Sarah Doremus

Small Metals

Sarah (Deer Isle, ME) creates jewelry for galleries and private clients and teaches workshops around the country including Penland, Peter’s Valley, Arrowmont, Metalwerx and Idyllwild. Her work is held in private and public collections including the Arkansas Art Center. The bulk of her time is devoted to teaching art at two rural Maine elementary schools.

Scott Kreschmer

Iron

Scott (Loveland, CO) has been in the metal working business full time since 1990. He has been leading workshops and classes and working with students on a 1 to 1 basis in his blacksmith shop for the last 12 years.

Sherri Warner Hunter

Special Media
About Sherri Warner Hunter Sherri (Bell Buckle, TN) is a full time professional artist specializing in large scale public and [...]

Spencer Meagher

Painting & Drawing

Spencer Meagher (Mt. Vernon, IL) is a plein air and studio painter whose subjects focus on our contemporary world. Spencer has won awards in many regional and national shows and he was a recently featured artist in Plein Air Magazine.

Steve Palmer

Wood

Steve Palmer is a juried member of the best of Missouri hands artisan association & currently designs and builds custom furniture.

Vic Mastis

Painting & Drawing

Vic (St. Louis, MO) a professional artist for over thirty-five years, is co-owner of Green Door Art Gallery in Webster Groves, Missouri. She founded the Gateway Pastel Artists in 1998, an affiliate of the International Association of Pastel Artists. Her work has received numerous awards and has been in museums and galleries.

Victoria Patti

Iron

Victoria (Arvada, CO) Combining the old Renaissance art of blacksmithing with today’s tools and welding technology has been Victoria’s ultimate union in making steel sculpture for the past 20 years. Her focus has been on creating public art sculptures that can be found in municipalities and parks nationally.

Wayne Summerhill

Iron

Wayne (Hot Springs, AR) has been a self-taught sculptor since 1970. His steel sculpture is often functional – tables, stools, and chairs; but he truly enjoys creating unique “people” and larger works that are inspired by music. Wayne’s work can be seen at the Hot Springs Civic and Convention Center, Hard Rock Café in Miami, and the Hot Springs Sculpture Garden. He has also been featured in “Southern Artist” and “Active Years” magazines.