Chris Abigt, Dawn Adams, Anna Afshar, Angela Bond, Robert Bridges, Kwang Cha Brown, Pui-lan Cockman, Derek Collins, Sarah Goodyear, Timothy Kobs, Anastasia Mak, Charlene Marsh, Ynon Mabat, Bruce Norton, James Oblack, Anne Parks, Steve Swagerle, Craig Whitten, Carrie Wild and Clinton Wood
Chris Abigt: Ottumwa, Iowa
Statement: My oil paintings represent the wonder & imagination of nature where light, color, and depth converge
Statement: Oils on canvas exploring natural water, its variety and metaphor, using multiple techniques.
Anna Afshar: Fishers, Indiana
Statement: Traditional Watercolors on paper and Canvas, sometime I translate my watercolors into Oil
Statement: I work with acrylics on canvas using painterly and hard edge techniques to create my pop art style.
Robert Bridges: Georgetown, Kentucky
Statement: l use gouache and add washes to create an aged look. I repurpose vintage frames.
Statement: My post-impressionistic, impasto oil paintings are made energetically with knife strokes on canvas.
Pui-lan Cockman: Asheboro, North Carolina
Statement: Watercolor painting use ink/bamboo brush create on watercolor paper original arts in booth display
Derek Collins: Memphis, Indiana
Statement: Original acrylic palette knife paintings on canvas, framed in black gallery floater frames
Sarah Goodyear: Fayetteville, West Virginia
Statement: Layered acrylic on canvas, unique with the heavy use of gesso in lieu of any white paint.
Statement: I use acrylic paint on hardboard glazing with multiple layers to achieve vibrant detailed paintings
Anastasia Mak: Chicago, Illinois
Statement: In my paintings, I combine acrylics with pen, applied in multiple layers to canvas or wood.
Charlene Marsh: Nashville, Indiana
Statement: Framed plein air and studio oil paintings on panels using palette knives.
Ynon Mabat: Longwood, Florida
Statement: Digital free hand paintings
Bruce Norton: Bloomington, Indiana
Statement: Detailed images of various settings all are acrylic on canvas.
James Oblack: Nashville, Indiana
Statement: Realistic paintings rendered in transparent watercolor.
Anne Parks: West Lafayette, Indiana
Statement: I use oil and a little cold wax and a palette knife to attain movement and texture in my paintings
Steve Swagerle: Madison, Wisconsin
Statement: Minimalist abstract nature, using watercolor brushwork on handmade paper, emphasizes negative space.
Carrie Wild: Indianapolis, Indiana
Statement: Original ink and watercolor paintings completed using ink stippling and watercolor on Arches paper.
Statement: Layered oil, glazes for color, shading on hard surface for clean lines. Scratched, rubbed textures.