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Lisa Krannichfeld, (Little Rock, AR) has an interesting cultural background of a Chinese family living in the American South. Her experiences growing up in these two intermixing cultures and their traditions have greatly influenced her work. She focuses on women in her paintings creating expressive portraits that refute the traditional portrayal of women.
Dr David Michael originally apprenticed as cabinet maker and then an instrument maker (Luthier) under George Gilmore as the celebrated student of Andre’ Segovia. Since 1982 David has made various instruments and is K-12 teacher certified in music, theatre and technology. He has performed in music theatre and has composed many songs for the harp.
Doug Stowe (Eureka Springs, AR) is the author of 10 books and over 75 articles on woodworking publications, including Fine Woodworking, Woodwork and American Woodworker. Doug has spent 40 years as a professional woodworker and is one of the founders of the Eureka Springs School of the Arts. In 2009, Doug was named an Arkansas Living Treasure by the Arkansas Department of Heritage.
John Bozeman, from (Mena, AR) has been a fabricator of gold and silver since 1974 and a stone cutter since 1981. He is also a luthier specializing in mountain dulcimers and works in astrophotography.
Carrie (Bella Vista AR) is a certified Creatively Fit Coach who is passionate about two things, her kids and her art. Her sterling silver jewelry has won local awards and can be purchased at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
Barbara Robinson( Eureka Springs) is from Minnesota but moved to Eureka Springs in 1998. She is part owner of Eureka Fine Art Gallery which is in it’s fourth year of business and also represented by 85 Spring St. Gallery in Eureka. She has had several solo exhibits, group exhibits, and honored with many awards.
Grace Hilliard Koshinsky
Grace is a metalsmith and sculptor who primarily works in steel. She earned her Masters of Fine Art (MFA) with a concentration in metalsmithing from UMASS Dartmouth. Grace’s work explores the intersection between the fields of art and child welfare.
Lisa Beth Robinson
Lisa Beth (Greenville, North Carolina) is the proprietor of Somnambulist Tango Press where she makes artists books, broadsides, fine art, curates exhibitions and is an assistant professor at East Carolina University.
Eloa Jane Periera
Eloa Jane (Fayetteville, AR) a Brazilian architect started her paper art production in 2005 when she was overwhelmed by the amount of paper deposited in her mailbox, she decided to incorporate the paper into paintings. Her artwork is recognized and awarded in New York and Virginia.