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Sully
Jeff Sully
Unbecoming One, 2012, acrylic, mixed media on canvas over shaped panel

Stacey Elko
Stacey Elko
Narrative of Imaginary Prisons, 2013, digital transfers on MDF, brass hinges, 4 x 8 x 48 in.

Jason Arkles, based in Florence, Italy, is a monumental sculptor in bronze and stone and the owner/principle instructor at the Studio della Statua atleier.
Jason Arkles
Rosaria (two views)

Dennis Church has shown in Florida, New York, Wisconsin and elsewhere and his work has been published worldwide, most recently in Prague.
Dennis Church
Farmer's market, Mount Dora, FL


Wittels,
Michael Wittels
Squishare
, melted discarded plastics on board, 12 x 12 in.



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Xavier Nuez, Alley no. 100, Ghost Story (2007, Kansas City, MO, 1:30am)
Xavier Nuez
Alley no. 100, Ghost Story


Laura Kamian McDermott has completed public art commissions in San Rafael and Martinez, California, and has been in two dozen shows, mostly in California.
Laura Kamian McDermott
Turquoise Key Skyline, 2013, hand-dyed wool weft, cotton warp, 10.5 x 13 in.

Roxa Smith
Roxa Smith
Fazenda Santa Marina, 2010, oil on canvas, 45 x 36 in.

Katherine Meyer has had solo shows at the Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA, and is scheduled for another at and Silicon Valley), and is scheduled for another at the Moris Graves Museum, Eureka CA. She has been artist-in-residence at Eastern Frontier Education Foundation, Norton Island, ME. and 7 other residencies.
Katherine Meyer
Behind the Airport

Lage
Janet Lage
TRASHED - Tell Me What You Want



Hauben Red Wolf Steve Fairfield, Patrick Marcus, Emily Taylor
    Daniel Hauben     Red Wolf  ; Steven Fairfield, Patrick Marcus, Emily Taylor


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