As a Gallery owner, Joseph appreciates the fine art of his friends in his gallery. As a scratchboard artist, Joseph's etchings reveal his love of the west and the characters (both human and animal) living there.
Whether it's a decorative wall hanging or a functional bracelet, Gabriel's copper art is stunningly beautiful. Hand hammered using raw materials and age-old techniques, each piece is truly a "one of a kind" masterpiece.
An Arizona native, Glenn has been producing copper reliefs of the highest caliber for decades. The copper is cut to size, then scribed, hammered, & etched on both sides. The coloration is achieved by acid patina & heat oxidation. Each sculpture is sealed with a lacquer, to prevent discoloration. Finally, the copper is mounted in a frame with glass, or mounted on a wood backing.
Bill's vibrant landscape oils reflect the beauty of the outdoors. "Any landscape worth painting is more than the obvious visual elements. The push of an evening breeze, the feel of sun baked sandstone, the scent of sagebrush or the sound of a raven suddenly overhead are examples of the many unseen elements that inform my work. I’m satisfied when a painting is as rich as the landscape that inspired it."
Beth's watercolor art reflects her life motto: "The spirit of delight comes in small ways." (Robert Louis Stevenson) Her paintings and her cards will bring a smile to your face and will inspire you to share such joy with others. When you stop by the Joseph Robertson Gallery, you just might find Beth working on one of her whimsical illustrations! Also check out her site: http://bethneelyart.blogspot.com/
From a small village in Chihuahua, Mexico comes this beautiful hand coiled pottery. Using local clay and primitive firing techniques developed more than 1,000 years ago, Mata Ortiz potters create exquisite ceramic fine art.
Sculptured Sand Painting combines sand and stone into bas-relief sculptures of Southwestern beauty. Hearkening back to ancient archaeological discoveries while incorporating contemporary design, Susan's unique artwork will find a special place on a wall in your home.
Mel began weaving at age twelve. He comes from a long line of weavers in his family's hometown of Teotitlan del valle, (Oaxaca) Mexico. Woven in the Zapotec tradition, on a traditional two foot pedal loom, Mel's rugs are 100% wool and represent the finest in textile art. Mel and his wife Lucy live in Prescott, AZ.
Scrap wood, some metal, and a variety of found objects . . . in Revnell's woodworking hands , these bits and pieces become one-of-a-kind birdhouses that withstand the outdoor elements while providing a functional and creative home for your bird friends.
Local artist Shelley uses a combination of dichroic and other fuseable glass to create dazzling, colorful jewelry. Some pieces take 2 or 3 firings in a kiln, at temperatures ranging from 1450-1750 degrees. You are sure to find a unique shape and color to suit your creative style.
"I think of jewelry as wearable sculpture. I use the same hand techniques to create jewelry as the larger sculptural pieces: rivets, torch work, hammered texture, except in miniature." Chris Contos' jewelry is truly one-of-a-kind fine art. Earrigs have either handmade sterling silver wires or surgical steel ear posts. Also for sale are some of Chris' hand-tooled knives and smaller sculptures. Come check it out!
Stan designs and fabricates each unique piece of jewelry, using organic objects such as vines, cactus skeletons, and citrus tree clippings. He even sets gemstones into some of his pieces, for strikingly beautiful contrast.
Illuminated leather jewelry is functional fine art. A combination of leather sculpture, shimmering paints, and Kris' eye for beauty, each necklace and earring is hand fabricated into a unique natural design you are sure to love.
This is fun jewelry - colorful clay that is sculpted, draped, and hand-formed into a variety of shapes. Judith is best known in the world of polymer clay for creating the technique of smooth color gradation - the "Skinner Blend."