Describing her work, Alex Gregory says “I think my art has a unique style- not quite realistic, but playful and symbolic. I paint a lot of animals and plant life and try to capture the essence/ spirit of the subject through precision geometry, symmetry, and storytelling. “Read More
Dark humor, saturated colors and originality - those are just a few aspects of Anna Pottier-Hickman’s art, which she creates at Anna Pottier Studio.Read More
Joni is the creator/owner of a unique Utah-based business called Boho Chic Skulls. She takes dead animal skulls that she acquires from livestock dealers, pawn shops, slaughter houses, hunters, and from people selling their trophy skulls online, and then she carves them, transforming the skulls into intricate and delicate-looking pieces of art.Read More
“I became a physician to care for others, but creating art cares for my soul,” says doctor/artist Emily Cook. With credentials that include BYU Art Major, GIA Jeweler, Doctor of Osteopathy Family Medicine and American Certified Obesity Medicine, Emily Cook is well-suited to caring for others.
Beauty and function. Those are two words I would use to describe Dana Worley’s fused glass artwork. Although she creates non-functional pieces as well, as a cook, I appreciate the functionality of Dana’s sushi plates, bowls and other vessels made for kitchen and dining use. As someone who appreciates beauty, I love that the art she makes is also drop-dead gorgeous. And, they are typically one-of-a-kind. Worley says she doesn’t do “production” work and doesn’t often duplicated pieces.Read More