My name is Nancy Bien. I am a California artist and a cello player.
My life as a painter began in music. For all of my adult life, I’ve made a living as a cellist — working my way through college to an MA in performance, followed by a few years playing in a symphony on the east coast, finally coming home to California. I have been an active freelance musician in the San Francisco Bay Area for many years.
Anne Gregory has been making art for 80 years (kindergarten ). Exhibiting every one or 2 years since 1976 in galleries in Sacramento, Davis, Benicia,San Francisco, Seattle, etc.
Taryn’s passion for art has been a part of her since early childhood and has
culminated in a body of work filled with sensation and enigmatic energy.
The artist creates her signature use of the figure with abstract elements through techniques involving lines, texture, and a muted color palette.
Through methods inspired by Abstract Expressionism, Dani Torvik creates in her paintings dreamscapes that integrate visuals gathered from her immediate surroundings, memories from
lived-in environments, impressions of architecture, and references to her own flesh and body. Architectural forms represent her need for structure and balance, and her personal search
for social, geographical, and cultural belonging.
Born in Iran in 1962, Yari Ostovany moved to the United States at the age of 16 and pursued his studies in Art first at the University of Nevada - Reno and then at the San Francisco Art institute where he received his MFA in 1995. He has has exhibited extensively in the United States and internationally.