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Dan Rider

Dan Rider / Dan Rider Sculpture “Creating one out of the many by balancing every composition defines my artistic signature.“ -Dan Rider My works reflect compositions that are balanced between nature and man, there is freedom of thought intertwined with structure. Creating unique wall compositions, contemporary outdoor sculptures, totems (ranging 4 to 9 feet tall) for …

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Alisa Looney

Alisa Looney Best known for her award winning outdoor sculptures, Alisa Looney has exhibited in the U.S. and Canada. Her work is in a multitude of private and public collections, including Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale, WA, and several U.S. cities in the Northwestern states of Oregon, Idaho and Washington. She expresses her ideas …

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Joe von Heideken

Joe von Heideken Joe’s journey into woodworking all started on a cold, rainy Northern California afternoon many years ago. Scouting an out of the way beach that was littered with cool shells, rocks and of course driftwood. Fast forward several years – cutting into one of the pieces driftwood revealed a beautiful piece of redwood …

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Rita Dunlavy

Rita Dunlavy Rita’s fascination with mosaics came from a need to provide decorative pots for plants sold in her specimen plant nursery in the early 1990’s. Her work has moved through many phases enveloping decorative interior design using ceramic and porcelain tiles to garden furniture and traditional three dimensional sculptures.  Her introduction and interest in …

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Suzy Williamson

Suzy Williamson For over 25 years, Suzy has been hand fabricating jewelry from silver, gold, copper and brass. Her introduction to metals came from an early job as a dental technician where she was trained to make teeth out of gold and learned metal working fundamentals. Later, while living in Alaska in the mid-90s, she …

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Anne von Heideken

Anne von Heideken As a child, Anne loved to collect rocks and today she finds herself collecting the treasures to create “wearable art.” Drawn to jewelry making after a trip to the Southwest, Anne became inspired by the Native American women of the Pueblos who work primarily in turquoise, shell, coral and hand carved fetishes. …

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