Dee Schaad: Tipping the Sacred Cow

Dee Schaad: Tipping the Sacred Cow
Recently Dee Schaad has concentrated on earthenware. The pieces are all one-of-a-kind, tongue in cheek, figurative pieces based on history, myth and current events. Many have a story to go with the piece. They are made of white earthenware, stained and detailed with colored englobes and glazes. They are then fired to 1850 F. They are again fired with metallic lusters. All are fired multip...
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Dawn Adams: Midwest Waters

Dawn Adams: Midwest Waters
The paintings of Dawn Adams always depict bodies of water–at times vast and broad across an entire horizontal plane and at times traveling circuitously and quietly through marsh reeds. Her imagery is deliberately fixated on water and its surrounds because in her time of crisis, when her teenage son died in an accident, she found some solace in the fluid materiality of water–that it shifted its...
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Sandy Taylor: Paintings from the Well

Sandy Taylor: Paintings from the Well
Sandy Taylor (1937—2016) was an important, ever-present participant in the evolution of Bloomington’s art scene for many decades. As a professional flutist, she was a lauded performer, teacher, and composer. As a visual artist, Sandy at first worked two-dimensionally with multiple paint media and collage and later had a successful career designing and fabricating jewelry of simple geometric co...
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Vessels

Vessels
Larry Spears Larry Spears's personal involvement in creating pottery spans over forty years of working with clay. Basically, he makes pots. Larry still feels that it is one of the most expressive art mediums. The shapes he uses have been evolving over the past four decades. He continually analyzes and formulates constant changes when developing his ever-expanding glaze palette. Many of his ...
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Handmade from the Heart

Handmade from the Heart
Holiday Show Shop local this holiday season and help to support the vibrant Bloomington community. Our annual holiday show highlights work from local Bloomington artists that you can then share with your friends and loved ones, knowing that each piece is handmade and from the heart. Opening Receptions: Friday, November 25th, during The Canopy of Lights Friday, Decem...
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Visual Meditations

Visual Meditations
Tom Duffy Tom has always been fascinated by the rich and diverse character of our earth. His goal is to share his perception and visualization of this. Of course he cannot capture reality; rather, as with any artist, he seeks to reveal his perception and understanding of the environment in a way that will stimulate the imagination and emotions of the viewer. The beauty of morning and espe...
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Paper and Stitch: Mixed Media Creations

Paper and Stitch: Mixed Media Creations
Michele Heather Pollock At Lost Lake Studio, Michele Heather Pollock turns her love of paper and stitching into beautiful functional objects and fine art. Her work includes mixed media stitched paper work; mixed media paper sculptures; as well as hand bound books, bookmarks, greeting cards and more. Paper and stitching provide a consistent thread connecting all of her works. Michele hol...
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Keep It Simple: Working with Porcelain

Keep It Simple: Working with Porcelain
Karen Green Stone Pottery Karen’s porcelain and stoneware pottery is wheel thrown, often altered and decorated with thick slip and by carving, appliquéing and incising. She uses fossils, seashells, fabric and kitchen tools for decoration. For color, she applies glaze over glaze, uses wax resist brush decoration and touches up with metallic oxide washes. She also uses local Indiana clay slip...
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May Flowers

May Flowers
Donna Cooney Fabric Art Bowls By Hand Gallery will be highlighting Donna Cooney's petal bowls and other reversible, fabric bowls for the month of May. Opening Reception: Friday, May 6th, 5-8 PM On Display: May 6th - May 28th
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