First and foremost, fine jeweler Laura Bicego is an artist. Her Nanis brand of renowned Italian jewelry is an expression in who we are as women. From the radiance of jewels to the luminescence of 18 karat gold, Nanis has the unique ability to illuminate us from the inside out.
Art is music for mixed media artist Sam Pratt. The daughter of a musician, she realized early on that music appeared to her in the form of shape and sound. Synesthesia, as she would later learn her gift was called, opened doors to limitless creative possibilities and has played a beautiful part in influencing her ability to make others feel her artful expression.
Seth Fairweather provokes thought through art. His stunning glass and metal sculptures incite conversations about individual thought in the background of today’s culture of technology-driven connectivity. He is one of the most original glass artists in the country.
Cecilia Calderon’s work elicits deep soul connections to the earth. With copper as her primary medium, she experiments with patinas, textures, repousse, etching, oils, acrylics, textiles and plaster, creating one-of-a-kind pieces that awaken our bonds to the natural world.
A native of the small-town Midwest, Irvin grew up learning the more practical side of building and fixing things. His imaginative nature took those skills and turned them into the creation of innovative, yet beautifully functional furniture designs, unique decorative items and more. Find out more here.
Each of Christiane Barbato’s ceramic creations is infused with blessings and love. From dinnerware to fine art pieces, her work reflects a breathtaking, three-dimensional collage of color, texture and balanced form.
Fountain Hills-based Kathleen Hope utilizes cements made from an array of materials, including dried pigments, paper, plaster and marble dust to create textured layers and unexpected details. Each of her designs is wonderfully open to interpretation, inspiring connections through color, contrast and her knack for serendipitous design.
Arizona's contemporary cowboy, his Abstract Cowboy series is comprised of sketches drawn in the negative. Some have what he terms a heat register effect, which is appropriate for images of horse and rider that are full of movement and seem to vibrate with energy.
Sedona artist, Steve Bramon, is a 3rd generation bricklayer. He has many years of experience working in the masonry industry. “I enjoy working with concrete because it is very familiar to me. I appreciate its delicacy and strength. Its ability to be manipulated makes it an ideal casting material. My background in ceramics and masonry gives me a unique perspective on my art.”
Jennyfer Stratman’s stunning bronze, steel and mixed media work explores the interconnectedness between nature and the human form. Each piece speaks of the universal human experience, as well as our individual yet profoundly intertwined connections to something much greater than ourselves.
Pesavento Italian jewelry is timelessly and effortlessly alluring. From the shimmering brilliance of silver to the grandeur of gold, Pesvento pushes through design boundaries through innovation and undeniable craftsmanship. Come see our Pesevento collection of bracelets, earrings, necklaces and rings.
Christopher Jeffries unique style and distinct designs reflect the hand of a dedicated, passionate and master craftsman. Through extensive international education and experience with some of today’s most inventive and renowned glass artists, Christopher is able to innovate and execute amazing glass creations for enthusiasts and private collectors internationally.
Michael McKee uses pastels and oils to recreate landscapes and abstract impressions. Each of his works is infused with a spirit of joy. McKee began his career in commercial art, but for the last 16 years, he has turned his focus to fine art. We think you will love what he’s created!
Joseph Paxton’s work broadly explores what it is to be a living being – struggle, endeavour, behaviours, emotions and states of being, delineated through physical dynamic. Both animal and human form are used to express the physical and psychological juxtapositions of strength, vulnerability, simplicity and complexity. He currently lives in London.