Please note our CircleShow/EarthSpeak Gallery page is currently undergoing some construction. 
The works of many artists are still being added.
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The Works of Sarina Dorie

Sarina Dorie is a native of the Pacific Northwest, where she has long enjoyed taking in the sights of nature. After graduating from PNCA with a degree in illustration and then teaching English in South Korea, Sarina earned a Master’s in education from PSU. She has taught art as an artist in resident, a SUN school teacher and as a full-time elementary and middle school teacher. After moving to Japan, she taught English for two years. Sarina currently shows locally and Internationally and her illustrations have been published in various magazines and publications.

The Works of Sarah Rehfeldt

Sarah Rehfeldt is a recent Pushcart nominee and author of Somewhere South of Pegasus, a collection of image poems. She has poetry published and/or forthcoming in Border Crossing, Presence Journal and Appalachia Magazine. Sarah lives with her family in western Washington where she is also an artist and photographer. Her book can be purchased from her photography web pages at:

Read Sarah's Accompanying Poems Here.


The Works of W. Jack Savage

W. Jack Savage is a retired broadcaster and educator. He is the author of seven books including Imagination: The Art of W. Jack Savage

To date, more than fifty of Jack’s short stories and over seven-hundred of his paintings and drawings have been published worldwide. Jack and his wife Kathy live in Monrovia, California.


The Works of Ashley J. Velon

A Chicago native, Ashley's life has taken her all over the country and parts of Europe. As a result, her work is an ever-evolving process that reflects the people and places she has been fortunate enough to meet along the way. 

Learn more about her and her work at  

The Works of Christopher Woods

Christopher Woods is a writer, teacher and photographer who lives in Houston and in Chappell Hill, Texas. His play, MOONBIRDS: A Play in the Desert, was produced in New York City by Personal Space Theatrics.