Duby, originally from Seattle, has been sculpting in a studio at Art City in Ventura since 1988. She began her art career in ceramics, but discovered a love for sculpting while teaching ceramics at Santa Barbara City College. Her focus is on modern, abstract and contemporary art. She works in marble, alabaster, onyx, basalt, granite and bronze. Her work is shown and held in collections in Europe and the Americas.
Chris Provenzano has a large sculpture in Ojai called "The Business of Bees". The beautiful Peruvian travertine piece, dedicated to the Ojai citrus industry, is located at the Ojai Valley Business Park on Bryant Circle between 407C and 407 D. Chris also works out of a studio at Art City in Ventura.
Carlyle Montgomery's life-sized California condor sculptor with a young man sculpted into one side is called "Soaring in Stone." The piece was sculpted fro a 9000-lb slab of Belgian marble obtained by Art City founder and sculptor Paul Lindhard. While working on the piece, Carlyle became ill and passed away before it was completed. Many of his artist's friends helped to finish the piece, including JoAnne Duby and Chris Provenzano. The sculpture was dedicated in 1997.