At some moment most every day, I pick up a pen and a brush. What happens from there, is anybody's guess. I might draw the rolling cart near my kitchen with plants and old glass bottles, the person across from me lit by screen glow, or the blue morning sky as it stretches away from orange horizon. The subject matters little; the practice is supreme.
At some moment most every day, I pick up a pen and a brush. What happens from there, is anybody’s guess. I might draw the rolling cart near my kitchen with plants and old glass bottles, the person across from me lit by screen glow, or the blue morning sky as it stretches away from orange horizon. The subject matters little; the practice is supreme.
I have been designing jewelry using authentic 1930-1980 glass, brass, bronze, copper findings, and gemstones for 10 years. Most of these findings came from close-out mills in Providence RI. Providence was the world's capital of costume jewelry design for over 60 years. Please come visit and enjoy something unique.
Helen is a National and Internationally awarded Polymer and Jewelry Artist. Her work has been consistently featured in books and magazines over the last 8 years. She creates everyday wear using vintage jewelry and creates her Art to wear designs in Polymer.
I travel between two different styles in my personal art making and enjoy both of them in their own ways. When I make pottery, I find joy in making the forms in a simple way then adding in more sculptural elements to begin a conversation with the work. My sculptural work allows me to share more personal experiences with the viewer.
I am a mother of two wonderful young children, a wife, a high school art teacher and I work at my art in between all the tasks. I am beginning to find more time to focus on my art making and I am hoping to begin pit firing at home on a more regular basis.
17 years ago, I began using glitter as a medium in my artwork. The playful nature of these tiny reflective and colorful particles feeds my inspiration, while still maintaining the substance of my motif. My work is enhanced by prominent clean lines and the utilization of vibrant color, and is the ultimate conversation piece on any wall.
Sue Zola uses glitter to evoke emotion and recreate cultural icons and symbols of the 50s, 60s and 70s, its attention-getting, bright, shiny, funky pieces a metaphor for our current and past times. Zola’s glitter art has been exhibited in many galleries in cities all over the country including Chicago, Miami, New York, Houston, and Los Angeles.
I have always been interested in attempting to blur the line between real life and fantasy in the senses of visual story telling. I use my illustrations and character creation to portray imagination and the idea of something a little more extraordinary.
Sara Zunda is twenty-something year old young creative in the Greater New Haven Area. Sara is an award winning Illustrator and Graphic Designer and mere months before earning her Bachelors Degree in Illustration. She is currently exploring concept art, character designs, world building, and just about everything in between.