Barbara Todd Allbright
Barbara Todd Allbright creates undulating plein air sculptures that resemble and interpret organic forms. Surrounded by light, reflection, color and their transparencies, she deconstructs and reconstructs the subtle mysteries of the living landscape. To honor the spiritual experience and explore the possibilities of the medium, her painting is transformed: it is bent, torn and wrapped in skyward thrusts around a central void. Time and memory are recreated into unique shimmering sculpture.
Michael Bolton describes himself as an American Realist Painter. He is all about the manner in which light, texture, and color can unveil a secret world that is always present but most do not see. His dreamy and otherworldly portraits of people, buildings and objects reveal that the heart of this artist is an architect and lover of the immediate world he inhabits. Michael holds an advanced degree in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley.His architectural and interior designs have garnered many awards both regionally and nationally.
Sukhdev Dail was born in a small village in Punjab, and graduated from the Delhi College of Arts in 1962. From there he covered the four corners of the world from Tokyo to Paris, and from Canada to Chile in order to experience the art of the world. He was as fascinated with sculpture as with paintings, and created his first larger than life-size piece named The Archer at age 23. It graces the grounds of the Teachers College in Phagwara where he taught for two years.
"When working on a painting or art piece, the source of creation is the unknown and the work evolves through sheer will. I leave myself behind and I enter a timeless reality where things become undefinable by words and I merge with the piece."
Terese Garcia is a non representational painter and artist. She was born in Hollywood, California and was raised in Covina in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County.
My focus is on working with non-traditional media such as found objects or recyclable materials, especially in small component forms. In working with jigsaw puzzle pieces I strive to reveal essence and spatial presence through a process of reassembly. My process tends to be very slow; it is a meditative and repetitive journey that seeks to create a sculptural manifestation of new light and or fresh meaning.