Artist Kristy Hughes will be a 2022-2023 Visual Arts Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown from October 2022 - April 2023.
Jacci will be presenting at the Annual Glass Art Society Conference in Tacoma, WA May 18-21st. She'll be making a mold of a new mystery object! This conference brings together over 100 presenters from 17 nations to share ideas on making, collecting, and educating.
Chashama’s upstate artist residency located in the Hudson Valley since 2006. Follow the link to see Kristy and the other May 2022 residents work from ChaNorth.
With a generous grant from the Great Meadows Foundation, Teri was able to travel to the Baltimore Museum of Fine Art to see the Joan Mitchell Retrospective.
Teri Dryden has work in the National Collage Society's Small Format Exhbition. The collages are on view from April 8 - June 25, at the Summit Art Space in Akron, Ohio.
"Carborundum Printmaking workshop I am teaching at Hugo Anaya’s wonderful Printshop in Guanajuato, Mexico."
Caitlin Cartwright is a social change artist. Her work is a combination of huge pops of color with painting, drawing and collage. Her work is a great example of using your personal stories to create a sense of connection and community. Join us as we discuss her exciting travels, her artistic journey and how it all shows up in her work.
American painter Caitlin Cartwright discusses how her world travels - especially three years spent in Africa - have inspired her art.
Art for Life 2021 gallery.
This exhibition celebrates the recent works of Columbus-based artist Bamazi Talle. The paintings on display center around the calabash, a gourd important to his Togolese heritage. Cultivated in West Africa for thousands of years as an essential crop, the calabash has spiritual and cultural significance to many. Talle injects his own deeply personal associations with the calabash to reflect on loss, rebirth, and the COVID-19 pandemic.