2020 Virtual Tour Artists
These artists participated in last year's virtual tour. Click on the artist's name to view their video. Please note that the site numbers correspond to the artists' site numbers from last year's tour.
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.
Chapter One Farms Creations
Web Site: www.chapteronefarms.com
Artwork for sale: www.chapteronefarms.com
fine art, mixed medium, photography
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!
Gregg Perry will be demonstrating the art of painting in wood (European marquetry) at Arts in Bloom. Cutting demonstrations will take place on a chavelet marquetry donkey (1747). In addition, shading techniques and assemblage will be demonstrated.
Perry's Restoration Studio
Web Site: www.perrysclocks.com
Facebook: Historic Preservationist - Gregg Perry
Doris Rogers' work has a constant focus on the preservation and celebration of nature. She feels an immense attraction to its colors, shapes and textures. Doris uses these elements as a visual language as well as a messenger. She works primarily with mixed media on paper.
Web Site: www.dorisrogers.com
Facebook: Doris Nogueira-Rogers
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.
Art work for sale: Email Nancy for a free music mp3 of one of my songs.
fine art, glass, jewelry, performance art
The Salem County Art League is a non-profit organization that provides education and awareness of the fine arts. We seek to promote the talent and the skills of artists in our area. Our goal is to meet the needs of all cultural backgrounds and ages with flexible programs.
Web Site: www.salemcountyartleague.org
Facebook: Salem County Art League
fine art, photography
Greg Stett's painting style focuses on realism, play of light, and detail. Pastels allow him to capture both vibrant colors and subtle shading. When working on portraits, Greg wants to show the character of the subject. Often this is through the twinkle of an eye or a subtle smirk.
Web Site: www.gregstettart.com
Facebook: Greg Stett Art
Artwork for sale: www.gregstettart.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.
fine art, photography
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.
Butterfly Gypsy Studio
Facebook: ButterflyGypsy Studio
Art work for sale: ButterflyGypsyStudio.etsy.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.
Fine Art Photography
Web Site: www.marywaddington.com
Leslie Walker creates usable handmade items combining her passion for horses and her love of leather and textiles with sewing, repurposing and up cycling. She enjoys hunting for items that are no longer usable for original purposes thus saving them from being unnecessarily discarded.
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.
Web Site: www.westartrenewed.com
Facebook: A. E. West Fine Art
Artwork for sale: http://www.westartrenewed.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.