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Featured Artists
Ed Branson, Tropical Bowl Bonfire
Glass, 10 x 25 x 14 in

"Since 1982, glass has been a constant presence in my life. Our relationship has been enhanced and explored with some of the world’s glass masters, but predominantly my knowledge of this magic material is built on day-to-day experience and practice in my studio. This path has led me to a fairly simple artistic approach; trust the glass, have fun, accept mistakes, study nature and search for beautiful forms and colors inherent in glass’ personality."  — Ed Branson
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Giuseppe Palumbo, Einstein
Bronze, 23 x 14 x 15 in

Giuseppe Palumbo's figurative bronze sculptures are textural, warm, spirited works that capture the essence of each being he portrays. Palumbo studied in Italy, Mexico, Loveland, CA, Scottsdale, AZ, and the Art Students League in Denver, CO. He maintains studios in Sausalito, CA and Eldorado Springs, CO. His work has been exhibited throughout the US and can be found in prominent collections worldwide.
David Dornan, Parade
Oil on canvas, 52 x 60 in

Remarkable things happen to commonplace objects in David Dornan's paintings. A can or jar, a flower, a paint brush, a palette as a sole subject or as elements in a complex composition take on a monumental quality through scale changes and central placement. The objects painted assume a commanding presence through his assertive paint application. Immediacy and spontaneity are achieved not only with a brush, but also through the smear of a thumb, the wipe of a rag, and the "weight and speed" of a drip.
David Adams, Angel Fell to Swan as Landscape Shifted
Pastel and acrylic on aluminum, 60 x 48 in

"I seek to create works of visual depth, texture and line to create vibrant works that capture a sense of movement and life that will remain captivating after many viewings.  In this pursuit my works result in a seeming visual paradox of complex simplicity that evokes a sense of serenity through the application of often fairly intense colors, combinations of contradictions to create rich harmonies."  — David Adams
Bruce Cody, Lone Star Twilight
Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 in

Since the early 1980s, Bruce Cody has been regarded as one of the premier painters of large urban and small town architectural motifs. His contemporary images range from high-rise towers to gas stations, motels, and theaters. After graduating from the University of Wyoming, Cody earned a Master of Fine Arts degree at Washington State University. His paintings are included in thirty public museum collections, over fifty corporate collections, and 500 private collections in the US, Europe and Japan.
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