TOBY DAVIS | Contemporary Cityscapes

TOBY DAVIS | Contemporary Cityscapes He’s the one to watch! Toby Davis is a BSU grad that has been painting full time for the past 2 years and people are taking notice.  He’s recently been recognized as one of the 6 artists to watch by Southwest Art Magazine. That’s huge! Typically, you find talent like [...]

Olander Earthworks

Olander Earthworks is centered around the idea of play and interactivity. We specialize in small cast cement sculpture and carry four distinct product lines including sand spheres, expressive wall-hanging faces, quirky table top heads and a line of wall-hanging animal heads. Our entire sculptural line is created, hand-cast and finished in Portland, OR. We utilize [...]

Suzanne Lee Chetwood

Suzanne Chetwood Suzanne Chetwood’s newest collection "Un Petit Vacances" (a tiny vacation) is work inspired by her recent trip to France. Opening reception Thursday February 25, from 5:00pm - 8:00pm ABOUT SUZANNE | Art is my first language. I remember observing the colors in a sunset before learning how to read.  This passion for color [...]

MARIANNE SOLBERG | Ringleik

RINGLEIK is a centuries old Scandinavian tradition where children dance in a circle. This tradition is still very much used today and is a large part of my childhood memories in Norway. "Dancing in Circles" is my inspiration for this series of free blown glass work. To create the dancing pattern of circles, I use [...]

TRICIA MAY | Contemporary Fine Art Painting

Tricia May was born in New Jersey and raised in Southern California. She attended Orange Coast College and California State College in Fullerton. There her artistic abilities emerged. Watercolor was Tricia’s first medium of choice, painting children's portraits while raising her own family. These paintings were light filled and joyful. Trips throughout the Northwest, Hawaii [...]

Rob Hart | Adventure Photography

Rob Hart In the fall of 2007 I was in Nepal, trekking to Everest and then over to Gokyo. While hiking around the catacombs of Namche, a village at roughly 11,000 feet, you eventually have no choice but to ascend a great irregular staircase that rises up hundreds of feet through the hillside town – [...]