Listing Category: Artists


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Wendra-Lynne has been a member of The Motion Picture Industry Art Directors Guild for over a decade. Her work has taken her throughout the U.S. and Europe, as well as Canada, Fiji, South America and South Africa. Website:


UMO began their creative collaboration in 1987. The company is committed to an Ensemble of performers who create and compose their own productions. The Ensemble’s creative process is rooted in physical theatre. Improvisations in movement, character, vocalizing, and writing are … Continue reading

Stephen Winch

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Shotridge Studios

For over 20 years, Israel Shotridge has been creating traditional and contemporary Tlingit art for public, corporate and private art collectors. You will view many traditional and contemporary Tlingit-style totem poles, ceremonial masks, bentwood boxes, bulge bowls, canoes, relief panels, … Continue reading

Shellback Design LLC

Artists Statements: I’ve been working on a new series titled “Tendering Balance” which was inspired by the multiple meanings of the word tender. A tender is a small boat that tends to the needs of a larger boat. To tender … Continue reading

Rebeca Schumacher

I am currently/always obsessed with creating Goddess images. The female form, the human female form, has got to be, in my humble opinion, the most beautiful creation, along with horses, wings (winged things). I never tire of looking at female … Continue reading

Pam Ingalls

Ingalls’ education in art began early. She first studied with her father, Richard Ingalls, who created the Art Department at Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. She continued at the Accademia Delle Belle Arte in Florence, Italy in 1977, then returned … Continue reading

Noella Emmons

I was born in Santa Cruz CA in the midst of a scorching heat wave on October 2nd 1980, then raised from the age of three on Vashon Island. Some of my first works of art can be found beneath … Continue reading

Michelle Bates

Michelle has been a passionate photographer since she was young, and learned her way around a camera in 1991 at the Maine Photographic Workshops, where she first discovered the Holga. Since then, Michelle has shown work in solo exhibitions in … Continue reading

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