Links & Resources

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Hoseki Designs – Unique & modern Buddhist Ojuzu/Onenju, Wrist Ojuzu/Onenju and Japanese Kanji Necklaces handcrafted with semi-precious gemstones, sterling silver and other high quality materials by my friend Darcie Kameda. Her work is stunning.

John Chianelli – John is a terrific artist and personal friend. He is a master with clay and is constantly challenging himself by trying new techniques and pushing the limits. Check out his meticulous clay and wood turning.

Judith Enright – Black Leopard Clayware – Sadly, Judith passed has passed away. She is terribly missed. I met Judith through the Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild. I learned a ton from her over the years. Her clay art style was whimsical and fun, but above all, she was a strong minded business woman I will always admire.

Lesley Riley – Lesley Riley says Art is a way of life in her house. ‘I create and show my art so that others can get to know the real me. Through my art I hope to inspire others and share the magic.’

Margie Hodges – Interlace Design – A very talented graphic designer and good friend. You’ll be blown away at her really amazing web icons and GUI work. She’s also a queen of photo compositions.

Michael Bell – Multi-talented, award-winning artist Michael Bell has played a vital role in pioneering the development of the Visual Journaling movement.

Peggy Ann Johnston Studios – Peggy was one of the first artists I met in the Bay Area. As soon as I met her I knew I’d know her a very long time. If I was to name artists who inspire me, Peggy would be at the top of my list. She’s a extremely talented artist and an accomplished teacher. If you have children who would like to learn more about art, or you’re an artist who wants to take classes, I highly recommend Peggy’s classes!

Resources / Artist Directories:

Art . Net – Join fellow artists in sharing art from the source, the artists themselves. Artists helping artists.

ArtChain – A searchable directory of artists, art groups, guilds, galleries and co-ops throughout the US and Canada. Listings are free for art groups and artists.

ArtQuest – Since 1996, ArtQuest has been connecting buyers and sellers of art by email who are located all over the world. Special features include thousands of art works for sale, Links Library, Bulletin Board, Treasure Showcase and many free services. You’ll see art listed by artists, galleries and dealers as well as those collectors who are looking to buy and sell paintings, sculpture, prints and more.

ElectronicCottage Online Arts & Crafts Gallery – Proud to be an exhibiting member of the ElectronicCottage Online Arts & Crafts Gallery!

Wotartist International ArtistDirectory – Browse thousands of the best Contemporary painting , Artists writings , E-cards, and more! Wotartist is a leading comprehensive database of world artists, a gallery space to connect artists from all corners of the world and a showcase of some of the best artists exhibiting on the internet today.

Registered with Copyright Safeguard – 2014 – Register with Copyright Safeguard to provide a notice of your rights and protect your artwork.


LunaGraphica – My graphic design company. It started as just me working freelance from my home in Sunnyvale, CA. As of two years ago, we’ve busted out of the house and moved into a funky office space. We now have 7 wonderful, talented employees sharing the workload. LunaGraphica is a full service advertising and design firm specializing in the entertainment, arts and youth markets. Services include identity development, brochure and flyer design, poster and sign production, branded merchandise and promotional items, illustration, website design, search engine optimization, email promotions and more.

California Mission Guide – My husband and I love the California Missions. So much so that we put together an informational website about them. The designs of the missions still influence California architecture. In a very real sense, California as we know it today would not exist without the foundation of the missions. All 21 of the mission sites can be visited, and most are still in use as churches.