“We aren’t alone in our life experiences, and I love to tap into that humanity and lay it on a canvas.”
“... I find myself drawn to making large works on canvas,” shares Atwal. “Texture and color are my tools for creating the mood in my work.”
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Granite Bay native Ali Futrell graduated with a degree in painting and a minor in design and technology from San Francisco Art Institute.
“I feel art is a powerful form of expression that connects us all,” shares Swerdlow. “Any emotion or experience can be communicated with art, I strive to use this to enhance people’s lives.”
“It’s an exciting year for the studio tour,” says participating artist Gia McNutt. “I feel like I’m riding a comet right now!”
Whether you need a cutting board, pizza peel, feeder for Fido, or a custom design project, Hinge is up for the challenge
Sculptor Jim Lee creates clay portraits and figures with incredible precision and emotion