Photographs in the colours of the original subject. Includes both film and digital.
Photographs that have been altered digitally post-processing, using Photoshop, filters, or other digital applications.
Photographs physically manipulated by the artist either in development or after developed.
Landscapes created on site or in the studio.
Art that has a little something to say.
Artwork using man-made polymer clay.
Art that showcases elements of popular culture.
Edgy, experimental art that pushes the boundaries of pop art.
Another timeless theme: depicting individuals and the human form in art.
Artwork using various materials and media to alter the way a space is experienced either conceptually or viscerally.
Both traditional and non-traditional motifs created on eggs using a traditional Ukrainian wax-resist (batik) method.
Artwork featuring upcycled objects and repurposed materials.
Art created in three dimensions using any number of materials.
Who says bigger is better? This gallery is home to all manner of small works of art, generally no larger than 10" x 10".
Art with content of religious or spiritual nature.
Victorian-inspired art with a techno twist ala Jules Verne.
Art depicting a contrived grouping of objects.
Art that is created in a manner that seems without reason. Dream-like. Often with the juxtaposition of familiar and unfamiliar.
Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Yule, and other winter-themed art.
Functional or ceremonial art that is created expressly to be worn on the body.
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