My first showing in 2018! Many new gourds will be on view (and for sale, of course). This year I’ve experimented with felting and incorporated some with my gourds. Thanks to Robbin Firth of Heartfelt Silks who taught me upwolfing as seen on “Dancing Circles”.
A few of my latest gourds you can see at the Powderhorn Art Fair this coming weekend. I’ll be at Booth #78 this year, which is a change from previous years. Hope to see you there! August 5th from 10:00-6:00, August 6th from 10:00-5:00
Coming this weekend, August 5th-6th! Stay tuned for new gourd photos!
Thanks to all of you who purchased gourds from me this weekend! Because of you I was able to send the following environmental organizations 10% of my proceeds each day: Earth Justice – $20 Sierra Club – $50 The Nature Conservancy – $20
Art-a-Whirl is happening this weekend. Hope you can stop by the Casket Arts Carriage House in the lobby of the 3rd floor to see some of my most recent work! Friday, 5:00-10:00 Saturday, 12:00-8:00 Sunday, 12:00-5:00
I think we can safely say winter is behind us! I am excited about the warmer weather, gardening again and art fairs! And I can now do all my messy creative work – cutting, sanding and carving – in the comfort of my own garage! In the winter, I work in the basement of Homewood …
November 3rd- November 28th! Painting & drawing, photography, carved and embellished gourds, two and three-dimensional work, sculpture, letterpress and woodblock printing, altered books and more are all possibilities for this show by some amazing artists! The watchword for this show: Collaboration – among our studio mates, with other artist friends, with our community. I’ll have new gourds – …
Come see our “Water Movement” show at the Hudson Hospital on Friday, November 13th from 6-8 p.m. Works also by Deborah Foutch and Maris Gilbert. Also on view, are selected works by my husband, Jack Mader and friend, Mieko Yamazaki, from their show “Within from Without”. Hope you can make it!
The three of us: Kristen Treuting, Maris Gilbert,& Deborah Foutch have a new show up in the public spaces of the Hudson Hospital. There will a reception in mid November. You will all be invited!
Melvin thought he was going to be a moose, until he got his antlers. Now he’s confused – is he a deer? When he looks in the mirror he also wonders if he is a donkey… Anyway, he is excited to be going to Powderhorn Art Fair this weekend! Maybe he’ll see you there!