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Each April, RiverArts celebrates the community’s long tradition of environmental conservation by hosting an Earth-themed exhibit. Artists and poets are invited to submit work reflecting on the themes of taking care of and celebrating the Earth for this judged and juried show. Both of Scott’s entries were accepted: “Peace Upon the Earth (2019)” and “Gathering Storm (2018)”
Deborah Kommalan is happy to announce that she has been picked up by Tim Faulkner Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky. They are located at 991 Logan Street in Louisville. Within walking distance of the Logan Street market, this area is a renewed location.
Chris Fowler’s photograph Bibliotek has been accepted into the 2020 National Juried Exhibition of the Delaplaine Arts Center in Frederick, MD. Given the current Covid-19 situation, the actual dates of the show–and whether it will be online only–have yet to be determined.
It’s been an exciting year in Shatz’s studio. she is continuing to work in ceramic sculpture, producing wall sculptures and small 3D figures. Her other focus is on paintings, employing a shaped canvas technique.
“I create a shaped sculptural form that I adhere to the painted canvas, combining a 3D effect on a 2D surface. Color has become an exciting friend. So in this new strange period of self isolation, I am continuing to develop my work, as well as photographing and videoing the work for internet transmission. I hope you enjoy this preview of my work. You can see the sculptures and more paintings on my website”
Click here for Jayne Shatz’s website
Richard Paul Weiblinger
Two of Weiblinger’s pieces were selected from over 680 pieces, in the Hill Center Gallery, this show is on exhibition until June 12, 2020
“I have a small test kiln, enameling kiln, precious metal clay kiln, many names, the same thing. small kiln with new elements and an external pyrometer. FREE!!!!! emptying more stuff from my studio and would like to donate rather than toss!”
If interested email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MFA Jan Kirsh
Kirsh’s online store featuring the first pieces of 3D printed jewelry has gone LIVE.
Each piece has been meticulously designed to represent my sculpture on a smaller scale. It is her hope that the new line appeals to all ages and styles, including anyone who loves fashion, art and the beauty of Mother Nature!
MFA Tim Stephens