"Untitled" (acrylic on canvas)
Leslie Archer is an abstract artist working and living in Washington, D.C. Her love of nature is the impetus for the fluidity, motion and layering found in her work.
"Unseasoned" (acrylic on canvas)
Adele Moore Yonchak holds a BA in Studio Art from Hollins University with additional coursework from Lorenzo de' Medici Art Institute in Italy. Adele enjoys keeping her subject matter familiar but with a unique point of view. Her goal is to produce work that feels at home but in an unexpected way. Adele is attracted to abstracted landscapes and simple scenes illustrated in unique ways and works and lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Mary Cash Joska
Mary Cash Joska was born in Connecticut in 1971. The artist frequented the museums of New England in her youth and later attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. After schooling, Joska had the privilege of seeing many of the great collections of Europe during her career as an international model and while touring with her first husband, John Carter Cash. Mary Cash Joska creates abstract paintings marked by a keen interest in color, line, and texture. Many of her works are evocative of Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting. She is now based in Nashville, Tennessee.
"Paintings I Wrote on in 2009 No.4 & No.5" (egg tempera and graphite on canvas)
Dorothy Goode’s exuberant gestural abstractions are made in egg tempera on panel, an ancient method of painting she employs with a contemporary twist. An avid traveler, she is based out of Portland, Oregon, where access to expansive landscape is ever present. She earned her BFA from Northern Arizona University in 1990.
"The Bold" and "The Beautiful" (acrylic on canvas)
Carrie Pittman works with oil, acrylic, water color, and paper mache. Carrie Pittman Art works regionally with fine retailers, design professionals, businesses and individuals who would like original art in their spaces. Carrie’s art has been featured in Better Home & Gardens, Trouve magazine, Birmingham Home & Garden, The Christopher Show House, West Elm, the Grand Bohemian Hotel, and Fixit & Finish It.
"Lilliputian" Series (pit-fired clay)
Moorhead’s work ranges from small clay figures to large bronzes. He began his career as a potter, and still loves clay. In 1993 he started Southside Gallery in Oxford and has twice received Mississippi Arts Commission grants.
"Farm Village in Spain" (oil on canvas)
Henry is a native Georgian from Union Point who attended Young Harris College and Huntingdon College on basketball scholarships. Henry works primarily in landscape. His mediums include oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, and pencil.
"Artodyssey" (mixed media)
Nashville-based Daneil Lai sculpts and repurposes discarded books. Daniel, of Chinese descent, was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He moved to the U.S. in 2000. He has a BA in Linguistics (2003) and an MA in Art Studies/Art History (2006) from Montclair State University.
"Relic" (acrylic on board)
Ed Nash was born in Letchworth Garden City, England, in 1976. At age 13, Ed was awarded an Art scholarship to Bedford School, England, which accelerated his passion for art. He then went on to study Fine Art and Psychology at Reading University, England, where he graduated with a First Class Honors Degree. He currently lives in Nashville, TN, where he is an Art Dealer, Appraiser and Artist.
"As Evening Approaches" (encaustic)
Mary is a California native with deep Southern roots. Mary Farmer's abstract encaustic paintings are most influenced by natural shapes and sights inspired by her surroundings in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville.
Linda James received a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Auburn University including advanced studies with Wolf Kahn, Marc Chatov, and Albert Handell among others. James has shown at the Cahoon Massachusetts Museum of Art with her Exhibition of Angels in American Art. She received a gold medal at the NY Art Directors' Show and has work in both public and private collections in the U.S., Belgium and France. She writes a Bible verse on the back of each of her pieces.
“Creating art opens up the world around you. It is finding the truth in what you see, it's putting pieces together that make sense, it's exploring.”
Sabine Maes is self-taught, Belgium-born artist who has garnered international attention for her works in Belgium, Spain, France, USA, and beyond.