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Daniel Maltzman
Acrylic on canvas
72 x 60 in

Daniel Maltzman’s paintings are contemporary and have a universal appeal.  Inspired by his pop art predecessors, the work consists of layers of paint and imagery that exude energy and life. The viewer is drawn into a world of movement and abstract mixed media juxtaposed with the feminine figure, Maltzman’s signature style.
Cynthia Miller
New Swan Nebula, 2016
Glass kiln fused onto burnished copper
34 x 54 in

Cynthia Miller studied copper enameling at the Art Institute of Chicago and completed her MFA at Northwestern University.  Pulverized glass is gently sifted on copper panels and fired multiple times to achieve her brilliant weather-tolerant wall installations.  Her work adorns commercial and residential spaces throughout the United States, Europe, and New Zealand.
Father Bill Moore
Midday and all its Mysteries, 2016
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 48 in

Father Bill Moore and his modern artwork have been publicized in the New York Times, USA Today, The Boston Globe and on ABC News. Since 2000, Father Bill’s abstract paintings have been featured in over 40 national and international art exhibitions. His abstract art is in the permanent collections of the Singleton Bliss Museum in Santa Fe, NM and the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, TX.
Thomas Scoon
Mixed media
58 x 25 x 15 in

Using cast glass and granite, sculptor Thomas Scoon focuses exclusively on the human figure, abstracting it while still emphasizing the essence of gender, gesture and other human characteristics. The layering of kiln-cast glass with stone allows light to pass through the figure, embodying the spiritual and physical essence of human nature in each sculpture.
Lyman Whitaker
Double Dancer Large
Copper and steel
84 x 25 in

As a practicing sculptor for over 40 years, Lyman Whitaker has focused the last 19 years primarily on creating his Wind Sculptures™, which are all produced by hand.  His Wind Sculptures™ are innovative and artistic with a high degree of mechanical integrity; they are well respected for their quality craftsmanship.

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