2nd Annual Silverthorne Fine Arts Festival
July 12, 13, 14, 2019
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Ann Feldmeir- Ceramics
Functional earthenware hand built with pinched coils, slabs cut, reassembled,pinched and paddled. Colors brushed over white then dipped in clear glaze made by artist.
Daniel Marshall- Ceramics
Work is hand-thrown and hand-built porcelain. Each piece is custom glazed and high-fired in a gas kiln.
Kimberly Reed- Glass
Completely made from raw materials, work combines hand sandblasting, hand worked metal, hand painting, traditional leaded glass, hand cut bevels and mirror. Each piece is unique and one of a kind.
Terry & Randy Romanin- Glass
A stained glass mosaic technique,all hand cut, grouted in and trimmed in copper. No patterns, each piece is one of a kind.
Sandy Harris Murphy- Jewelry
Diamonds,precious and semi-precious stones in handcrafted,fabricated designs.Featuring Keumbo,solid 22K and 14K, incorporating hot & cold connections to create 3D wearable works of art.
Renee Ford- Jewelry
Using techniques of hand fabrication, stone setting, in studio casting, the artist creates distinctive art jewelry constructed of gemstones, sterling silver & colors of karat golds.
Donna Kubik- Jewelry
Original designs in sterling silver, 18k gold and rose gold using techniques such as solder, fold form, roller print, forge and polish.
Lacy Weyler- Jewelry
Jewelry is wrought of gold and sterling silver, using hand fabrication and lost wax casting. Lacy often adds matchless hand-cut gemstones to keep exquisite beauty central to each piece.
Mark Van de Bogart- Jewelry
Artist statement: “I hand fabricate my constantly evolving designs using many soldering & polishing operations. I start with USA sheet & wire, SS, 14kt, 18kt white & yellow gold to enhance precious/semi-precious stones.”
Susan Baile- Jewelry
3 sterling silver and/or gold-fill or copper wires are knitted together to create a framework to showcase sterling silver focal elements embellished by fusing, keum boo, granulation & bezeled cabs.
Marianne Hanson- Jewelry
Artist designs & hand forms jewelry from porcelain clay with the use of relief blocks & bright underglazes to create designs on the surface. The process includes 3 kiln firings & 22K white gold trim.
Phillip Hall- Jewelry
Fabricated metals and plastics from raw materials. plastics are carved,laminated,sanded,polished and sometimes heat formed.metals include silver,bronze,copper,brass,aluminmum.
Alison Stern- Jewelry
Using ss and 14kt gold, Alison uses etching, sawcutting, engraving, forming, soldering, and stone setting to create minimalist and very wearable designs.
Jenni Kolczynski- Jewelry
Sterling Silver, 14k Gold, Gold Filled, and Copper - Forged, formed, fabricated & inspired by nature.
Riggs Barr- Metal
Riggs creates bold pieces using mild steel and salvaged architectural elements to celebrate the delicate nature and fragility of the beautiful, natural world around us.
Greg Gowen- Metal
Copper, brass, bronze and steel metals formed and assembled by various welding, spinning, brake, hammer, and bead roalling techniques. Finished with torch flamed and patina colorations.
Meghann Haase- Metal
Reclaimed material creating original wood and metal works of art for any home.
M & J Krob- Metal
Art is created on steel. Welding, grinding, painting & heating techniques are used to create each design & finish. Each piece is final finished in a clear powder coat for added protection and shine.
TJ Thompson- Mixed Media
Oil painting backgrounds with adhesive, self hardening clay sculptures with a coat of copper. creating dimensional paintings.
Nathan Roberts- Mixed Media
Artist Statement: “I create collage art using a variety of found and prepared papers including handmade mulberry washi paper, with the occasional watercolor detail.”
Shara Oliman- Mixed Media
Torn and ripped paper- NO PAINT! Hundreds to thousands of salvaged/sustainably sourced paper pieces recycled to create each analog collage.
Adam Weiss- Metal
Copper patina paintings using various heating influences, natural chemical reactions and grind strokes to bring out coppers endless pallet for coloration. Copper garden sculptures are similarly brazed
Gretchen Borgelt- Painting
Artist statement: “I work with acrylic paint. Sometimes I mix it with a gel medium for added texture. Other times I mix it with water and manipulate its movement on the canvas. My art is modern.”
Phyllis Gunderson- Painting
Artist utilizes high quality oil paint on canvas or board to create paintings with either brush or palette knife
April Murphy- Painting
Acrylics on Canvas with Fluorescent Highlights
Dawn Normali - Painting
Dawn Normali expresses what she sees through her heart onto canvas yielding oil paintings from creativity that flows through her. Impressionistic/Contemporary with oils. Palette knife, and brush.
Jessica Wright- Painting
I throw acrylic paint onto the canvas or drizzle with a chopstick to create multi layered, vivid and modern landscapes.
Jenny Bullard- Painting
MANY layers of dynamic colors brushed, dripped & scratched on canvas to create depth, detail, energy, & curiosity. Paintings on canvas are protected w/gloss varnish. Wood is covered w/epoxy resin.
Karina Johnson- Painting
Acrylic on canvas abstract painting inspired by nature and world travels. Utilizing brushes, rubber tools, cups, and bare hands to create unique shapes in vibrant colors.
Matt Timmermeyer- Photography
Giclee prints traditionally framed behind glass and modern floats up to 96". Everything is framed with gorgeous 3" really wood moulding.
Tim Zandee- Photography
Giant high end pieces on metal or wood. No manipulation is used.
Michael Lamers- Photography
Multi-row panorama technique gives the print extreme detail allowing me to print up to 10 ft. Photographs printed by artist on a transparent layer and face mounted onto acrylic. Editions from 10-250
Dale Malmedal- Photography
Images primarily captured on film. Laminated fine art prints and direct prints to substrate materials.
Rich Hughen- Photography
Artist statement “I attempt to replicate in my photography what I saw and felt as I took the photograph. Painters do this very well on canvas - so I feel good when someone asks me, “Is that a picture or a painting?””
Tom Heywood- Photography
Photographic fine art prints including; prints on metal using die sublimation, wrapped canvas, mated prints on archival paper, select framed pieces with custom fine art frames, custom orders available
Tobias Steeves- Photography
Artist Statement: ‘I am a artistic photographer who primarily focuses on the Macro world. I do minimal photo editing, & sell prints on acid-free, archival matting; high-quality frames w/ museum quality glass.’
Brad Carlin- Photography
PASSION for Nature & Photography; a hidden outdoors-man; film for 20 years, digital for 6; archival limited edition photographic, metal & canvas prints, 3" black or rustic barn-wood frames, uv glass
Tyler MacDonald- Photography
Fine Art Nature and wildlife photography, taken in both color and black-white.
Josh Mitchell- Photography
Pigment originals, small # editions, museum approved inks and coating, archival USA canvas, fine art papers. Printed by Josh Mitchell. I use snow, rain, sandpaper, lighter fluid on prints then redo!
Ron Emig- Sculpture
Both bronze and fired clay sculpture in the western and wildlife genre
Carlos Moseley- Sculpture
Collected stones are used to create natural rock art that is nature's gift. Flint, fossils & river rock are used. Special adhesive is used to transform rock color pallets to a canvas of stone or wood.
Jerry Locke- Sculpture
A variety of natural stone is cut, finished, and assembled to create three dimensional mountain landscape. Natural colors and textures of stone take the viewer on a journey into the mountains.
Anthony Prodzinski- Sculpture
We use natural stone that is native to Colorado, and etch garden plaques by sandblasting then painting and sealing. We also handcarve birdbaths with various tools, and seal the bowl with beeswax.
Tina Hospers- Wood
3D Wood Shadow Boxes are hand drawn scenes then redrawn on computer. We hand sand and stain each piece of wood, then precision laser etched and cut. The final work is assembled, glued, lacquered.
David Savage- Wood
Unique pieces of driftwood and found wood from lakes ,rivers and forests are transformed into wall art,sculptures and lighting. Turquoise inlay and hand rubbed oils make each piece one of a kind
Steve Germaine- Wood
Lathe-turned fine craft and fine art made using domestic and exotic hardwoods. Work is generally serene, quiet, and organic. I also use texture, color, fire, stone and metal inlay in my work.
Douglas Glascock- Wood
Hand shaped bowls,vases,masks,boxes other sculptures made from burls and driftwood and inlaid with semi precious stones
Larry Hughes- Wood
Upcycled diverse woods around the world are cut into small segments and transformed into unique bowls & vases. No dyes are used to alter the natural colors provided by mother nature.
Brian Sykes- Wood
Woodturning /carving, different styles; segmented & one piece cons't, burl woods with embedded turquoise, hollow forms, wall tiles, small tables, lamps, all natural colors
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