David Horner

Dave Horner

First Friday Art Walk
August 2021
Dave, a nature and landscape photographer originally from Boston, came to Kansas thinking there would be nothing to photograph. Falling in love with the unexpected beauty he discovered in Kansas, Dave has devoted time to capturing its allure and sharing it with others. His love for Kansas can be seen in his photos of the Flint Hills, sunsets and the old abandoned buildings that show past history of Kansas.

Edward Balda

Edward Balda

First Friday Art Walk – July 2021 Discover Art Downtown at our Artist Reception at NexLynx Gallery of Arts, Friday July 2nd from 5pm to 8pm. View the painting exhibit, “Variations VI” of returning artist, Edward Balda, during our First Friday Art Walk. Edward Balda is an art educator and accomplished artist in the Topeka […]

Pradeep Bangalore

Pradeep Bangalore

First Friday Art Walk
June 2021
Pradeep comes from a family of photographers, which influenced his interest in art. His earlier pursuits included experimenting with a variety of mediums such as oil and watercolor. He also constructs fine art utilizing a blend of cutting-edge laser and computer graphics, which he calls “Lasered Layers”. The 3-D artwork consists of painstakingly assembled multiple layers of intricately laser cut sheets of paper.

Amy Allen

First Friday Art Walk
May 2021
From crafting, drawing, and painting, Amy uses art as a form of self-expression. Working primarily in acrylics, Amy discovered mandalas and the repetitive dot art technique to be very calming during a stressful time in her life. Inspired by an international artist and an author who teaches the technique, Amy learned the skill and has been dot painting mandalas in various forms and scenes since.

Diane Wurzer

First Friday Art Walk
April 2021
Diane is a photographer, focusing on outdoor, natural subjects. She considers herself a photographic artist who enjoys putting her own spin on nature for people who agree we don’t need to set limits on what the world should look like.

Timothy R. Bauer

First Friday Art Walk
March 2021
Color is so essential to Timothy; always drawn to the colors of the landscape, or sky and reflected shadows. By grinding pebbles, shells, etc. and blending them into his paint, he produces an actual pigment for each landscape or portrait he paints, creating a real, tangible link to the environment that enchanted him to it in the first place.