Sharyn Fogel

Sharyn Fogel
Sharyn Fogel
Sharyn Fogel

Sharyn has been depicting Western North Carolina with her watercolors for over 40 years, and has no plans to slow down. Misty mountains, old barns, Queen Anne’s Lace, and waterfalls are just a few of her favorite subjects. She uses many different weights of watercolor paper, and never tires of trying new paints, brushes, and surfaces. Continue reading “Sharyn Fogel”

Mike Wurman

“My art truly is 2,200 miles in the making. When I took that first step on the Appalachian Trail in Georgia on my way to Maine, I was searching for positive self-assurance in myself and my abilities. Along the way, I discovered more about myself and the world around me than I ever anticipated. The most significant discovery, something I always felt I lacked as an artist, was passion. Once I found that, everything seemed to fall into place. With every new piece I complete, my ultimate goal is for the viewer to experience emotions as if they were on their own self-fulfilling journey.”

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Sue Hershey

Sue Hershey
Sue Hershey
Sue Hershey

I have been a photographer for over 30 years. I have worked commercially in advertising, but really enjoy the fine art side of the medium. While working full time at a marketing/advertising career, I studied photography at both New York City’s School of Visual Arts and New York University at night and learned my craft at the feet of some well known photographers. All of my images for sale are limited editions of not more than 50 each. Continue reading “Sue Hershey”

Nancy Rosenthal

Nancy Rosenthal
Nancy Rosenthal

My interest in art began with stained glass and acrylic painting.  It wasn’t until I took a wheel-throwing course that I fell in love with creating in clay.  I continued to develop my abilities for several years, working under the respected and talented sculptor, Rosalia Riera.  Nature inspires me and my love of wildlife has given me endless sources for expression in my clay work.  I let the clay tell me what it wants to become. Continue reading “Nancy Rosenthal”

Janet Leazenby

I have been intrigued with organic qualities in clay from a young age.  Trying to inject a living and dancing quality into the clay has been a goal of mine for a very long time.  I use “Slung Slabs” on collar areas of vessels, ears, or beaks on my animals.  Using “Slung Slabs” stretches and infuses pieces with a permanent sense of movement. Continue reading “Janet Leazenby”