James earned his BFA in painting at Kutztown University, PA. He now resides in Reading, Pennsylvania. His work reflects inspiration from his local environment and community; finding beauty in what is often overlooked.
Justin is from Lancaster and graduated from the PA Academy of Fine Arts. He works in both oil and metal point.
Lee lives and works in Lancaster, PA. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in illustration. Lee enjoys exploring mixed media by incorporating the use of maps, hand written words, and book pages in her artwork.
Katheryn received her BFA from Brigham Young University, UT in 1993. Katheryn's work balance color and light to create peaceful environments; a quiet visual escape. She refers to her enclosed intimate spaces as "nature's cathedral".
The late Pablo Picasso once said, "Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." Art for Pat has been a process and a journey. It has enriched her life by being aware of the visual and emotional responses of the world around her.
Eric Diehl is a natvie of Lancaster, PA. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. and received his BFA in painting at the Pratt Institute. His oil paintings are inspired by the human body and its frailty within a vast world of violent industry and expansive nature.
Carol resides in Kennett Square, PA. She received her BFA in painting from the University of Delaware in 1985. Carol is known for her expressionistic landscapes and her works are represented in many public and private collections.
Kevin teaches painting and drawing at Berea College in central Kentucky. He earned his MFA from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. He is best known for his still life paintings, which he refers to as "interior landscapes".
Barbara earned her BFA from Plymouth State College, NH. and completed an MFA from Bard College in 1989. Color, texture, the written word and combinations of medium are the basis of her abstract interpretations.
Elizabeth's paintings are an expression of life filtered through the spirit of one human being. Her feelings about the excitement of living are visually translated via interactions with friends and family, moments in nature, and ideas from books or current events.
Karin grew up in Lancaster, PA and now lives in Charleston, SC. Her interest in amish quilts led her to study Fiber Art at the Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore. Her mixed media collage paintings are deep in color and texture.
Robert's paintings show three distinct worlds of reflected surfaces as they simultaneously act and collide. Born in Philadelphia, he now resides in Phoenixville, PA. Robert received his BFA from Millersville, PA and his MFA in painting at the University of Arts in Philadelphia (2011).
Scott currently teaches art in Lancaster, PA. He received a M.A.Ed at Millersville University, PA and a MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Art. Scott's work often deals with nostalgia, ideology, and interpretations of vintage images.
Ann is a Lancaster, PA watercolor artist and is primarily known for her urban structural "post-precisionist" paintings and up-close floral studies. She is a signature member of both the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Watercolor Societies.
Paul teaches art at Penn State Harrisburg Campus in Middletown, PA. He received a BFA from Millersville University and a MFA from Brooklyn College, NY (2004). His passion for the environment is reflected in his oil landscapes.
The Giunta is a local artist becoming known for his Hyper-Realism with his Charcoal Drawings. He equally defines himself by his work in Photography.
Susan paints and travels to embrace what is different from her own. Her art celebrates the variety of metaphoric and ethnic expression with respect to the universal symbols, which underlie and connect us all. She paints the remembered sensation.
Casey paints in oils on panel. Her paintings are raw and visceral, focusing on tensions created by boundaries between the land and sky, or an object and its surroundings.
Gail is a self-taught Mosaic Artist from Lewisburg, PA. Her love for creating with found objects transforms hand cut pieces of glass and ceramic into vibrant and beautfiul mosaics.
Carlysle has been creating unique monoprints for over 25 years. He developed his distinctive technique while attending Virginia Commonwealth University. Using handheld brayers each image is as individual as a painting.