Giorgio Casoni (Watercolors)
http://www.giorgiocasoni.flazio.com
Giorgio is an Italian master watercolor artist.

Eva Ruiz (Painting)
http://evaruizart.com

My work is focused on love and change, I choose to see the beauty around me, we need to acknowledge it and share it, change doesn’t happen by it self, we must bring it.

Stephanie Vignaux (Pastels)
www.stephanie-vignaux.com

Kelly William Church (Ceramics)
http://www.etsy.com/shop/kellychurch

I enjoy creating both function and non-functional forms. I hope that my functional pottery will help people put down their mobile devices and laptop computers and enjoy each others company. My non-functional pottery is created in the idea that people, in general, are a curious bunch that try to live rounded lives that are typically closed off at the ends. I’m very much influenced by George Orr’s philosophy how if people were made from mud, and no two people are alike, then no two pots should look the same. It’s more or less about observation.













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