Sylvia Raz

Sylvia Raz

In the US since 1974, Raz left Montevideo in 1963 to live for 11 years in Jerusalem. She studied art at Betzalel Institute and UCLA. Her work evolves around the figure and human passion, striving to capture the sublime and pathetic aspects of life. Clay, stone,...
Susan Stinsmuehlen Amend

Susan Stinsmuehlen Amend

“Stinsmuehlen-Amend’s work functions like a visual soundtrack, mapping the unpredictable rhythms of thought.”       Annie Buckley review for Glass Quarterly Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend, a past board member and Honorary Life Member of the Glass Art Society (1982-86),...
Katie Van Horne

Katie Van Horne

Katie Van Horne Painter, Drawing Artist Katie Van Horne_Insight 2020 Katie Van Horne6Horses, 9/24/13, 10:05 AM, 8C, 7374×10793 (562+768), 150%, Custom, 1/40 s, R110.6, G96.9, B122.7 Katie Van Horne2 Katie Van Horne3 Katie Van Horne5VanHorne_Scan1, 11/17/11, 1:14...
Fred Whitman

Fred Whitman

Fred Whitman Sculptor As a freshman dental student I learned that I was really good at carving teeth. Upon visiting the Chicago Institute of Art, where my mom, Nancy Whitman, studied, I saw marble figures in a whole new light. If I was good at teeth, why not the eyes,...
Lucinda Yates

Lucinda Yates

In her first career, Lucinda Yates transformed herself from an aspiring high fashion costume jewelry designer to a hugely successful Artrepreneur, selling millions of pieces of unique wearable art and raising both social awareness and more than 30 million dollars for...