Alice has exhibited her work in New England, the Mid West and South West. After a forty-fiveyear career in nursing, she continues to paint almost every day.
Andrea’s work has been on display at local art fairs and at the Holland Center’s Sage Market in Scottsdale.
Candice Diaz is an Arizona native graduating from Arizona State University.
Diane’s versatility is apparent in her contemporary abstracts and traditional, and almost nostalgic, renderings of myriad subjects.
Dyanne's artwork is on the abstract side with recognizable subjects created with imagination and structure.
Ellen has exhibited her work in major shows throughout the U.S., including Watercolor USA.
Jane has participated in and won awards for her work in many local, state, and national exhibitions.
One of Joan's most fulfilling jobs was as the Studio Art instructor at a Massachusetts high school.
Judy is a spontaneous painter, allowing her work to evolve and change on its journey to completion.
As a member of the Arizona Watercolor Association, Contemporary Watercolorists of Arizona, and Arizona Artists Guild, Karen has participated in numerous exhibitions.
Marion enjoys painting portraits from photos as well as other subjects that inspire her.
Melanie has exhibited in San Diego, Utah, and Idaho as well as within Arizona.
In her professional life as a medical illustrator, technical illustrator, and graphic designer, Myra honed the drawing skills that would carry her through her artistic life.
Pamela has studied Experimental Chinese painting for many years and enjoys teaching spontaneous art.
Rick wants to imbue is wide bracelets with power and confidence that transfer to the wearer.
Shelley’s work is on display in Scottsdale, and in Saratoga Springs, NewYork where she and her husband spend their summers.
Over the past several years she has been experimenting with Mixed-Media, Monoprinting and Collage.
Sue teaches classes at Shemer Art Center and in her studio.