Art is my escape and my window of introspection. It allows me and those whom view it a moment of peace and wonderment. My works are a manifestation of my curiosities, desires, and a compulsion to create and tell stories, I love when my works expose my audiences to something they may or may not have seen and can be interpreted in more than one way.
Diana Michelle earned her degrees in Biology and Fine Art from the University of Arkansas. She is a recipient of the Arkansas Committee of the National Museum of Women Scholarship. She has taught photography and Photoshop for the last twelve years in Northwest Arkansas. She displays her photography through Art Ventures Gallery, Art Collective Gallery, and Lane Foster Fine Art. Diana is currently working on the documentary film “It’s No Secret” with local musician and yogi, Paul Summerlin. The film is about mental health, spirituality and nature.
Sally Ball is a multi-media artist with over two decades of experience as a professional artist and instructor. She works in a variety of materials and techniques, ranging from traditional methods of working with fibers, metals, and paint, to more contemporary approaches in which these processes overlap and blend. Ball is inspired by science, math, and nature for the creation of her works and brings a love of process to all her artmaking endeavors. Her works have been seen previously at Poor Richard’s Art in Rogers and The Birdcage Gallery in Eureka Springs, as well as at Café 211 in Bentonville as part of the Fine Art of Craft exhibit in 2017. Ball was also a juried artist for Art on the Creeks in 2016 and 2017, and Art on the Border in 2018, 2019, and for 2022. In addition to selling her works of art, Ball has taught felting and the fiber arts, as well as jewelry classes in Arkansas and Texas for the last several years.