Rae Nell Spencer is a watercolor artist living in Oreana, IL. Much of her work can be described as organic in nature using the forms of overlapping leaves with a touch of sparkle. Her abstracted style will occasionally include a landscape or floral painting.
Tina Sekimi Acciavatti lives in Decatur, IL and enjoys creating unique pieces of jewelry using polished stones, fused glass and found objects. Her work is identified primarily as wrapped stones in silver or copper. She uses a technique called Viking Knit to create her own chains for some of the pieces. Some new work includes dismantling old pieces and re-assembling them into new.
Darren Miller is a metal sculptor from Decatur, IL. He sells through the art fair circuit as well as by commission and Gallery 510. His newest work is kinetic, grabbing the attention of customers. His work is perfect as an abstract piece for the wall or a stand-alone piece for the garden.
Pamela Marty of Decatur, IL uses the medium of watercolor to create floral paintings. Realism is her genre of choice. Her palette replicates the colors of nature.
Carol Kessler is an artist from Shelbyville, IL. She works primarily with oil sticks on canvas, though she also works with pastel on paper. Her style is loosely impressionistic. Her work depicts scenes from the area and places she travels to paint. Carol also enjoys experimenting with new techniques and materials.
Barbara Hodges is a jeweler from Decatur, IL. She has been making jewelry since 2008. Barbara is a precious metal clay artist. She works with fine silver, bronze, copper, gold bronze, rose bronze, and snow bronze. Many of her pieces incorporate gemstones as well. She also makes jewelry with bead weaving, which is the stitching of intricate patterns with beads. Her jewelry shows a dedication to meticulous work.
Barbara Hodges teaches metal clay classes in several Central Illinois bead shops, and is currently scheduled to teach a Workshop at Gallery 510 on November 12, 2016.
Jim Hill is a photographer from Springfield, IL. His style pays tribute to Wyn Bullock. He uses infrared film to create many of his images and is currently working in a surrealist manner.
Sue has been in the art profession for over 50 years and has more than 38 years of teaching experience. After winning her first blue ribbon in first grade at the White County Fair, she has never stopped producing art. Travel, another great passion, on 6 of the 7 continents has provided a great wealth of painting source material. Sue lives in Moweaqua, IL and enjoys the calm and peaceful nature and the sense of space in rural America. She is currently doing a series of scenes from rural America, one from each of the 50 states.
Sue paints in watercolor, oil, acrylics, and pastels. Most of her latest paintings are in pastel with a watercolor underpainting, Her style is realistic with a love of color and detail.