Elizabeth Chandler

Elizabeth Chandler

Elizabeth Chandler received her B.A. from Stanford University in Art, minoring in Mathematics and Biological Sciences, and also attended the Art Center College of Design for her postgraduate work. Chandler’s work involves a complex process of layering and intertwining creating visually complex and intricate paintings.

Fernando Casas

Fernando Casas

Born in Cochabamba, Bolivia, Fernando Casas received his BA at the Colorado College before earning a PhD in Philosophy at Rice University, where he lectures on the philosophy and history of art. In 2003 he was invited as a participating artist to the Biennale Internazionale d’Arte Contemporanea di Firenze, an international exhibition of contemporary art. Through his work, Fernando Casas explores philosophical themes such as time, self and co-constitution.

Bruce Brainard

Bruce Brainard

Raised in a small farming community nestled under the Tetons in the upper Snake Valley of Southeastern Idaho, Bruce Brainard draws inspiration from the early American Landscape artist George Inness and artists associated with the Luminist movement, such as the spiritual Romanticist Caspar David Friedrich. Adding his own distinctive contemporary perspective, he creates landscapes metaphorically, using symbols and archetypes.

Stephen Daly

Stephen Daly

Stephen Daly received his BFA from San Jose State University, an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and taught at the University of Texas at Austin for more than two decades. He works in sculpture as well as ink and watercolor, often integrating both mediums into his art.

Thomas Zitzwitz

Thomas Zitzwitz

Thomas Zitzwitz, born1964, lives in Cologne. He studied painting at Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe paintings, the Accademia di belle arti in Perugia, the Universität der Künste in Berlin and received a Fulbright scholarship to attend New York University. He recently received the Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Scholarship.

Robert Rector

Robert Rector

Received a BFA and MFA from Louisiana State University. “His abstract paintings are compositionally deft, his understanding of color and their relationships, impeccable.”

“In my most recent work I strive to let my impulses and instincts become the guiding

Philip Tarlow

Philip Tarlow

Received his BA from Antioch College, New York. He spent the next years there exploring the art rich environment, meeting such artists and writers as Jack Tworkov, Hans Hoffman and Norman Mailer; then lived in Athens, Greece for 15 years where he mentored with the Greek Master Yannis Tsarouchis. Resides in Crestone, Colorado.

Muriel Kalish

Muriel Kalish

Entirely self-taught, Muriel Kalish has painted more than 40 years. Her paintings have appeared in solo exhibitions and museums throughout the country, including the Art Museum of the Americas in Washington D.C., the Galerie Brusberg in Germany and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Marie Thibeault

Marie Thibeault

Marie Thibeault received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from the University of California at Berkley. Based in Los Angeles, her paintings have been described as rich in motion, energy, and color.

Lionel Kalish

Lionel Kalish

Born in New York, NY, Lionel Kalish has been exhibiting his work nationally and internationally since 1975. Painting in the tradition of the old masters, he draws his inspiration from the gardens, waterways and villages of Italy.

Joan Steinman

Joan Steinman

Born in Beaumont, Texas, Joan Steinman received a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and an MFA from Indiana University, in addition to studies in Italy and France. She describes her paintings as “influenced by the brilliant light and color of my environment.”