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Leah Adams
Leah Adams is a fiber artist, who creates pieces both functional and whimsical from handmade wool felt.
Rosemary Sylvanus Antel Rosemary Sylvanus Antel. Rosemary Sylvanus Antel
Roaming mountains resulted in the current series of landscape paintings. Working in oil and water media, Antel records her experience of the world

Denise Brunberg
Denise Brunberg works in silver, copper and semi precious stones. Her current palette is dictated by the natural tones along the Northwest shorelines.
Marcia Douglas
Marcia Douglas expresses her love of paper and ink in monoprints and Solarplate etchings that combine multiple media and techniques to produce layered imagery.

Stephen Gilbert
Stephen Gilbert studied Painting and Graphic design at Bethel University, St. Paul, MN, Cornish and SPU. He works in acrylic on canvas and paper, and studies the juxtaposition of space, color and mystical traditions

.John Gleason

John Gleason
earned an MA in Glassblowing and Metals from Central Washington State University, and a Certificate in Multimedia from North Seattle Community College.

Nancy Hammer
Human emotion is Nancy Hammer's focus in painting.  She received a NAIUSI Rome Fellowship and a Residency at the George Rickey Foundation in NY.  For the past 9 years she lived and painted in Paris.
Dionne Haroutunian
Dionne Haroutunian is the recipient of several grants and awards, including the Neddy Award. Her work is represented at Art Expressions Gallery in San Diego, and has been shown nationally as well as in Switzerland, China, Nigeria, and Mexico.
Dionne Haroutunian
Donald Immerwahr
uses light and shadow to convey a sense of mood and depth in his paintings.  He has studied at the Gage Academy and the Fechin Institute. 
Donald Immerwahr Lisa Snow Lady
Lisa Snow Lady
has a BA and a BFA from the UW. She captures beauty found in ordinary places. Her work is at Swedish Medical Center and Evergreen Hospital. Wineries have featured her artwork on their artist series labels.
Erika Laureano

Erika Laureano
Erika's current work--necklaces, earrings, statement cuffs and rings--are focused on texture and color. Small captured items are sealed with resin in her Patina Resin Collection.

Joan Stuart Ross
studied at Yale, and earned MA and MFA degrees from the University of Iowa. She won SAM’s Betty Bowen Award, a NIAUSI Rome Fellowship, and has had residencies in Paris and Norway.
Joan Stuart Ross
Stephanie Tomczac Selle
Stephanie's jewelry is based on compositions found in nature and rendered in a vibrant palette from the sea. She finds inspiration hiking and exploring the Sound at low tide. Stephanie received her BFA from UArts, Philadelphia and teaches jewelry and enameling at NSCC.
  Phil Stoiber
Phil Stoiber focuses on paper lithography and chine-collé techniques. His prints reflect life-long concerns with the environment, human interaction with land and water, and cartography.
Kathryn “Kappy” Trigg Kathryn “Kappy” Trigg
Kappy explores surface, color and space through painting and monotype. A graduate of the UW School of Art, she has exhibited in many NW shows. Kappy has been teaching Monotype workshops for 15 years.
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