Bruce Marion finds joy in exploration and variety. Over the course of his multi-decade career as a professional artist, he’s been an illustrator for everything from children’s games to corporate logos, an abstract artist, a landscape artist, and now a teacher.
Seth Fairweather is equal parts artist and solutionist. In fact, he’s crafted his occupation around solving puzzles. But these are no ordinary puzzles. Instead of the typical jigsaw-cut cardboard, Seth uses materials that are far more challenging: glass and metal.
“I think the biggest compliment an artist can get is to see people walk up to your art and be moved.” And for oil artist Becky Pashia, movement is the ultimate goal. She aims to achieve movement in each of her pieces, but more importantly, if she can move a viewer to feel something, she […]
“This is not a dress rehearsal. This is your one and only chance.” Those words are what urged Priscilla Nelson to pursue art as a career. Before that, she was on the path to medical school, majoring in biology. Though she loved art and seemed to have a natural inclination for it, as a profession, […]
Some people are lucky enough to know at a very early age what they will be when they grow up. Even fewer are lucky enough to actually be that thing when they do in fact grow up. Artist Parker McDonald had both.
For Loren Yagoda, there is inspiration to be discovered in nearly all things visual. From fashion to well-designed interiors to automobiles that embellish the pages of magazines, visuals fuel her creativity and feed her soul.
There is a reciprocal relationship between humans and color. Sometimes it shapes us––influencing mood, emotion and behavior. And sometimes we shape it––attaching meaning, symbolism, prestige and significance to certain colors.
Lisa Skyhorse may not have always known she would be a professional saddlemaker, but she knew from an early age that she was drawn to horses, artistry and leather. And in college, these three interests finally converged.
Spend any amount of time with Ted Nuttall and it’s easy to see he is an artist at heart. He exudes nearly every character trait of a great artist––empathy, creativity, and a love for observation and connection.
Throughout college, metal embossing was simply a favorite pastime for Veronica Sandoval. It was during that time she introduced Gabriel (her now husband) to this ancient art form and he, too, fell in love with the craft…