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Sculpture

Marth Cammack
Leesburg, VA
703.477.5476
suryastory@hotmail.com
Equestrian paintings.
3/11

Jeff Hall
Lovettsville, VA
540.822.5398
torsoarts@aol.com
I enjoy using the figure to examine greater things than our selves. My interest in time is evident in most all of my own work. It is a deep and inexhaustible wealth of ideas relating to the earth, the universe and the cultures of man. I focus on monumental and god like figures that are not bound by the laws of physics, eliminate gravity and any thing is possible.
Combining Bronze and Lucite takes a great deal of experience with mold making, shrink rates of materials and precision joining of organic shapes. I really enjoy these engineering challenges; this knowledge allows me the confidence to know that if I can dream it, then I can make it. Having experience with a wide variety of materials allows me to create with purpose.”

~ LAC Member Spotlight – September 2010

Jolanda Kesari
Designer Goldsmiths
Market Station
203-A Harrison St SE
Leesburg, VA 20175
illiriandesign@aol.com
703-777-7661
My design inspirations come from nature and my childhood growing up in the Mediterranean. When I create my designs I do not think of them just as a piece of jewelry but works of wearable art. My store, Designer Goldsmiths specializes on one of a kind creations and custom design work.

Brian Kirk
Purcellville, VA 20132
540.454.0892
bkirkstudios@aol.com
Sculpture and monotypes.
11/11

Cindy Lowther
Studio: 105 N. Union Street #338
Alexandria, VA 22314
540.668.6214
11/11

Amy Manson
Leesburg, VA
703-779-4731
joelamy1@verizon.net
My passion is working with clay; a soft malleable substance, throwing, forming, urging it into an object of both beauty and function. An object which can be admired, touched, held, and used in daily life. This process and transformation of the soft clay into a hard and beautiful object meant to be seen, used, passed along, maybe even eventually broken and given back to the earth seems to mirror personal growth and transformation. I use High fired stoneware and porcelain in my work and enjoy glaze colors and themes which can be found in nature. I try to incorporate a combination of family, prayer, meditation, nature, and the creation of pottery into every single day of my life as part of my own personal growth and transformation. It gives me great insight and joy to create a one of a kind piece of artwork. I hope others enjoy viewing and utilizing the pottery as much as I enjoyed making it!

Amy enjoys sharing her knowledge of clay and surface decoration by teaching handbuilding and wheel classes to adults and children. She currently teaches various classes at Artsquare, The Old Furniture Factory, and The Round Hill Art Center.

Rosalba Negrete
Leesburg, VA
703.777.1858
r1negrete@aol.com
I create ceramic sculptures, stone ware high fire, because they have a warm and earthly quality. Clay represents our closeness to the humility of nature. Vision creates a bridge to anthropomorphizing this rich medium into images of the human condition. My sculptures celebrate the symbiotic interaction between spirit, body, matter and the passion for living.
4/12

Laney Oxman
Hillsboro, VA
703.509.2141
laneyko@aol.com
Laney Oxman has won design awards from Niche Magazine three times in the past four years. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Corning Museum of Glass and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. She has worked as an independent studio artist since 1977.

Stephanie Roan
Leesburg, VA
540-338-3140
roanwildart@aol.com
Custom wood sculpture.

Robert Sanabria
Leesburg, VA
540.338.5220
robsculpt@aol.com
Large scale abstract sculpture, cast bronze, fabricated metal, concrete, cast paper.
10/11

Peter J. Schoultz
Potomac Falls, VA
571.228.2958
peterschoultz@aol.com
Woodcarving – Signage (estate signs, house numbers, wall hangings, quarterboards) and Decorative carvings (shells, pineapples, stars, fleur de lis, etc.).
10/11

Troy Wingard
Sterling, VA
troy.wingard@gmail.com
I have always been interested in the spiritual aspects of art and its depiction within the context of the modern individual. In my imagery I render realistic and symbolic compositions of people, usually artists, who are each captured in subtle and quite moments of internal reflection.

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