|Patricia Bennet||Gavin Brooks||Claude Buckley||Osvaldo Colon||Gene Costanza|
|Judy Hintz Cox||Dylan Critchfield||Holland B. Cunningham||Melissa Dickenson||Cynthia Eddings|
|Jim Forner||Barbara Gruber||Judeth Pekala Hawkins||Helen Hilliard||Phyllis Hollands-Robinson|
|Robert Knudsen||Ben Marcin||Liza Hathaway Matthews||Carol Mitchell||Lat Naylor|
|Marian Pacsuta||Christine Picard||John Brandon Sills||Tremain Smith||Mary Swann|
Barbara Gruber’s paintings and drawings are about light, color, air, touch and the experience of painting. They are painted directly from life, and they are about looking, about the particular vibration that occurs when one specific color is placed next to another. They speak to the abstract nature of vision, the way our eyes see in pieces of color and shape.