William Hays

Vermont artist William Hays had his first solo show in Anchorage, Alaska in 1980. Originally a watercolor and oil painter from the age of 15, Hays began exploring lino cuts in 2007. By 2012 he had devoted his time entirely to them. He has been the recipient of many awards, … Continued

Emily Gray Koehler

In Emily’s work, you can experience the places she calls home: City and Country, Prairie and North Woods, Minnesota and Michigan. Emily’s early work reflects her strong ties to her ancestral farm in Michigan’s lower peninsula and her love for the natural world. In them, the viewer catches a glimpse … Continued

Olivia de Soria

Olivia de Soria’s interest in repurposing found objects into wearable art began at age 11. She would take apart soda cans and hammer away at them until she had a pendant she could wear. She has continued on in that vein, expertly crafting jewelry to compliment the feminine form with … Continued

Elizabeth Pechacek

Liz grew up in her mom’s studio, playing with extra supplies while her mom painted. She dabbled in nearly every medium and didn’t find clay until college. On the verge of dropping out, she took a ceramics class. Liz holds a BFA in ceramics and a BA in Art History. … Continued

Mary Fisher

extrude play verb ex·trude \ik-ˈstrüd\ Popularity: Bottom 40% of words Simple Definition of extrude · : to force, press, or push (something) out · : to shape (something) by forcing it through a hole Source: Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary Mary likens building with extruded pieces of clay to playing with Legos. … Continued