Frequently works in clay, mixed media and found objects to create unique sculptures and assemblages in her home studio along the Washougal River
From fashion illustrator to creating fine art, Barbara began creating fine art with colored pencil focusing on still life composition while now her primary mediums are pastel and oil.
Brenda Cowley Johnson
Smoke Fired Ceramic Sculpture
Acrylic still life and figurative paintings on paper: “Welcome home, C.W. Potzz!” The Attic Gallery is pleased to have you back in the Pacific Northwest after your many travels to Mexico, Florida, and North Carolina. “You are back home!” In North Carolina, CW had a miraculous recovery from being alergic to acrylic paint to a complete cure. Now she is painting again and we are proud and pleased to have scheduled a solo exhibit for her in May of 2019 in our gallery in Camas, Washington. Please view all her new works on this page on our website.
Pit Fired Porcelain
“Garden Fairies”: hand-built and fired ceramic whimsical sculptures for the garden
Acrylic and collage still life fantasy composition paintings
David Allen Dunlop
David Allen Dunlop won the 2009 national daytime Emmy for “Outstanding Special Class Writing” for the national 13-week PBS television series
Deb McCarroll is an emerging artist living and working in Seattle, WA. She’s an award-winning painter and writer, having been featured in the arts magazine Stone Voices Arts Quarterly and winning ‘Best Painting’ in the Still Point Gallery Abstracts juried competition.
Acrylic paintings of sophisticated ladies and still lifes
Jacquline Hurlbert, who moved to Oregon from California in 1991, was originally from Nebraska.
We are so sad to announce Judith died August 21, 2015, one year and one day after the death of her partner, Ellen Dittebrandt
Kathy’s acrylic paintings on canvas are colorful, whimsical flowers, animals and other elements from nature.
Kendahl Jan Jubb
Kendahl Jan Jubb was born in Mt. Holly, New Jersey in l957.
The most accomplished and respected wood sculptor in the Northwest
Marlene Moore Alexander
Marlene Moore Alexander, born and raised in Trenton, Missouri, has lived in Bend, Oregon since 1971.
To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.
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