Randy Morales

US Navy veteran turned artist Randy Morales creates pop and street culture-inspired pieces in an expressive graphic visual language, imbued with nostalgia. His choice of subjects is strongly influenced by his experience of growing up in the 90s. Working through the feeling of being an outsider much of his life, Morales focuses on characters that would be the less ‘obvious’ … Read More

William Fields

Bill grew up among dairy farms, orchards and truck farms.  This rural environment cultivated his love of nature and landscape. At age 8 he got his first camera, a Kodak Brownie box. He was only able to afford to process black and white film. Those early experiences surely imprinted him with a love of monochromatic images and led to his … Read More

Cate Jones

Cate Jones is an award winning actress and indie auteur. Born the youngest of five in Lawton, Oklahoma (a city known for high crime and an army base) she started acting and writing skits for her parents when she was eight years old and knew that’s what she wanted to do. She participated in drama, choir and competed in Fine … Read More

Vincent Vargas

Vincent “Rocco” Vargas was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, California. Vincent enlisted in the US Army and went on to serve 3 combat deployments with 2nd Battalion of the elite 75th Ranger Regiment. In 2009 he became a Federal Agent with the Department of Homeland Security, and was a Medic with the Special Operations … Read More

Mark Labella

Mark Labella, grew up in San Diego, California. His passion for acting began at a young age leading in school musical at the age of 7 despite his parents, being in the medical industry, did not encourage such a career. At end of his sophomore year of high school, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy’s DEP Program (Delayed Enlisted Program) … Read More

Andy Ray Marquez

Andy Ray Marquez is a proud husband, father, and woodworker. He is a purple heart recipient who served as a marine in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Music provided an outlet when it came to dealing with post traumatic stress. In 2017 Andy received a  BA in philosophy from CSUSB. Shortly after he decided to build mixed media sculptures. As an emerging … Read More

Lindsay “Bones” Cordero

Lindsay “Bones” Cordero is currently an officer in the United States Air Force and graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy where she got an education in absolutely nothing art related. Self-trained and self-representing, Bones is working on writing and illustrating children’s books and as of 2021 is an official Art-O-Mat artist. In 2019 Bones focused her art on mental … Read More

Zachary Sipos

Zachary Sipos served in the Navy for 4 years as a Master At Arms. He is a jazz guitarist, guitar instructor, and Music Therapist. After being honorably discharged from the Navy, he has played alongside noted professionals within the Jazz community. It was after his time in the Navy that he realized the importance of music in life, thus discovering … Read More

Mike Torma

Mike Torma artworks are pieces that echo both the overt charm of the artist’s atelier tradition, and the covert realities of his twenty-five years of military service, from Viet Nam through the first Iraq war. Throughout, he marries classical and contemporary methods, palettes, and themes. About Mike’s Military Career Rank: Brigadier General, USAF Medical Corps, Retired. Last served: Command Surgeon … Read More

Arthur Fager

Arthur (Art) Fager is a Retired US Army Major and Combat Veteran with 24 years of service. He is a native of Southern Illinois and was raised on a small family farm near Murphysboro, IL. Arthur has always loved taking pictures, but in the spring of 2020 finally took a photography class to learn how to really use his camera. … Read More