Pam Kuntz (Bellingham) is a Senior Instructor with the Dance faculty at Western Washington University and the founder and artistic director of Kuntz and Company, a professional dance/theatre company whose mission is to tell the stories of our community through the arts, with the intention of gaining a better understanding of the human condition.
Jesse England (Seattle) says of his work: “I try to create things I’ve never seen before. I want to share the things I consider unique and beautiful with others. These are the simplest, most important reasons I make art. I hold processes that require a significant amount of skill and physical effort in high regard. This is due to my upbringing. I was raised in a small town amongst people who valued hard work."
Tom Gormally (Seattle) has been exhibiting his sculpture for forty years, including at The Nelson-Atkins Museum (Kansas City, MO), Katonah Museum (Katonah, NY), Des Moines Art Center (Des Moines, IA) Ulrich Museum (Wichita, KS), Heidi Cho Gallery (NY, NY), Marcia McCoy Gallery (Santa Fe, NM) and Morgan Gallery (Kansas City, MO). Gormally has created site-specific installations for sculpture invitationals in the United States and Belfast, Ireland.
Humaira Abid (Renton) picks up ordinary images from everyday life and makes them extraordinary. Her basic interest is situations in ‘relationships’ and their after effects. Some of her work is humorous, some ironical. Her themes are timeless. The presentation is contemporary. She turns, carves, constructs in wood and combines it with different mediums with great skill and detailing.
Ellen Ziegler (Seattle) investigates the psychological and physical properties of materials through drawing, assemblage and multimedia. She is represented by Cullom Gallery in Seattle and is a member of SOIL Gallery.
Gail Grinnell (Seattle) graduated with a BFA in painting from the University of Washington in 1988 and is currently represented by the Gail Gibson Gallery in Seattle. She received Artist Trust Fellowship in