ABOUT US

Rain Spark Gallery is a group of professional artists who exhibit their work seasonally in person and year-round through this website.  Member artists work cooperatively to curate, run, and maintain the gallery.  As experts in our own fields of fine arts and crafts, we support and promote each other in all of our artistic endeavors.

We invite you to explore our varied collections of art created in ceramics, metal, fiber, glass, paper, paint, photography and more.  Find unique gifts for friends and family as well as decorative and functional works of art for yourself and your home.  

 

Many members offer artwork for purchase directly through this website.  Other members accept inquiries and orders by referral. See artists’ pages to find pieces currently available in our online store plus links to each artist for additional works of art.  When you make a purchase by referral, please let the artist know that you found their artwork through Rain Spark Gallery.  Thank you for supporting our artists year-round.  

 

Twenty guest artists joined Rain Spark Gallery members for the 2021 holidays.  Their creative talent and cooperative efforts contributed greatly to the gallery’s success.  Information about 2021 guest artists is available upon request.

Member Debby Neely recently reflected on our creative processes and products:

Why RSG Artists Create

Scraps of paper become magical boxes, note pad covers and leaves with poetry.


Rocks and stones “flow” into sensual sculptures.
 

Canvas secrets become visible as octopuses, landscapes, seascapes, petroglyphs, and classic autos.
 

Cotton, silk and wool transform into colorful quilts, jackets, scarves, hand towels, vests, pillows, rugs, animals, gnomes and wall hangings.
 

Wood hides lacy bowls, tall vases, game boards, woodcut masters, spoons and charcoal for drawing ballet dancers.
 

Clay is rolled, turned, stamped and pinched into cups, mugs, bowls, vases, faces, ornaments, flowers and animals for your zoo.
 

Iron is forced to become plant holders, fern leaves, trellises, and garden art.
 

Glass is heated and shaped into new bowls, vases, window ornaments, table tops, magnets and paper weights. 
 

Stuff, yes stuff, waits in buildings and piles of trash for the artist to make flocks of sheep.

Wax is heated and flows into colorful wall art. Silver and beads are shaped and arranged to adorn the wrist, neck and ears bringing joy. Plastic bags are cut and woven into vessels.

 

Everything was once something else, made anew because an artist wondered,
 

 “What if……. ?”.