The self-taught, Hong Kong-born Alameda oil painter favors Cézanne and van Gogh.
An Oaklander heads to Germany temporarily, her focus keenly on humanity and human rights.
The Alameda artist likes to bring the world home.
Her sculptures, functional pieces, and glass paintings are impressionistic reflections of life experiences.
Deborah and Charlie Sullivan are a couple with different artistic styles.
Nondigital printing finds popularity in Oakland rooted in a Mills College book art program that may fall by the wayside.
An Alameda artist turns to the subjects of his subconscious to star in his works.
An Alameda oil portraitist picks her palette before her subject.
An East Oakland artist lays the groundwork for myths and the future with murals as his canvases for storytelling throughout the city.
The day-to-day grind of being a full-time maker involves wearing many different hats and constantly evolving and changing your work: Getting comfortable is your worse enemy.