Our Members

Chaparral Artists is home to creative individuals of all artistic styles and mediums of choice. Many of our members found their voice in the perfect medium for them, while others enjoy multiple mediums!

We want to be there for one another and we are happy to share our experiences and lend advice where we can. To do this, we invite our members to share their biographies, artistic adventures, or wax eloquent about why they chose their favorite medium.​ These stories and other information about our membership will be shared on this page.


Please click on the hyperlinked text above to access our Member List. This page is home brief information about our members and biographical information for those participating. 


Acrylic Painters


Colored Pencil Artists

Charcoal and Graphite Artists

Digital Designers

Fabric Sculptors


Oil Painters

Oil Pastel Artists

Pen & Ink Artists


Soft Pastel Artists

Stained Glass Creators




With the help of participating venues, we feature members of Chaparral Artists for free at the Desert Hills Presbyterian Church and at the Center for Healthy Generations. Follow the hyperlinked title to enjoy past featured artists.


November 2022

Kathy Miller is sharing her beautiful photography at the Center for Healthy Generations in Yucca Valley for the month of November into December. Nancy works in ceramic and shared the most loveable hanging designs and creatures, each created using different textures and painting techniques that make the designs beautifully unique from each other.

Julianne Koza is sharing her photography with us at the Desert Hills Presbyterian Church in Yucca Valley during the month of November and into December.

Show your support by visiting these venues and enjoying beautiful creations! For more information about these venues, visit the Schedule page. For more information about these artists visit the Members page and search for their name.



We were better for knowing them while we could, and these past members will never be forgotten! Follow the hyperlinked title above to visit the Remembrance page.