Eva's work sets the agenda, making you pause, think, and search your own perspective. Sharp forms obscured by intense splatter and lines create a dialogue between the abstraction and the viewer, drawing into a relationship.
Macarena's sculptures fold and protrude with beautifully sourced materials. Each object is crafted with the highest quality materails, and balances a conversation with its beholder.
Betina's use of natural colors and eye catching poses form innately beautiful compositions.
Rawles' work capture beautifully illustrated humans in the most authentic form. Floating with esteemed grace, these figures capture an elegance that we feel our AUDRA women carry as well.
Inspired by her strength from personal struggles, Morris chooses to focus on the hopefulness and vibrancy of life.
While predominantly nature inspired, Brigitte's paintings are driven by a sense of place while alluding to the nostalgia of time passed and life's impermanence.
Utilizing contrasting saturations, rich textures, and personal elements, Erin’s waterprints create a beautifully intimate space. One that brings you into a peaceful but a vibrant shell.
The concept of finding and seeking in Nelson’s work is whimsical and curious. The artistic and creative process affords boundless opportunities to let an idea unravel in the most magical ways, often unknown at first thought.
Thiessen's utilization of contrast and power-plays of color evoke passion and consciousness.
The natural fluidity in color and shape mimic those of milled textiles, guided from loom and taking form into silhouettes.
Benvenuto’s use of line, controlled strokes, and a color palette inspired by her home heritage shows a humble pride; beautifully presented within all her works
Gregory’s work addresses the contrariety between solid and fluid. Similarly, we’re constantly navigating the intersection of the feminine and masculine. What may seem as two poles at odds, are dichotomies coming into focus with each other.