Alex Mann

Alex Mann is a designer based in Washington State, currently living in Spokane. He approaches design as an augmentation of human experience through real and virtual artifacts. His work spans architecture, environmental design, print and digital media, and systems design.

Austin Stiegemeier

Austin was raised in Rathdrum, Idaho and educated in the Pacific Northwest. He holds a BFA in Painting and Printmaking from Western Washington University and a MFA from Washington State University.

Don and Julia are destination photographers located in downtown Spokane, Washington, but wandering the globe documenting love stories. The couple specializes in wedding, portraits, events, headshots, commericial, arts, and astronauts.

Don & Julia Derosier

In 2012, CarliAnn Forthun received her BFA in dance and minor in kinesiology from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC. CarliAnn has had the pleasure of presenting and performing work through On the Boards’ 12 Minutes Maxx, Seattle International Dance Festival, Inlay Dance, Velocity Dance Center’s Strictly Seattle, and with her own company, Forthun+Rome Dance Theater; and performed works by Noam Gagnon, KT Niehoff, Rob Kitsos, Marla Eist, Cyrus Khambatta, Holly Logan, Samantha Weissbach Williams, and Ashleigh Miller over the years. In addition to performing, she is passionate about teaching, creating, and producing dance.

CarliAnn Forthun

Chris Bolduc’s medium is brush and India ink on bristol board. Chris’s work illustrates a world of biological fantasy that looks into a shadowy world of occult botanical lore, fabled specimens, magical transformations, and ritual experimentation.

Chris Bolduc

Mallory Anne Davis

Mallory Anne Davis resides in Spokane, WA, a designer & artist, she has recently worked in mixed media installations. She has a degree in Theatre from Eastern Washington University and is in constant pursuit of a good story.

Michaelanne Foster graduated with honors earning a BA in Art History and Studio Art from Willamette University. She was commissioned to create artwork for the Spokane Symphony's "The Music of Harry Potter" and Igor Stravinsky's "Firebird." Michaelanne was a freelance illustrator for the Inlander and worked with Spokane Arts to create various public displays, participating in projects which mentored and inspired young artists. Michaelanne passed away September 19, 2017.

Michaelanne Foster

Reinaldo Gil Zambrano

Reinaldo Gil Zambrano is an award-winning printmaking artist based in Spokane from Caracas, Venezuela. From an early age, RGZ began collecting unique stories from random social encounters that highlight the common aspects of the human identity that later enriched the visual narratives of his drawings and relief prints. Reinaldo is currently an adjunct instructor in the art department at Eastern Washington University and member of the Saranac Art Projects. After leaving the RAC, Reinaldo co-founded Spokane Print Publishing Center.

Born in Spokane, WA (1986), Tamalin Baumgarten paints quiet landscape scenes with a tonal, melancholic realism. She received her MFA from New York Academy of Art in 2015 and her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in 2010. She has been the recipient of several awards, including two Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant Awards, the Portrait Scholarship Award from the New York Academy of Art, the Dahesh Museum of Art Award, and the Vermont Studio Center grant award. She is also the Co-founder and Director of the Cuttyhunk Island Artists’ Residency, located on Massachusetts’ Cuttyhunk Island, the inspiration for many of her paintings.

Tamalin Baumgarten