Making the Moonlit Traveler by Helga Thomson

Moonlit Traveler is from a series of prints titled “Chronicles and The Garden of Earthly Delights.” After all, only in the freedom and adventurousness of a moonlit evening would anyone dare to ride on a naked fish with a doggie’s face.

Love and Death at the NIH by Michele Banks

I first started experimenting with watercolor about 10 years ago, and from the beginning got into “wet in wet technique.”  To paint “wet in wet” you paint...

In My Father’s Image by Camille Mosley-Pasley

"...these are the things that define a person, place and time and tell a story. These are the nuances of life that fade and disappear with the passing of time. These are the things I want to remember with photographs."

Al Miner on His Self as Subject and Object

"My work is confessional...My self portraits beg for viewers to examine them, and in turn me, as closely as I do myself."

Alive to the Possibilities by Jessica Beels

"I love the sense of timelessness of fossil forms – how nature produces mathematically stunning forms. They are often imperfect - but they refer to pure math - symmetry with blips and crinkles."