Don works mainly in large format oil portraits.
Don is this month's featured artist.
My current endeavor, referred to as
The Pulp Fiction Creation series, is dubbed this because the medium was primarily paper, although, through experimentation
it has grown to encompass many other materials as well.
Dorothy finds substantial influence and inspiration from nature that guides her creative side in ceramic art.
A life long artist, Nancy has worked with oils, watercolor, and most recently alcohol inks creating beautiful florals and landscapes.
Jamie Hicks is a painter living and working in Carroll County. Oil painting is Jamie's main medium with occasional mixed media surprises thrown in. Jamie's latest works are inspired from single forgotten moment in time found in vintage photographs.
Luis works mainly in large format acrylic landscapes and abstracts.
My mother instilled the love of photography in me. I mostly photograph landscape, trees, and interesting sights. I like the way light and darkness play with each other. I usually do not edit my pieces so what I see is what you get! I love printing in unusual methods--canvas and metal for example.
Beverly Seese was a Home Economics and Music teacher on the West Coast before moving to Delphi 25 years ago. She works mostly with fabric and fiber art; quilts, knit ornaments, suede, and beads.
An artist since childhood, Arlene has fin-tuned her skills through classes with Famous Artists School and Purdue University. She creates 2D art in a variety of mediums on a variety of surfaces.
As a seamstress and knitter, I have always been drawn to cloth and fiber. Weaving allows me to combine these passions. I play with fibers, colors and weave structures to create handwoven items for your home as well as pieces for your wardrobe.
An artist with a wide range of skills, Kathy works extensively with clay and pottery, as well as acrylics, colored pencil and watercolor.
Elaine Todd's new passion began with her step-daughter's fabulous collection of semi precious stones and her encouragement to "just try it". One hundred plus pendants later Elaine's style is emerging. She calls it, "Let the Stones Speak". Come see if you agree
A retired Art and French teacher, Wyndham has encouraged many students to pursue their passion for the arts. She exhibits beautiful weavings and scarves of hand-spun wool as well as custom jewelry.