Martin Honisch

Martin Honisch I paint what I like. I don’t paint what I don’t like. All my paintings represent pleasant dreams, occasionally skirting the surreal, the bizarre, the enigmatic.Recently I have been indulging in nostalgic dreams of the past: tropical and European … Read More

Mel Williamson

  Mel Wiliamson When Mel Williamson paints, she does not draw or outline before she begins but rather allows the image to gradually emerge. Dark and light areas work together in an almost sculptural way to create form. Using a big brush (or palette knife) … Read More

The Art of the Fillmore

The Art of the Fillmore The Fillmore is a historic music venue made famous by concert promoter Bill Graham. In early 1966 he got a lease on the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. The first performers to grace the stage under … Read More

Thomas R. McPhee

Tom McPhee Canadian born artist Thomas McPhee is largely self-taught. He attended various art schools, but he acquired most of his art education from studying the collections in museums and galleries through out Europe. Inspired by miniature carvings, he created small-scale … Read More

Richard Menard

Richard Menard Richard Menard was born in Edmonton, Alberta on December 19th, 1963. His early artistic expressions were in two-dimensional form.  Drawn to ‘black and white’ landscape photography, Richard spent extensive time as a youth photographing the river valleys near his … Read More

Michael Hames

Michael Hames Michael Hames has produced a remarkably diverse collection of works including sculpture, illustrations, landscapes, still life, nudes and portraits in his career.  As a painter, sculptor and teacher, Michael has excelled in his artistic expression. Michael was born in … Read More