Juliette Ripley-Dunkelberger makes human’s invisible inner workings come alive in clay. Translating physical and emotional sensations into visual representations that confront or comfort the viewer, her work may make you contemplate or question your understanding. Mrs. Ripley-Dunkelberger shows work at the Columbia City Gallery in Seattle and Kirkland Arts Center. An active artist for over thirty years, she has international collectors and has spoken about her work in both China and South Africa. She enjoys working with others through collaborative work and curation of shows. She is also a creativity expert who consults with and trains both individuals and organizations to empower innate creativity and drive innovation.
William Raines' work explores a diverse array of themes including philosophy, activism, psychology, and much more. He uses various techniques like collage and impasto to portray captivating images that inspire discussion and contemplation.
William Raines mostly works in 2D visual art, but he began exploring 3D media in 2021 and aims to continue that work in following artistic pursuits.
June Sekiguchi is a pattern-based artist who makes sculptures, installations and public art using primarily a scroll saw to cut patterns. Her public art can be seen at SeaTac Airport, and she is working on commissions for Glacier Middle School in Buckley, Washington and the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas. June is a curator for Era Living and is represented by ArtXchange Gallery in Seattle.