Gallery Route One Artists
Shannon O'Neill-Creighton / Senior Fellow 2020-2021 My artwork is rooted in relationship between land and people, mapping a felt-sense of belonging and intimacy with personal landscapes. As Lucy Lippard writes, “If landscape is a way of seeing, there are potentially...
Austin N. Buckingham, PrintmakerMonte Rio, CAAustin Buckingham studied printmaking at the Art Students League in Denver, Colorado with master printmakers Mark Lunning and Joe Higgins. As a former environmental scientist, themes and elements such as earth, rock, wind...
Within the fabric of our cities are abandoned places which prompt complex questions concerning design, motivation and waste. I photograph the strange dissonances of this forgotten urban landscape, attempting to understand how memory changes perception as we reconsider...
When looking at one of my pieces either monumental or modest in scale, I want you to sense that the particular and universal are accessible to you, and are also present in every living thing, every person that...
My intent as an artist is to draw upon nature, journeys into dream worlds and the unknown, and then bring life to those excursions through the language of sculpture.
For a photographer, the art is in the seeing. And having seen it, the rest is an act of a conjurer.
Igor Sazevich, landscapes of the mind
Mimi Abers, clay is a material that never stops
Zea Morvitz: works on paper, drawings, artist books
Mary Mountcastle Eubank, exploring relationships between spirit and matter, magical and natural processes
Tim Graveson, books in the landscape
Will Thoms, Acrylic paintings and mixed media
Vickisa: I love color and use it with abandon in my mixed media paintings.