Sharon Rusch Shaver

Sharon Rusch Shaver

Sharon Rusch Shaver, a resident of middle Tennessee, has been painting professionally since the 1970’s, and continues to receive top awards and recognition in her field. In 2008 the artist was awarded an Artist in Residence at Glen Arbor Art Association in Glen Arbor, MI.

Miro Sinovcic

Miro Sinovcic

As a fine artist, Miro believes that art, at its best, is seeing life in new and exciting ways, not as rote formula. His paintings are bursting with life, energy, color and constant change. “Just a wonderful mess and a beautiful noise”, as he puts it.

Michael Sprouse

Michael Sprouse

I use in-depth expression in my work to relate interpersonal stories of lost love, hope, fear, desire, dedication, wistful remembrances and more. The faces I paint are symbolically reminiscent of vague and vintage dream landscapes which focus on the metaphoric mood and flow of each person’s individual story.

Eric Unser

Eric Unser

Eric Unser was raised on a farm in Southampton County, Virginia. After earning a fine art degree from Virginia Tech in 1977, he got married and started a family. Eric worked in many fields – graphic artist, musician, carpenter, and truck driver, before finding the perfect career as a Scenic Artist in Virginia Beach.

Lillis Werder

Lillis Werder

A native of Fort Scott, Kansas, Lillis Werder attended Georgetown University in Washington, DC graduating from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service majoring in International Politics, with a fluency in the Spanish language.

Jody Wright

Jody Wright

“In my work, I illustrate the incredible spirits within animals. I want people to stop and think, “Look at this extraordinary spirit that just happens to be in the body of a dog.” With bold colors (usually not found in nature) I try what artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe tried – to have the observer take a “closer look” at what is often considered the ordinary. I want to convey what is beneath the outside parameters and inward to the heart and soul.

Jian Wu

Jian Wu

Jian Wu graduated from Art College of Qing Hua University (former Central Art and Crafts College of China) in 1984, relocated to the United States to study western art in 1987 and received Master of Fine Art degree in 2000 from The Academy of Art University of San Francisco while teaching at the University as a member of the faculty.