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Featured Artists
Karen Shapiro, Caviar Tin, 2017
Raku ceramic, 12 x 12 x 4 in

 
Karen Shapiro's raku ceramic sculpture doesn't have to be studied, interpreted or understood. It is what it is. Each piece speaks to an era or a season, an event or a time when the item belonged in the life of the viewer. Karen takes “everyday” objects, frequently larger-than-life in our memories, and presents them to the collector as precious and now larger-than-life in person.
 
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Linda Herzog, 4 Steam Engines
Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 in

 
Taking inspiration from nature, Linda Herzog combines realistic marine life with the fantasy scapes of her own dreams. She often finds herself waking from particularly vivid dreams in the middle of the night to immediately begin sketching her visions.
 
 
Gartner-Blade, Austral Sculpture, Amethyst Lime
Glass, 12 x 44 x 3.5 in

 
Since 1995, Stephen Gartner and Danielle Blade have combined their individual ideas, techniques, and experiences to create original works in handblown and sculpted glass. Their inspiration is rooted in nature and begins with their mutual fascination with the use of found objects in the rituals of primitive cultures. Over the past decade Gartner-Blade has been developing a series of pieces that convey a reverence for, and an understanding of, the value of our natural resources. 
 
Michael Kuseske, Daylight
Oil on canvas, 48 x 72 in

 
After graduating from Concordia College in St. Paul, Minnesota, Michael Kuseske taught a year of high school art and soon realized that he longed to create rather than teach. Beginning with Florida landscapes and birds that fascinated him, and ultimately moving to large close ups of flowers for which he has become known, Kuseske’s oil paintings are distinctly sculptural and stylized. 
 
 
Marty Goldstein, Stretch
Bronze, 48 x 24 x 18 in

 
Marty Goldstein's main goal is to make others smile, so it was fitting that his sculptures became a part of a national movement to integrate the power of the arts with the healing process. In order to enhance patient care and help speed recovery, several medical institutions across the country are creating collections using Marty's artworks.  
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