Our member artists
In September 2020, we are 940 artists, down 186 artists whose artwork no longer reflects a focus in figurative art or their websites no longer function or they've moved on to a Better Place.
With very few exceptions, all are living contemporary artists.
Split by gender, we are practically a 50:50 split.
96% give us Full ACCESS to select images for site & blog.
4% prefer we use ONLY SENT images they send us.
Most are primarily painters
Names you might recognize include: Sigmund Abeles, Magdalena Almy, Steven Assael, Bo Bartlett, Judith Carducci, Marina Dieul, Lani Irwin, Francien Krieg, Chris Mars, America Martin, Tony Pro, Burton Silverman, Terry Strickland, Costa Vavagiakis, John Vistaunet, Victor Wang, Patricia Watwood, Kurt Wenner, Eric Zener.
Works in sculpture
Names you might recognize include: Blake Ward, Mary Block, Edward Eyth, Joe Fafard, Philippe Faraut, Carole Feuerman, Marian Heyerdahl, Sabin Howard, Karen LaMonte, Mardie Rees, Roger Reutimann, Jason de Caires Taylor, Steinunn Thorarinsdottir.
Names you might recognize include: Tricia Cline, Cristina Cordova, Debra Fritts, Misty Gamble, Margaret Keelan, Esther Shimazu, Alice Simpson, Cheryl Tall, Kathy Venter, Wesley Anderegg, Russell Biles, Wesley Anderegg, Janis Mars Wunderlich, Kensuke Yamada, and the amazing Wanxin Zhang whose fabulous solo show I had the pleasure of seeing summer 2011 in Bellevue, WA.
Names you might recognize include: Alice Beasley, Hollis Chatelain, Linda Colsh, Luke Haynes, Patricia Mattison, Chris Roberts-Antieau, Richard Saja, Susan Shie, and Leni Levenson Wiener.
Visitor statistics Sept 2020 for the last year
535,000 page views
Bounce rate 3% which is very good
42 % view the site with mobile devices
Top countries – USA, UK, Canada, Australia, France
Top cities – Chicago, London, New York, Sydney, Los Angeles
Top States – CA, IL, NY, FL, FL
Techniques & Mediums
mixed media art
hand built pottery
hand painted ceramics
figurative wood carving
hand painted silks
hand woven textiles
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Helen Keller