An award winning artist, Gwen has incorporated a life time of art into her jewelry. She works in Copper, leather and a touch of brass making her jewelry one of a kind, from simple wire wrap stones to more involved hand drawings etched into the metal.
Keith learned to braze and weld after he retired in 2013 and that is where his journey into Metal Art began. He uses mediums of Copper, Horseshoes, Horseshoe Nails, Sheet Metal and Black Iron Pipe.
Scroll Saw Artist
In 2004, with retirement on the horizon, I knew I needed a hobby. Drawn to the decorative art and wood a scroll saw seemed the logical fit.
A local Award Winning Jewelry Artist, Naomi works with Sterling Silver & 14 Karat Gold-Filled Wire and Gemstones to create unique one of a kind pieces of wearable art.
Juliana creates custom hand-crafted sterling silver jewelry using modern and minimalist designs that result in aesthetically attractive and fashionable pieces.
Deb Hart is a polymer clay artist who lives and works in Rhome, Texas. A native of Lake City, Minnesota, her colorful sculptures display her unique vision of Southwestern art.
Sue Jackson, a local potter, creates functional art incorporating nature in to her pieces with leaves, dragonflies, frogs and other additions.
My grandfather planted the seed of art in my life. He was a maker, joke teller, kidder, dancer, and musician. He made toys: whirligigs, noisemakers, as well as fanciful objects carved in wood.
As an artist, Cheryl has journeyed and grown through creations in multiple media over 30+ years – paintings, pottery, stained glass, and now wearable fused glass jewelry.
Artist and former art teacher, Paul Keithley, graduated from East Central University of Oklahoma with a bachelor of arts degree.
Vera Lawson was born and raised in Brasil where she learned basic Mosaic Art. Over the last 14 years she has taken many classes and has honed her skill at designing her mosaics.
Offering fine silver jewelry for adoption. The prism of vibrant colors we see in our surroundings represent seasons of life and transition, embracing the arranged order of chaos, and celebrating each unique piece that reflects a vision.
Kashmira Mistry, a local potter and ceramic artist, makes functional and sculptural pieces for the home and garden.
Ed has combined the love of travel and interest in coins to create an unconventional art form.
A local potter, Katie has been creating art out of clay for almost 20 years. She uses both thrown and slab methods. Her pottery is perfect for unique gifts, home decoration, or food.
Color, texture, and pattern inspire Sandi’s hand woven textiles. Using fine cotton, bamboo, Tencel, and silk yarns, Sandi designs and weaves beautiful scarves suitable for all seasons and all occasions.