The Fall 2021 Artists
Click any of the images below to view the work of our wonderful 2021 artists for our October 16 & 17 event.
Kaye Chard makes functional pottery, both wheel thrown or hand built. Her pottery is food safe, micro wave/oven safe, and dishwasher safe. email@example.com
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.
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
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
Salem County Art League will provide supplies for children to try their hand at painting with watercolors.
Jon Hall's work goes from the scrap yard to the back yard, welded junk metal art.
Richard McDermott creates drawings, paintings, and prints inspired by experiences and life on the outer coastal plain. email@example.com
Mary F. Styles Harbs Dragotta creates whimsical art, jewelry, and paintings. Her gift/ice cream shop features art by local artists and art from local Pittsgrove-Elmer Schools. firstname.lastname@example.org
Glass artist creating pendants, frogs, elephants and more. email@example.com
Emily Turin is a photographer and author. Emily will be signing her new book, "Herbert Likes Sherbert."
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
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
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
The Jones Glass Education Center is a part of Salem Community College; it is home to the Glass Art and Scientific Glass Technology programs, as well as extracurricular classes and events including the International Flameworking Conference. email@example.com
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. firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: Wolfe Studios
Bruce Sanville turns flat wood into larger than life, three-dimensional sculptures. See how different materials can be combined to create sculptures, wood items, and large wind chimes.
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.
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
Gretchen Eisenhuth has been making stained glass creations for 11 years. A year ago, after 30 years of being an elementary teacher, she retired and started the glass full time. email@example.com
Helene Paxton's Chapter One Creations support the horse rescues housed at Chapter One Farms. The farm also supports plein air painting and photography. firstname.lastname@example.org
Third Star Fibre Artists Guild members demonstrate weaving, spinning, knitting, and other fiber arts. Create your own unique art using various fibers. Facebook: Third Star Fibre Guild
Creating new functional items with found textiles, leather and bric ‘a brac gives Leslie Walker the opportunity to learn new craft and art skills while simultaneously helping the environment by breathing new life into items that may otherwise be discarded. Instagram: seamlesart
Sandra Koberlein paints with beeswax, natural pigments and a blow torch! This is the ancient medium of encaustic. The combination of organic materials creates a vibrant luminous surface that almost glows with life. She offers workshops! email@example.com
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
Annette Devitt is a fiber and watercolor artist who loves to explore color both in her hand-dyed, handwoven items and in her watercolor paintings. See completed handwoven items and items in progress. email@example.com
Sue Ann Leighty's favorite subjects for her paintings are animals and portraits. firstname.lastname@example.org 856-275-1095
John Greco of GW Pens in Woodstown handcrafts fountain pens, rollerball pens, and ballpoint pens handcrafted on-site. Specializing in historic wood and custom creations. Facebook: GWPens
"Brush + Paint", see the results! A signature member of both the Philadelphia and New Jersey Watercolor Societies, Maria Payer is delighted to invite visitors into her studio where she first "imagines", then moves from "inspiration" toward creating her brilliant watercolors! Be her welcomed guest and witness the creative journey through Maria Payer's art. email@example.com
Sue Jo's work 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
Deborah DiMarco creates flameworked and fused glass figurines, ornaments and jewelry. firstname.lastname@example.org
Although Dana Gayner does paint in acrylic, her favorite medium is watercolor miniatures of local scenery. email@example.com
Anita West (A. E. West) is a local watercolor artist who specializes in nature, architectural, farming scenes and tries to incorporate the spiritual aspect of all of these subjects in each of her paintings. Originals, small prints and note cards will be available. firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg Stett creates traditional style pastel paintings of country and seashore scenes, nature, and still lifes from Cape May and Salem counties. He offers a selection of originals, prints and wraps. email@example.com
Amber Ayars grew up in Cumberland County and has been a resident of Salem County for 5+ years. She has BA from Greensboro College and an MFA from Chicago College of Performing Arts. She has had a passion for photography 25+ years. firstname.lastname@example.org
The focus of Jen Bell's artwork is the rich maritime history of coastal NJ, south to the Delmarva Peninsula where she spent her childhood. email@example.com
Loni Wylie's love for primitive antique and the seashore has inspired her to create paintings with an old world feel in a Folk art style. Whales, ships, mermaids flowers and Santa's painted on dried gourds are among her favorites. Loni.firstname.lastname@example.org