The Fall 2022 Artists
Click any of the images below to view the work of our wonderful 2022 artists for our October 15 & 16 event. More images yet to come.
Kaye Chard makes functional pottery, both wheel-thrown or hand built. Her pottery is food safe, microwave/oven safe, and dishwasher safe. email@example.com
Karla Lehnhoff creates exclusive hand-crafted greeting cards, hand embellished, and hand signed from beautiful original watercolor paintings.
Kimberly English is a professional acrylic painter portraying the fields, equipment, and operations of the active agricultural community in southern New Jersey. Realistic renderings that illuminates the often over looked beauty that exists within farming. firstname.lastname@example.org
Glass artist creating pendants, frogs, elephants and more. 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
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. email@example.com
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
Helene Paxton's Chapter One Creations support the horse rescues housed at Chapter One Farms. The farm also supports plein air painting and photography. email@example.com
Besides displaying artwork and photography created by members, Salem County Art League will provide supplies for children to try their hand at painting with watercolors as a Dig into Art activity.
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. She will also have a display of the temari balls she has created in the last year. 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, as well as Texas. He offers a selection of originals, prints and wraps. email@example.com
Alcohol inks allow Joy Newland to look past just the colors on the paper to see what the shades, movement and design bring to mind. Her art is a lively walk through her imagination into creating an image filled with either intense or nuanced colors.
Kathleen Fowser is a silversmith creating jewelry handmade from fine and sterling silver with precious and semiprecious stones, pearls and unusual objects. Each piece is unique. firstname.lastname@example.org
Meg Lamont seeks to depict natural curiosities with decorative painting and collage techniques. Meg will be showing folksy mixed media works along with recent prints and postcards.
Carolyn Mortimer is the resident artist a Auburn Road Winery creating artwork for the labels of many of their signature wines. Carolyn also creates glass jewelry.
Explore Salem County artists from the past and the current work of photographer, Anthony DiCaro. SATURDAY ONLY 10 am-4pm.
Sue Ann Leighty is a local amateur portrait artist, primarily oil paint. email@example.com 856-275-1095
Third Star Fibre Artists Guild members demonstrate weaving, spinning, knitting, and other fiber arts. Create your own unique sheep using wool fiber. Facebook: Third Star Fibre Guild
Amber Ayars likes to capture nature, architecture, and old cars in a new perspective. Sometimes it is best in color and sometimes it is best in black and white. She is always looking for a fresh idea and viewpoint. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Bell feels lucky to be invited to the Royal Port Antique Store to exhibit her artwork which focuses on the flora, fauna, and nautical antiquities of the New Jersey shore and Delmarva peninsula. email@example.com
Loni Wylie's love of folk art is her inspiration for painting primitive scenes including ships and whales. She enjoys using her creativity and using unique canvases. firstname.lastname@example.org