Ed is the creative genius who established the Gallery that is now the artistic hub for 8 individual artists in Hobe Sound. "After a career in the Insurance industry I found myself becoming burned out and needing another focus." So, Ed listened to his inner voice and, after a lifelong curiosity and enjoyment in art, he enrolled in some classes, "that got me hooked" says Ed, who then took an artis
Glen and Suzan moved to Florida permanently 4 years ago after a lifetime of traveling around the world, much of it on luxury yachts skippered by Glen. They clearly used the time in global beauty spots to hone their photography skills and we are delighted to welcome them as contributing artists to Bridge Road Fine Arts.
Stunning Florida sunset
Wildlife by Suzan
Ray Reiland is both a master Wood Turner and a Sculptor. He started out making leather goods, then gravitated toward wood turning following a inspirational demonstration in the early 80s. Ray joined Gold Coast Woodturners, where he won several awards over the years.
The woods he works with are donated from local tree trimmers and many varieties are available including Mahogany, Norfolk Island
When you start a project with one of the logs you never truly know what you will get. The color may vary from dark to light there may be knots and the grain can be plain to wild and beautiful. Because of these variations you must work with what nature gave us.
Butterfly Wood Bowl
Ray says his goal is to arrive a something that is unusual, useful and beautiful - we think he achieved that here with this beautiful wooden butterfly bowl.
Carol Kepp was educated at the Cleveland Inst of Art and Cleveland Ad School. Carol returned to fine art and is teaching art classes and workshops at the Hobe Sound Fine Arts League Gallery and The Artist Nook in Stuart. Working with adults that have a desire to find their hidden talent has brought me much joy.
After moving to the east coast of Florida, she found Ted Goerschner
A 9x12" Canvas Wrap in Oil.
Judi is a recent arrival to the Treasure Coast, originally from UK she moved to Stuart from Bahamas in 2020. The Caribbean bright colors are often reflected in her work. Judi studied fine art at Wimbledon College of Art London, also Southwark Academy. Her vision is to paint the beauty that exists here in Southern Florida. She works mostly in oil and watercolor, occasionally Acrylic.
Path to the Beach - 20x24" Oil.
Deborah Bottorff was raised in southern California. Her many visits to the art scene in Laguna Beach inspired her to pursue a life of creative expression. Her fresh, lively, joyful and original art consists of a bright palette of small, individually-colored, hand-cut foam pieces adhered to a canvas like an unconventional puzzle. Each expressionistic work takes considerable time, but is a thoroughl
Planetary Party - 36 x 36" 3D Foam cut image
Pretty in Pink - 36 x 36" = 3D Foam Board
Keith Christiansen is passionate about pottery, and has been making pots ever since junior high! He loves to make ceramic heart shaped pottery on his wheel which he hand glazes and fires to Cone 6. Each piece is then food safe and microwaveable.
A ceramic art piece doubles as a paperweight in this playful large piece
Bright Color and a Big Heart!
Cynthia Cooper is Hobe Sound's premier picture framer, she is also an original and beautiful artist that specializes in Acrylic paintings of clear turquoise waters and Islands that transport the viewer to a relaxing space away from life's daily challenges.
White sand beaches to the right of the picture, and overhead a thunderous purple cloud yet elsewhere this painting is the picture of tranquility
Water Meets the Sky
A relaxing day in the sun - original acrylic by Cynthia
Clarke recently moved to the Treasure Coast from Annapolis, Maryland. Her beautiful atmospheric oil paintings glow with an inner light. She began painting when she was young and studied at the Corcoran School of Art. After a career as a financial analyst and writer, she is again focusing on her painting.
Sea Birds sail over a choppy sea, overhead cumulus clouds are tinted with yellow, pinks and mauves, the colors of sun and rain. 24x20" oil on canvas