Chloë is an multidisciplinary artist based in Oakland, California. Her work spans both digital and analog media, and and can be seen at www.chloedalby.com and on Instagram @ryethoughts.
Peggy lives in San Francisco and has maintained a studio at Hunters Point Shipyard since 1985. She teaches in the Bayview District in San Francisco and Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, California. (She also had 2 dachshunds)
Michael is a Bay Area painter and sculptor living in Sonoma County. He spent many years painting and teaching sumi-e in Kyoto.
Hidefumi is a professor of mathematics at San Jose State University, with a special interest in plane and three-dimensional geometry, since the latter combines well with another interest of his, woodworking and woodcarving.
Bill is an artist living in Point Richmond, CA. He is currently making large ceramic anagama wood fired sculptures and site specific B&W conceptual pieces.
Although he trained and worked as a painter in the early part of his career, Lubliner’s artwork has been primarily photographic and in recent years has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries.
Born in Seoul Korea, educated as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley and received her MFA from SFAI. Based on concept, her art form varies including drawing, painting, digital photography and site-specific installation.
Born in Kyoto, now living in the California Bay Area, Keiko is an internationally known modern artist and sculptor working in different media.