These five artists come from all over the United States and the world, which is reflected in their diverse and exciting art.
Elise Ansel interprets "old master" paintings through the lens of gestural abstraction. She uses paint as a vehicle for sensation or feeling, rather than as a means of illustration.
Martin Banks uses his interest in quantum physics to create visual metaphors which examine painting methods.
I was trained in pottery, both in Minnesota under Warren MacKenzie, and in England, where I was an apprentice to Geoffrey Whiting. As with pottery, in my painting and sculpture, the structure or underlining “bones” and the forces of the lines, all play an essential part. I pay special attention to the inward structure and how it influences the outwardly visible surface of the work.
Leslie Carabas explores how the effects of sympathetic vibrations-echoes act to bring contentious components into harmony.
Allan Gorman uses the abstractions he finds in manmade objects to share unique perspectives that are often overlooked.