian characters.  He loves to create hybrid characters that frighten and delight.  He is equally...