When an artist creates from a young age, the world is your oyster for imagination. Elena Yess is one of those artists. Always in a nurtured-creative environment, she continued her passion for art through education in many mediums. When she found pottery, her dedication followed. Her focus and energy remained in the craft. She is a Master Potter and owner of Yess Pottery in New Paltz, New York. With her simple, yet detailed designs, her colors shine through. You will never tire of her masterpieces!
Visit: Yess Pottery
Medium: Stained Glass
Ronnee Peters loves glass and it shows. A trained artist with lots of creative diversity from bookends, lamps, commissions and more, …her style is ‘happy’! She shares her custom textured work with details, colors and a variety of subjects. She has contributed fabricated windows and doors for several homes and businesses. Cats inspire her and add to her ideas. View her new line of feline works. She has exhibited in the New York and New Jersey areas. Trained in Education, her knowledge and teaching skills are spot on and her inspiration continues with each person she meets.
Visit: Captured in Glass
Medium: Creative Jewelry
Happy Halloween! (who doesn’t like candy?!). In honor of ghosts and goblins, take a peek at these creative jewelry pieces for you or someone special. All are handmade by me and the inspirations that motivate me each day. Shop around or leave me a comment, always love to hear from my readers….BOO!
Visit: Colin Michael Studio
Wow! Took a trip to Maine last month and discovered Michael James Murray’s work. This is such a creative spin on photography, perspective and quite frankly a genius 360 degree approach to optics. With the use of several individual images using outdoor subjects, structures and textures these works transform into magical worlds. His tools: a tripod, high-resolution camera and recently introduced drone. He is a master of alignment, overlapping several photos that transform into seamless works of art with fine touches. Michael enjoys the process and “feels” each moment and subject matter to ensure a finished image. Well done!
Visit: Michael James Murray