Gallery One presents a video series focusing on local artists and makers in Ellensburg, central Washington, and beyond.

Paul Rucker

Paul discusses his work from the Rewind Exhibition at Gallery One.

Cynthia Krieble

Cindy talks about her approach to painting and where the inspiration for her intricate landscapes come from.

Julie Prather

Julie has been an artist and dancer for most of her life. Working in both glass and photography, Julie shares her story and her skills along with her beautiful artwork.

Robin Mayberry

Robin was our featured artist at Paint Ellensburg a few years ago. Hear her describe her beautiful fabric work.

Jason Clifton & Roy Fusfield

Using sacred geometry, spray paint, stencils and lots of skill, these artists create works that illuminating and mind-bending.

Nancy Worden

Learn about the beautiful metal work and jewelry Nancy creates.

Howard Barlow

This Ellensburg artist collaborates with his wife, Lorraine Barlow, to create work that is personal and poignant. Hear their story.

Lance Davis

Lance is a student in our Art After School program. In this video he shares a piece that was on display during our annual exhibit of kids’ art.

Marty Blackson

Get the behind-the-scenes scoop on how Marty develops his fun stop-motion music videos using props and animation figures.

Ben Oblas

Ben is a skilled woodworker who’s been known to dabble in cigar-box guitars. He also made the beautiful wood pedestals you can find at Gallery One. He talks about his life as a maker.

George Rodriguez

Ceramics is a passion for this Seattle-based sculptor. Get some insights into his work.

Philippe Pirrip

Take a tour of Philippe’s “sewn” paintings with color, pattern and even zippers. Find out what inspires his work.

Alexander Chitungo

This artist from Zimbabwe carves stone Shona sculptures. Learn about the materials and techniques needed to develop a work of art out of rock.

Cindy Deck

Cindy is a master at the wheel. Her ceramic vessels can be seen at the Ellensburg Farmer’s Market. Learn more about her process.

Funding for Volume 2 of the “I Made This” series has been generously provided by the Washington State Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.