Rebekah Bogard was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming where she lived until she was 27 years old. As a child, her parents would take her to work with them every day where she was given a desk along with all the paper, tape and glue that she wanted. She thoroughly enjoyed spending her time drawing and making the next big project. Even at home, she spent most of her time creating artwork. Animals were a natural source of inspiration as she always had plenty of pets on hand.
Natasha’s love of jewelry began at an early age, selling puka shells in Waikiki Beach, Hawaii. Over 25 years later, with her husband Rudy, their passion for jewelry still continues. They have travelled around the globe to find beautifully hand crafted jewelry and gemstones. She personally finds distinctive collections that are unique, exotic and affordable.
Brian Raszka is interested in mysteries, myths, legends and lore. He uses the mythical figures, legends, demons in his art to reflect what he sees happening in the world around him. These mysteries and myths are part of collective consciousness, come from us and reflects who we are. He mixes and matches characters, throw them in a cocktail shaker and see what comes out.
Sculptural constructivist work identifies Elaine Jason’s artwork but does not explain the layers and the relationship that connects her work to life. The forms and structures that hold together the places where one lives and works relate to the layering of the events that form lives. The architectural components in much of her work are not intended as mere abstract forms, but a way in which she relates to life and space.
Envirusment was formed in Spring of 2009 in Reno, Nevada. Jeff Stewart former guitarist for Bay Area Thrash Band, ‘Annilation’ joined Kyle Chambers and Shawn Sariti former members of ‘Brant and created a sound that is heavily influenced by early thrash metal but with a modern edge.
Jacqui Isensee was born in Van Nuys, California and grew up in Las Vegas Nevada where she met and married her husband, Skip. They had four children who grew up at Lake Tahoe. While taking art classes to enhance her ceramics, she fell in love with painting and promptly traded her kiln and glazes in for canvas and paints. Now Jacqui paints impression and abstract paintings in oils.