Featured Artist
Martie Negri

Flowers accompany our rites of passage and carry deep symbolic meaning: they are collections of individual gestures, an expression multiplied, a gathering for remembrance. My designs borrow from traditional Italian millefiori, or thousand flowers, technique, yet strive for a more original style. In my work, millefiori is about multiple worlds coming together to form something intricate yet complete and serene. My art embraces the lovely and the fragile. The radiance of glass intensifies my relationship to color, more than paint and fiber ever did in my years as a painter and textile designer. In glass, I have found a material that helps me convey the vivid richness I feel as a part of my spiritual and artistic transformation after experiencing great loss. I work from living plants interpreting their colors and structure and have modified a method used to make cold bundled composite canes.

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Marco Reichert's Creative Process
1 January, 2020
This video will help you understand the creative process that Marco Reichert goes through

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Toland Sand Podcast
20 March, 2020

Toland Sand Speaks about his forty plus years in art

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Zoey Frank
4 March, 2020

Now offering internationally exhibited Zoey Frank's engaging paintings in the gallery.

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