Who’s in the House 

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bones but what of this krik krik krik kreak

Casebeer, Bones. But what of This Krik Krik Kris Kreak?, 2017, Mixed media, 12 x 12 in.

 
what all

Casebeer, What? (All), 2017, Mixed media, 12 x 12 in.

 
trapped greatest bc i am still

Casebeer, Trapped Greatest Because I Am Still, 2017, Mixed media, 12 x 24 in.

 
puppet coat

Casebeer, Puppet Coat, 2017, Mixed media, 10 x 10 in.

 
before we when

Casebeer, Before, We. When., 2017, Mixed media, 12 x 24 in.

 
a is for anything (ever)

Casebeer, A is for Anything (Ever), 2017, Mixed media, 10 x 10 in.

 
slightly-used-stories-which-have-had-endings

Casebeer, Slightly Used Stories Which Have Had Endings, 2017, Mixed media, 23 x 25 x 6 in.

 
Puppet.36x40.2016

Holly Roberts, Puppet, 2016, Mixed media, 36 x 40 in.

 
Spotted-Pony.20x20.mm.2017

Holly Roberts, Spotted Pony., 2017, Mixed media, 20 x 20 in.

 
Fox-with-Crossed-Arms.10x8.mm.2017

Holly Roberts, Fox with Crossed Arms, 2017, Mixed media, 10 x 8 in.

 
Yellow2

Randi Ganulin, Yellow 1 (from the series Indra’s Net), 2017, Archival pigment print, 18.25 x 23.5 in., Edition 1/5

 
RedWhite2

Randi Ganulin, Red White 2 (from the series Indra’s Net), 2017, Archival pigment print, 18.25 x 23.5 in., Edition 1/5

 
Aviary #10a

Ron Bimrose, Aviary #10, 2017, Mixed media on 1880s chromolithograph, 10 ¾ x 8 in.

 
GTT 10-25

Ron Bimrose, Going to Town 10-25, 2017, Mixed media on black and white photograph, 16 x 20 in.

 
WHIMZ-A

Rodgell, Whimsy, 2016, Re-invented sculpture, one of a kind, 14w x 27d x 9h in.

 
SPOOKED-B

Rodgell, Spooked, 2015, Re-invented sculpture, one of a kind, 14w x 11d x 10h in.

 
BROKEN-A

Rodgell, Broken, 2016, Re-invented sculpture, one of a kind, 8w x 12d x 6h in.

 
IMG_8185

Rodgell, Huck and Cluck, 2015, Re-invented sculpture, one of a kind

 
Trump_05

Novie Trump, Flutter, Ceramic, acrylic, Approximately 20 x 9 x 4 in., site-specific, varies (Sells individually or collectively)

 
Trump_41

Novie Trump, A Summer’s Day, Ceramic, metal, glass, 6.25 x 6.25 x 1.25 in.

 
Trump_27

Novie Trump, A Summer’s Day, Ceramic, metal, glass, 6.25 x 6.25 x 1.25 in.

 
Trump_22

Novie Trump, A Summer’s Day, Ceramic, metal, glass, 6.25 x 6.25 x 1.25 in.

 
Trump_43

Novie Trump, A Summer’s Day, Ceramic, metal, glass, 6.25 x 6.25 x 1.25 in.

 
Trump_39

Novie Trump, A Summer’s Day, Ceramic, metal, glass, 6.25 x 6.25 x 1.25 in. (To see more tiles, contact us)

 
Trump_15

Novie Trump, Map of the Night swallows, Ceramic, steel, Light fixture, 13 x13x6 in.

 
Shegal Credenza (tall)

Kelley E. Foy, Shegal Credenza, Solid Wood Hand Carved Custom Finish Steel Woven Door Panels, 18 D x 50 W x 29 H in.

 
monocot series

Kelley E. Foy, Monocot series, Thrown porcelain, 3x 3-3.5 in.

 
Hutchins-Long Night

Jeannie Hutchins, Long Night, 2017, Cyanotype/ Chemogram, Unique print, 10 x 6.6 in.

 
Hutchins-Incognita#3

Jeannie Hutchins, Incognita #3, 2017, Archival digital, Prints on silk and paper in wood box, Unique print, 12.75 x 12.75 in.

 
oliviaandthegrass_annalabenz

Anna LaBenz, Olivia and the Grass, 2014, Lucite, 24 x 16 ¼ in., Edition 2/10

 
petticoat_annalabenz

Anna LaBenz, The Petticoat, 2015, Lucite, 16 x 24 ¼ in., Edition 1/10

 
5.IMG_3163

Anna Strickland, From the Given Series, 2015, Palladium print on gampi paper, 16 x14.75 in., Edition: 3/8

 
Eridanus

Jennifer Schlesinger, Erindanus, 2017, 6.5 x 4.5 in., Toned gelatin silver print, Edition 3/9

 
Bird On A Wire Tilt Promo

Paula Riff, Bird on a Wire, Color Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype Print, Unique one of a kind Print, 13.5 x 17.5 in.

 
Ode To Rothko Tilt Promo

Paula Riff, Ode to Rothko, Color Gum Bichromate Print, Unique one of a kind Print, 12.5 x 17.5 in.

 
5 Macallan 333

Ernie Button, Macallan 333, 2014, Archival pigment print, 16.5×16.5 in. edition 1/20

 
22 Aberlour 107

Ernie Button, Aberlour 107, 2009, Archival pigment print,16.5×16.5 in., Edition 2/20

 
1 Macallan 150

Ernie Button, Macallan 150, 2013, Archival pigment print, 16.5×16.5 in., Edition 1/20

 
B-Feick_title-3850-3851_size-1280x867px

Betsy Feick, Untitled #3850-3851, completed in 2016, Archival Color Inkjet Print, 18×24 in.

 
Orange Bells

Aline Smithson, Orange Bells, From Recreating History Series, 2005, Hand painted, silver gelatin print, 21×17 in., Edition 2/10

 
Charlotte with a Fan

Aline Smithson, Charlotte with a Fan, From Recreating History Series, 2005, Hand painted silver gelatin print, 21×17 in., Edition 2/10

 
Snowy Day -low res

Jill Enfield, Untitled, Archival pigment print from cyanotype, 1999, 17×21 in., Edition 3/10

 
Melissa Button (losing my place)

Melissa M. Button, Losing my Place, 2003, Mixed-media collage, 13×20 in.

   

Crossroads: Western Dreams 

by Holly Roberts

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 9, 7-9pm, during Scottsdale’s ArtWalk

The artist will be available for conversation.

Closing Reception: Thursday, November 30, 7-9pm, during Scottsdale’s ArtWalk

Artists Statement:

For the past several years I have been experimenting with different ways of making my images, but always with paint and photography as the driving forces.  My photographic imagery is widely varied, all the way from specific portraits of people or animals to photos of rocks, leaves, or even dead moths—material I can use to build textures and surfaces.  I have also begun to work with transfers, something I have taught for years but never really integrated into my own work. I am seduced by the magic of taking something and making it live as something else.  And, most recently, I have gone back to working with oil paints, something I gave up 13 years ago in favor of acrylics.

What has resulted is a wide variety of images, still with my own view of the world at their core.  Animals, people, and people as animals are my most constant themes.  Portraits of men and women have become a larger part of what I do.  Horses, dogs, and birds are the animals I use predominantly since those are the animals I feel most connected to.  If I can find any one theme that runs through my work, it would be a subtle kind of loneliness or feeling of separateness, at times mixed with odd humor.

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