Vintage Birds by Pam Taylor

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Pam Kueny Taylor is a mixed media artist living on the beautiful Whidbey Island; just a hop, skip and a jump from our little town!  She has been creating works of art as long as she can remember.  As a child, she would spend endless hours painting rocks, beading, drawing, or building things out of everyday objects.

As an adult, her passions have been glass work, copper sculptures and wood working.  She found that the world of Alternative and Steampunk art drew her in more than any other, so she gave it a try. These bird creations are the result.  They incorporate many of the elements that she has always loved through her many years of creating.

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Satava

Richard Satava was introduced to glassblowing in 1969 while at Ocean High School in Pacifica, California.  He subsequently studied art and glassblowing at the College of San Mateo and California State University, Chico.  Since establishing his own glass studio in Chico in 1977, he continues to create art glass that captures the beauty and wonder in nature, from the ocean to the mountains.  Satava designs and creates each one of a kind piece, all from glass that he has formulated and made himself.  Through his own exclusive color formulas he is able to create rich arrays of colors by blending various metallic oxides such as silver, cobalt, selenium, cadmium, and others into the molten glass.  Widely known for Continue reading

Frogman

Celebrated sculptor Tim Cotterill, known as “The Frogman”, found his creative calling after moving to California in 1990.  His whimsical bronze frogs with their sought-after colors are his unique vision, and capture his love of life philosophy.  Years of technical and metalworking expertise gained in his British birthplace have perfected his artistic endeavors.

“Frogs are fun creatures!  I have tried to capture their individual spirit, their fun, and their joy.  Life is fun!  I hope my art brings more happiness and joy into your life.”

~Tim Cotterill

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