Efim, originally from Moldova and moving to the United States in 2004, has focused on drawing since childhood.
Marvin has been drawing and painting for more than 60 years and in the last 20 years he has completed roughly 2500 oil paintings.
Darlene brings to life flowers and children in her paintings. She also creates mosaics for tables fabricated by her husband.
Through the medium of oil painting, Christine has expanded her own color perception and uses paint strokes to enhance form.
Marilyn's work has been featured in galleries, wineries, restaurants, television and in over 180 private and corporate collections.
Lin prefers the use of water-mixable oils for painting landscapes, still-lifes of fruits and vegetables, dogs, cars, and people at work.
Chris has been concentrating on his colored pencil drawings since 1989. His work is now in private collections across the country.
Margareta's mediums included drypoint, monoprint and woodcut. Currently she uses a soft graphite pencil on BFK Rives paper.
Karen Lynn Ingalls
Karen Lynn Ingalls works in many mediums. Enchanted by the land, she depicts rural California in colorist landscape paintings.
Betty Jo March
Betty Jo shares her vision through her favorite medium, watercolor, which lends itself so well to plein air painting.
Anne works in pastel, watercolor, acrylic, oil, mosaic, and clay. Her work currently focuses on endangered species.
Elizabeth is a figurative painter, often painting mythical and metaphorical figures from storytelling.
With vibrant colors and exaggerated contours, Linda's dreamlike acrylic paintings beckon the viewer to "jump right into them".
Robin M. Widoff
Robin is interested in sculpting clay and wax and in 2014 began studying oil painting with Deirdre Shibano and watercolors with Allis Teegarden.
Rebecca is a printmaker, scanographer, and mixed media artist. She has begun exhibiting scanned images printed onto archival paper.
Susan Finch Laymon
Whether it is paint, clay or a camera, Susan's desire is to show you the beauty everywhere in the world.... and also the humor!
Sanda uses oil paint to create inner landscapes from which exude a metaphorical quality.
Richard's paintings, based on photographs from San Francisco, embody a mood, attitude and ambiance reminiscent of neo film noire.
Sharolyn's love for painting non-traditional pet portraiture is strongly supported by her academic photography background.
Char interests lie mostly in plein air landscape painting, intensifying color and value and striving for a good design and composition.