In the beautiful setting of towering trees, coastal lowlands, and cascading water, inspiration abounds for Dick Spink, an engineer-turned-artist, born and raised in Mt Vernon, Washington, just outside the historical town of La Conner. After graduating from Washington State University in 1985 with degrees in Industrial Engineering and Education, he founded theContinue reading
Lacquer Sculpture Collection
Striking, free-form shapes and luxuriously vibrant finishes radiate energy in the lacquer sculpture collection. Inspired by an Asian aesthetic and world travel, leading Vietnamese designers, Nguyen lien Phuong and Bui The Hoang of LP Design, have developed their own uniquely fluid style…from vases and bowls, to larger signature sculpture pieces.
Through a technique innovated by these designers, Continue reading
The inspiration for Randal’s work comes from shapes and textured surfaces found in nature, refined in art by precise edges contrasting with the untouched roughness of exposed weathering of forms often found on the shores of Puget Sound and in the forests Continue reading
In 1999 Seattle, WA glass artist, Brad Burzynski, was given a Christmas gift that would change his life forever. His wife had hung a mysterious red envelope from Continue reading
These beautiful pieces of metal wall hangings have been designed, engineered, and produced by Kenneth Scott in his studio along the banks of Oregon’s wild and scenic McKenzie River.
In this natural setting of towering trees and cascading water, inspiration Continue reading
He’s often referred to as “the artist that paints Seattle underwater” or “the artist that paints peaceful post-apocalyptic scenes of cities.” Still other people know him as the artist that creates amazing surrealism, so detailed it looks like a photograph. And many had the opportunity to watch him paint Continue reading
Introducing the unique and intriguing glass art by Pacific Northwest glass artist, Jeff James. These pieces are light and ethereal in their appearance; some having a solid Continue reading
Don and Scot met in Leaburg, Oregon while both were apprenticing under a well-known Northwest metal sculptor. The friendship was forged. After years of study, they began to apply their new found passion and ideas in the joint effort of creating their own sculptures. Both men live with their families in the Willamette Valley in Oregon where they find much inspiration from the beauty that surrounds them.
They share a common passion for family and the outdoors, as well as helping within their community. They find peace and purpose through their artwork. Whether at home, with their families, in the studio, or cruising the highways on their Harleys, they are always in the creative process.
A metal artist’s skill lies in their ability to Continue reading