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Donna Beales is a jewelry artist who creates original Celtic-inspired works in silver and gold using an assortment of semi precious and precious stones. DLBeales@gmail.com
Kaye Chard makes functional wheel thrown and hand build pottery. Her glazes are mostly colors from nature. All work is food, dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe. She makes a large selection of pieces. firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a large, scenic, O gauge train display up and running for children to enjoy, as well as studio space open where Bob and Vicki Dyer do glass art and metal art. email@example.com
Sina P. Kurman creates decorative decoy carving and wildlife art. She is actively involved in other mediums in the arts and welcomes the opportunity to share her art with tour goers. 856-935-0648
Salem County Art League will provide supplies for children to try their hand at painting with watercolors.
Salem Community College’s students, faculty and staff will be demonstrating various glass techniques including flameworking and glassblowing, and will have on display a variety of glasswork created at the Center. www.facebook.com/sccgec
Kimberly English is a professional acrylic painter portraying the fields, equipment, and operations of the active agricultural community in southern New Jersey. Realistic rendering that illuminates the often overlooked beauty that exists within farming.Kimberly English is a professional acrylic painter portraying the fields, equipment, and operations of the active agricultural community in southern New Jersey. firstname.lastname@example.org
Leslie Walker creates pocketbooks including large and small bucket bags and cross body bags. She uses repurposed harness leather reins for straps, and occasionally repurposes leather coats for pocketbook bottoms. Leslie also turns silver and silver-plate utensils to turn into jewelry.
Mary F. Styles Harbs creates whimsical art, jewelry, and paintings. Her gift/ice cream shop features art by local artists and art from local Pittsgrove-Elmer Schools. Live entertainment on Saturday by Schalick H.S. Jazz Band. Call for times or follow Sweet Things with Styles on FaceBook for updates. email@example.com
Glass artist creating pendants, frogs, elephants and more. firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Turin is a photographer and author. Emily will be signing her new book, "Herbert Likes Sherbert."
Stained glass, pen & ink, and paintings. LPramov@comcast.net
Janice Chassier says nature inspires ceramic originals that are hand built, sculpted, or thrown on a potters wheel. Magical Obvara Firing process makes magic pots and sculptures. email@example.com
Christina Conte whose paintings and charcoal drawings are about letting go of perfection and embracing mistakes. She has always been fascinated by movement in art and try to incorporate a sense of energy, motion, and emotion in her work through expressive, fluid lines and shapes.
Stop in to tour the facilities and to see an exhibition of work the following invited artists: Jacqualynn Tomasello, Doris Nogueira-Rogers, Fran Crum, Loren Dann, Sofran McBride, Zoungy Kligge, John Zeggert, and Doug Taylor.
Jessica Turin and her mother, Pat Turin, and sister, Antonia Wilkerson, are jewelry artists who create bead embroidered and bead woven jewelry using glass, stone, clay, and metal components. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Rowson works primarily in fired clay. Her sculptures are usually of inspirational women and subjects related to environmental protections. These can include humans and animals. email@example.com Facebook: Mary Rowson
The bulk of Mary Waddington’s art is done locally. It reflects a way of life in rhythm with the natural world and offers glimpses of how our farmers and watermen work the land and waterways to keep alive our heritage. firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard McDermott creates drawings, paintings, and prints inspired by experiences and life on the outer coastal plain. email@example.com
Sheldon Strober returns to the tour with new paintings, photos and prints. His colorful nautical, botanical,and landscape imagery ranges from realism to various forms of abstraction. Strober frequently exhibits in Bucks Co., Philadelphia, and South Jersey galleries. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Wolfe, born and raised in Salem County, is inspired by the natural world and you are given a glimpse of her love for life as she shows you through her paintings. Mary’s first love is oils, but in recent years she has branched out into watercolors and pastels. Stop by site #14 and see her latest works in various mediums. email@example.com Facebook: Wolfe Studios
Bruce Sanville turns flat wood and other medium into larger than life, three-dimensional sculptures inspired by toys and games from years gone by. He also creates wind chimes of various sizes made from recycled material. Don Hart uses a lathe to make a variety of products including spinning tops with fancy engravings.
Diane Driessen focuses her artwork on the natural world in her immediate surroundings. Her recent painted paper collages highlight vegetables as the subject. Instagram: driessenpaperart
Skeff Thomas is a functional and sculptural ceramic artist. He is known for his textural glazes and wood fired vessels. Skeff will be firing his wood kiln during the weekend.
Ann and George Neff will exhibit some of their popular puppets, stages and toy theatres. Adults and children may make simple paper sculpture puppets or play in a toy theatre telling a familiar story. firstname.lastname@example.org
Helene Paxton creates paintings and photography at her studio which is the home of Chapter One Farms, a working horse farm dedicated to rescuing horses. email@example.com
Karla Lehnhoff's love for animals, nature, and color has made her express herself through watercolor. Karla's work is in private collections in the US and abroad. She specializes in equine themes. firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachelle Volpe's work includes photography from South Jersey, the surrounding area, as well as local and East Coast beach photography. She frames most of her own work using upscaled and refurbished frames. email@example.com
Most recently, Sandra Koberlein has been drawn to paint with encaustic because of its ancient history, its uniqueness and the creative challenges it brings. Her artworks are composed of multiple layers, including original drawings, photos, found papers and ephemera. Occasionally, she attachs found objects in creating what she calls constructs. Her images become complex, multi-layered paintings, enticing the viewer into further investigation. firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathleen Fowser and her sister-in-law, Cindy Fowser, started taking metalsmithing classes several years ago at the Delaware Art Museum. It has developed into a passion for both of them. They love the process of taking silver and designing beautiful pieces of wearable jewelry. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Sadowl, artist/singer/songwriter offers jewelry, window hangers, and décor created from beads and sea glass collected at the NJ and DE beaches. New this year is sea glass, decorated driftwood, shells and sea glass angels along with new jewelry designs and acrylic paintings. email@example.com
Annette Devitt is a fiber and watercolor artist. See completed handwoven items and items in progress. Learn how color is an integral part of both her fiber creations and her paintings. firstname.lastname@example.org
William Richards creates beautiful upcycled tables featuring one or all of the following: faux marbelizing, tile or decorative pebble designs, gold gilding, and specialty painting.
A signature member of both the Philadelphia and the New Jersey Watercolor Color Societies, Maria Payer is enthused to present a vibrant visual feast showcasing her most recent watercolors. Come and peruse her lively images made with BRUSH + PAINT! email@example.com
John Greco of GW Pens in Woodstown handcrafts all pens sold in his brick & mortar retail shop on-site, where you can watch as the pens are made. Specializing in historic woods. Custom orders accepted. Facebook: GWPens
Frank and Wes Stubbins are glassblowers who are part of an educational outreach program from WheatonArts, in Millville, NJ. They use traditional glassblowing techniques to create beautiful 19th century style items. firstname.lastname@example.org
Gregg Perry will be demonstrating the art of painting in wood (European marquetry). Cutting demonstrations will take place on a chavelet marquetry donkey (1747). In addition, shading techniques and assemblage will be demonstrated. email@example.com
find Sue Jo's work that started with her interest in botanical art, which requires paying close attention to details of color and natural lines. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Jo is an art enthusiast who always searches for aesthetic beauty and perfection. With some experience in oil painting and photography, recently he is practicing digital painting to achieve versatility. email@example.com
Dana Gayner paints watercolors and acrylics, and works with semi-precious stones to make jewelry. firstname.lastname@example.org 856-935-7934