Brook is this year's Art in the Park featured artist! Her art revolves around grief and the aftermath of loss. In making functional ceramic art, she aspires to create sources of respite during those incomplete moments. Gentle bowls to hold soup, cups for warm tea, and vases holding flowers all offer the user tranquil breaths. Her work is available at Art Love Collective.
As a fused glass artist, Rademacher does not shy away from color. Her pieces are joyful and inspired by the world around her. You can learn more about her work and process at sglassart.wordpress.com.
Hixson's recent body of work is a series of oil paintings that explores the feeling of comfort and describes it visually. Both mental and physical comfort come into play using color, pattern and subject matter. Her work is available at emmahixsonart.com and Art Love Collective.
Theroff is primarily a self-taught artist working in graphite, acrylic and watercolor. She focuses on capturing the magic of nature through art so the viewer may revisit the feeling that being in nature brings. The majority of her work focuses on birds, insects and plants. You can learn more about her work at susanktheroff.com.
Martin loves using mediums and gels to add texture and depth to her work. Her paintings include layers of vertical and horizontal colors, including the addition of textured papers, sketches, smaller paintings, and photographs. You can learn more about Maria's work at mariasmartin.com.