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Chad Robert Collofello 


Acrylics on stretched canvas

36 x 48 in., 2018

Chad Robert Collofello is from Portland, Oregon and earned his BFA from Illinois State University. Inspired by life, children, and the environment, he creates images that carry a message of concern for our future. Composed of high-contrasting light and complimentary colors, the work is led by an inquiry of memory, interrelationships, and interconnectivity, acting as a self-narrative.


Hiking On The Blue Ridge Parkway

Benjamin Erlandson


12 x 18 in., 2017

Dr. Benjamin Erlandson is a skeptic, longitudinal thinker, brewer, gardener, photographer, designer, and writer. Shooting for more than thirty years and writing for nearly forty, he spends quite a bit of time switching gears between fiction, nonfiction, and photography. A lifelong learner, Ben currently resides in Glade Valley, North Carolina.


A Mothers Love

Spencer Welch


16 x 20 in., 2020

Spencer Welch has always been a creative, making and building and drawing since childhood. But it wasn’t until Spencer had a daughter that she truly viewed herself as an artist. Motherhood has opened a world of inspiration for Spencer, and it is that deep, unconditional love that keeps her going every day.



Cherisse Alcantara


Oil on linen

20 x 16 in., 2021

Cherisse Alcantara is a Filipina American visual artist based in San Francisco, California. Her paintings explore transitional spaces within reimagined architectures and landscapes. She received her MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2021 and her BA in art practice from the University of California, Berkeley in 2013.



Sabrine S. Hakam



Sabrine S. Hakam is an artist and thinker who delves into an exploration of identity, representation, and power through creative portraiture. By exploring different facets of BIPOC, postcolonial, and subaltern identities, her work challenges universals and dichotomies in order to recapture narratives of representation.


Lavender and Coffee 

Julie Bovee


Acrylic on canvas

24 x 18 in., 2020

Julie Bovee is an acrylic artist in San José, California. Alifelong love of nature inspires her multi-layered landscapes. Her art is presently located at Visual Philosophy and at KALEID Gallery in San Jose. Two of her paintings were shown in the 2020-21 "Holding the Moment" exhibition in San Jose.




Jimmy Fromage

3D Design


Jimmy Fromage is a French 3D artist based in Barcelona, Spain. His work focuses on abstract shapes, fine textures, contrasting colors, and extraordinary compositions and animations. His visualization of details leads to an intimate relationship with the final result, without breaking the law of simplicity.


San Mateo House


Julian Kucera


16 x 20 in., 2021

Julian Kucera is a self-taught Bay Area mixed-media artist, specializing in oil landscapes and portraiture. Since launching their career as avisual artist they have presented their work in three shows, and have completed upwards of twenty-five paid commissions. Outside of painting, they perform regularly with their jazz trio at venues across the Bay.


The Beginning


Kate Presley



16 x 20 in., 2021


Julian Kucera is a self-taught Bay Area mixed-media artist, specializing in oil landscapes and portraiture. Since launching their career as avisual artist they have presented their work in three shows, and have completed upwards of twenty-five paid commissions. Outside of painting, they perform regularly with their jazz trio at venues across the Bay.




Valeria Amirkhanyan

Watercolor on paper

29 x 24 cm., 2021


Valeria Amirkhanyan was born in a closed Siberian town where nuclear waste is stored. She studied landscape architecture at university. Valeria believes deepening the connection between our deeply rooted nature and the world makes people careful with nature. Valeria manages the Art Garden studio, where she teaches painting and grows more than fifty plant species.




Emel Karakozak

Digital Art

100 x 70 cm., 2021

Emel Karakozak was born in Mut, Turkey in 1975. Her adventure inphotography has resulted in many group exhibitions and awards in various national and international competitions, and she has also served as a jury member in many photography competitions. Her works have been displayed in many museums and galleries across the world.


The Bicycle

Joy Kloman

Oil paint on canvas

30 x 30 in., 2021

Joy Kloman was a tenured associate professor at University of Mississippi. She supervised graduate and undergraduate painting programs and taught drawing in London. Kloman attended an artist residency in Hungary. She was the recipient of a Mississippi Arts Commission Individual Artist State Grant. Her work was displayed in The Drawing Center in New York.


Climbing Umbrellas

AnneKarin Glass

Oil on canvas

36 x 18 in., 2009

AnneKarin Glass, daughter of creatives, has made art since childhood. She has exhibited locally, nationally, and internationally, and received numerous awards. Corporate and private collections worldwide include her work. Her art appears in books, posters, magazines and record jackets. She is a member of San Francisco Women Artists.


Facing Earth's Upheaval

Jane Zich

Acrylic on mulberry paper affixed to panel

16 x 12 in., 2021

Jane Zich's award-winning paintings are exhibited nationally and have been published in Catamaran Literary ReaderFiction FixWinter Tangerine ReviewAgave MagazineWest Marin ReviewPermafrost MagazineTrickster Literary JournalStonecrop MagazineJung Journal: Culture and Psyche, and in Touching Darkness Within, an anthology by Jeremy P. Tarcher.


Portrait of a Girl and Her Llama

Christina Davis

Acrylic and enamel on stretched canvas

16 x 20 x 2 in., 2021

Christina Davis grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia and graduated from E. C. Glass High School. When she isn't in the studio painting portraitsor teaching, she is making murals in her city. Her public art pieces are about diversity and community, and catch eyes with many colors and beauty.



Carmen Germaine

Acrylic on canvas

16 x 20 in., 2021

Carmen Germaine is a poet as well as a visual artist, and is the author of These Things I Will Take with Me(Cherry Grove), The Old Refusals(MoonPath Press), and Life Drawing, forthcoming from MoonPath Press in summer 2022. Carmen’s paintings and drawings have appeared in art exhibits and various literary journals.



Chloe Im


12 x 16 in., 2021

Chloe Im attends Rumsey Hall School in Washington, Connecticut. She is currently building an art portfolio in preparation for high school.



Lauren Rice



Lauren Rice is a half Black, biracial woman living in the Pacific Northwest. She became passionate about digital art in early 2020. Overall is part of a series she created as a way to peacefully protest the racial injustice occurring in the United States.


Waffle Love

Ronald Walker

Gouache on board

11 x 14 in., 2020

Ronald Walker is an artist and art teacher living in the Sacramento area who works in a style he calls suburban primitive. This style combines his interest in the origins and functions of art along with life in the suburbs. Ronald holds an MFA and an MA in painting. His work has been shown in fifty solo exhibits over the years.