Parkes uses the ancient "Lost Wax" bronze casting method — a medium that has withstood the test of time.
This could also be a place where we get connected to life on a more basic fundamental level.
Rishel began his photography career in 1980; interested in black and white film he began shooting abstracts in nature. With the onset of digital photography he began an interest in High Dynamic Range (HDR) using this Digital program to enhance abstract images such as topics like Florals, Art , City of Tacoma, Architecture, nature, etc. Using medium and large scale Museum quality art prints (up to 4'x6') Terry also offers many photographic services that have taken years to learn.
Bill is a realistic sculptor in wood with major emthasis on Western, Native American and Wildlife subject matter. His primary goal is to produce sculpture which honors the natural beauty of wood; a beauty that nature has taken many years to develop.
My clay medium is luster stoneware, an area rarely pursued by potters. My artistic intent is to frame on clay vessels and sculpture the myriad gem- like surfaces found in rocks and minerals. Sculpture has become more important in my recent work, but clay vessels still play a part in my artistic efforts.
An avid outdoorsman, Michael’s interest in nature is manifested in his inspired glass works. His sculptures include a variety of Octopi, Trout, Bass, and Salmon as well as colorful Mahi-Mahi, Yellow Fin Tuna, and many others to suit your style.