Karen Abel

Karen Abel has worked with clay for over 20 years while pursuing a career in advertising and marketing in the Puget Sound area. She holds a communication/advertising degree from the University of Washington and has taken various ceramic and glass courses at Kirkland Art Center, Pratt Art Center and Bellevue

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Anne Anderson

Since 1991, I have focused my creative energy on luminous, vibrant silk paintings of flowers and landscapes. After 26 years and 1,500 paintings sold, I decided to completely change mediums. In 2016, I expanded to oil painting and am now predominately applying my energy to this very challenging medium. Oil

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Gail Baker

Gail Baker is a professional artist who received her MA in Psychology of Creative Expression from Sophia University.  She has taught children and adults in private and public settings in Washington, California, and Alaska for over 30 years. As part of Alaska’s Art Education Consortium, she taught teachers how to

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Jacqui Beck

I create paintings using acrylics and mixed media. My artwork is colorful, personal, and expressive, and I keep in mind both the depth and whimsy of life. I often paint animal totem protectors representing the fierce strength of ourselves and those who love us. This strength, ideally, is tempered by

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Brooke Borcherding

I am a recent full time artist at the age of 30, working out of Capitol Hill, Seattle and focusing on innovation in my paintings. With a background in plein air (on site) landscape painting, I have an affinity for color and dynamic composition. I believe in universal beauty and

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Margaret Fitzgerald

Margaret Fitzgerald currently resides in Seattle with her partner, Julie.  She holds a BS in Art Education from Montana State University, Billings. She has recently returned to making art after a long career in the field of education. She is growing her art practice through participation in art classes, meeting

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Diana Grant

My paintings are informed by my background in architecture and my love of nature; I like to explore the energy between the two by creating space in my compositions, like a pregnant pause. Sometimes the pause is seemingly static while others, it is a symphony of movement. The space or

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Ekta Gupta

I am primarily a colored pencil artist, and enjoy capturing the beauty of nature in my artwork. I also love the play of light and shadow on faces, and like to utilize the simplicity of graphite to portray the complexity of wrinkles on paper. I believe that art is a

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Artist David Lutrick

David Lutrick

David is a native of Texas. He received a Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Texas before moving to Seattle in 1970 to pursue a graduate degree in air pollution engineering at the University of Washington.  He is a Professional Engineer whose career was primarily in the environmental protection

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"Autumn Foliage" Margaret Maclean

Margaret Maclean

Margaret has been messing around with clay for twenty plus years. She is originally from the West Coast of Canada, where she received her BFA, majoring in Ceramics, from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, BC. Before moving to Bellevue ten years ago, Margaret exhibited her art

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