Clare Asch, Pompeian Butterfly, watercolor on paper, 8 x 20 in.
Lisa Sibley, Reflective, Color Photograph, 30 x 20
Sarah Alexander, Reckless Abandon, Watercolor on board, 18x18"
Sarah Alexander, Allow (a non-reactive mantra), watercolor on Aquabord, 24x36"
Leighton Booth, Minotaur #1, Pen & ink on rag paper, 5.5"x 7.5"
Kristi Beisecker, Pine Needles, Traditional Analogue Photography. 22x28
Ann Miller, Valley of the Shadow, mixed - collage, 6" x 16"
Peggie Bouvier, Full Frontal, Oil on panel, 24 x24"
Adina Bricklin, iPhone 1, graphite on vellum withblack paper, staple, and thumbtack, 2.25″ x 4.75″
Adina Bricklin, iPhone 17, graphite on vellum withblack paper, staple, and thumbtack, 2.25″ x 4.75″
Kelly Burgess, Wound, Photography, 20x20"
Jane Coder, Fruit Tree/Spring, acrylic/inks on canvas, 20" x 20"
Zach Collins, 24zc14, collage, 1x1.5 inches
Zach Collins, 26zc14, collage, 1x1.5 inches
Zach Collins, 162zc13, collage, 1x1.5 inches
Marie Craig, Refraction ( Beijing), archival photograph on aluminum, 12x18"
Carrie Crane, Body of Christ, Digital archival print,collage and printed digital film, 11"x17"
Nina Earley, The Errand and the Epiphany, Archival print of aunique silver gelatin print made with apaper negative, 44"x60"
Susan Emmerson, Heteroclite 3, acrylic and inkon cut and molded Tyvek; ink on exhibition film, approx. 20" x 24" x 3"
Anthony Falcetta, conflux, acrylic and gypsum compound on panel, 20" x 16"
SaraFine-Wilson, Rickety, Clay, 24x18x14
Mark Franz, Zelda Deforested, Video Game, variable based on screen size
Corinne Fryhle, Network Density, acrylic,computer parts, gold leaf on wood panel, 24" x 24"
Elizabeth Harris, Entanglement 5, Encaustic, graphite, and textile, 24" x 36" x1.5 ", $3,600
Bob Hesse, Vestment II, photo of metal scrapprinted on silk, oiled, and suspended with magnetsfrom rusted hoop, 24x40
Ruth LaGue, Red Rocks Southwest, encaustic, 24 x 24 x 1
Liz LaManche, Hole, Wood, electronics, video, 20" x 24"
jennifer Langhammer, Lichen 2, Ceramic, 7x7x7
Chelsea Revelle, Hothouse, Mixed Media/Assemblage, 16.5X13"
Chelsea Revelle, Like Strings of Broken Lyres, Mixed Media/Assemblage, 16.5X13"
Beverly Rippel, Everlast ( Mother in Pearls),charcoal, encaustic, and green paint on vintage'Everlast' dustpan, rusted wire and nail, 18" x 10" x 3" deep
Marilyn Sherman, Untitled , MonoprintPhotopolymer etching and monotype), 34"h x 26"w
Katie Short, Acquiring Words: Glasses, Glasses Trapped in Glass, 6"x5"x1"
Katie Short, Acquiring Words: Whistle, Penny Whistle Trapped in Glass, 7"x11"x2"
Meg Turner, It is Time to Jump, Mixed Media, 19 _ H x 19 _ W
Meg Turner, Undelivered, Mixed Media, 17 x 26
Dianna Vosburg, Strange Autumn, Clear nail polish on paper, mounted on board
Timothy Wilson, Hard Wave, photograph, 19" x 24"
Timothy Wilson, Sun Legend, photograph, 19" x 24"
Peter Wise, Shock, Digital Photomontage, 8 x 11 in.
Hilary Zelson, Fox Fur Nebula, Colored glitter andacrylic gel medium on stretched canvas, 46 x 42 inches
Dana Mueller, MAY DAYS Untitled 1, Archival pigment print, 20x30"
Artists are scientists. Scientists that don’t need to collide atoms or titrate complex substances in order to cause explosions. Before a paintbrush even graces a blank canvas, or a hand touches an unmarred block of clay, an idea ignites within the mind of a creative. This tiny spark is then acknowledged, nurtured and introduced to the natural world through a medium of their choosing. The transformation may be completed in the flash of an instant, or through long nights and calloused hands, but the process continues until the original intent is fully realized or an entirely new one is given life. The artists of Visual Alchemy not only represent the output of creative thought and unsinkable passion, but their collective presence enlivens a once barren landscape and introduces the viewer to a new way of seeing.