Pam Sanders

Pam is a very eclectic artist. She has been creating art since highschool. It all started sewing and went on from there.
   Handsculpted dolls got her into her first gallery, which she still belongs to. Polymer clay is her medium of choice. it gives her free reign over her creations.

   Pam has brought back her mixed media paintings. She has been painting up a storm in the last few weeks.
   She doesn't see herself as an artist, but an artisan. "I use  every craft  and fine art trick in the book to get results" she says. Being  a MAKER is what she is.
   Jewelry has been a passion for at last 20 years. She creates mini sculptures for the wearer. She makes everything form the focal bead to the closure.
E-mail paperpam@comcast.net
Websites: www.urbanartefacts.org


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Jerry King

   My wife complains that I take hundreds of photos on family vacations...but where are the kids?! She looks through a camera and sees people, yet when I look through the same lens, my eye is drawn to light, reflection and the ethereal. I'm fascinated by how differently everyone sees the world.

  My multi-media work displays what I see when I close my eyes, as well as what I see when my eyes are wide open. Pieces may spring spontaneously to mind, or may be inspired by nature, stories or a conversation. Drawing from my experience in design, photography, paper sculpture and encaustic painting, the textures and colors emerge from combinations of print, wax, paint, my own photos and found objects.

   My hope is that in showing you what I see, you will take a moment to see things differently. And in stopping to look, you will be blessed by the extravagant beauty all around and within us.
I'm a local artist living in Kingston, Washington, where my creative juices are fueled by lush green, wind and water.

Custom orders are welcome: jkstudio3@earthlink.net.


Rick Prime

   A northwest native and lifetime artist specializing in detailed pen and ink, ink and water color wash, colored pencil, and graphite images. Subject matter ranges from vintage motorcycles, bicycles, and automobiles to early architecture, wildlife, unique event flyer/poster art, and surrealistic visualizations.