Earth, Wood & Fire Artist Tour
October 25 & 26, 2014
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Derek Hambly Fine Art • Abstract Painter
127 E Racine St, Jefferson, WI 53549
(920) 723-3893 • derekhamblystudios.com

My landscapes are the symbols and movements of the forces that nature offers. They are the ideas for my present abstract expressionistic paintings.

 

Mark Dziewior • Sculptor
Exhibiting at Derek Hambly Fine Art
509 Hillcrest Dr, Fort Atkinson WI 53538
(920) 650-4684 • markdziewior.com

My sculpture is based on wildlife observation and has a personal story. Unique experiences from simple observation to direct interaction are my inspiration.

   
 

Jody Peter and Joyce Laird • Fiber Artists
W7574 CTH Rd J, Fort Atkinson, WI
(920) 568-8664 • stonecrestllamas.com

Go face to face with the llamas and browse through our fiber art creations. We feature art and goods made with our yarns. Live demonstrations.

 

Bill Bale • Furniture Designer • Sandhill Designs
N3163 Co Hwy J, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
(920) 568.0333 • sandhilldesigns.com

Combining carefully selected hardwoods and clean lines, Bill Bale designs furniture in the Arts & Crafts (Mission) style.

   
 

Mary Pratt • Potter/Sculptor - Pratt Clay Studio
Exhibiting at the Sandhill Designs location
Studio: Lake Geneva, WI 53147
(920) 728.0528 • prattclaystudio.com

Mary works with white stoneware, using fresh, classic images, incised and sculpted with a contemporary twist. She calls it "Reality in Detail."

 

Mary Wallace • Feltmaker/Fiber Artist - White Dove Farm
173 Cty. Rd. A., Cambridge, WI 53523
(608) 884.4301 • whitedove@jvlnet.com

Mary Wallace makes wearable, colorful and decorative artwork using wet and dry feltmaking techniques.

   
 

Ric Lamore • Potter - Broadwing Clay Studio
503 Co. A., Cambridge, WI 53523
(608) 884.8099 • ric.lamore@gmail.com

Over the last thirty years, Ric Lamore has explored high-fired stoneware and wood-fired stoneware.

 

Michael Schael • Potter - Rock Eagle Pottery
2297 Clearview Rd., Cambridge, WI 53523
(608) 423.7026 • woodfiredpots.com

Inspired by his passion for food and gardening, Michael's pottery evokes colors of earth, sea and sky. He uses these colors and a classic sense of form to create his pottery.

   
 

Mark Skudlarek • Potter - Cambridge Wood-Fired Pottery
10 Tranquil Lane, Cambridge, WI 53523
(608) 423.4507 • cambridgepottery.com

Mark produces a wide range of functional wood-fired pottery for the table and garden that is inspired by European and Far Eastern traditions.

 

Glen Cutcher • Potter
218 Spring Street, Cambridge, WI 53523
(608) 335.9194 • glencutcher.com

Glen's pottery is contemporary with an organic feel to it. He throws, hand-builds and casts stoneware pottery for celebrations and everyday use.

   
 

Helen Mary Beck • Fine Art Textiles - Helen Mary Beck Studio
N4328 South Street, Cambridge, WI
(312) 513.9363 • helenmarybeck.com

With her unique technique of combining watercolor with embroidery, Helen's textured paintings capture the imagery within science, beauty and nature.

 

Karen Calkins Ragus • Painter - Karen Calkins Ragus Art
100 Water Street, Lake Mills, WI 53551
(608) 843.3308 • ragus.com

Karen creates contemporary abstract mixed media paintings with the goal of bringing the viewer into the work.

   
 

Amy E. Arntson • Watercolor Artist
Exhibiting at Bungalow Pros
109 N. Main St, Lake Mills, WI 53551
(920) 648.5255 • amyarntson.net

Amy creates detailed paintings and archival prints of the Great Lakes region and beyond. She will discuss her process and concepts with interested visitors.

 

Bruce Johnson • Potter - Bruce Johnson Clay Studio
302 Campus Street, Lake Mills, WI 53551
(920) 648.3049 •  brucejohnsonclaystudio.com

Bruce's pieces are wheel thrown and hand built. He is best know for his copper matte raku and ash glazes.

   
 

Brian Szabo • Jewelry and Custom Knives
Exhibiting at Bruce Johnson Clay Studio
109 S. 6th St, Fort Atkinson, WI
(608) 399-4477 • Facebook: Brian Szabo Sicangu Artist

Brian Szabo's work reflects his Native American culture by the use of bison bone and horn as well as other traditional materials and motifs.

 

Peggy Furlin • Watercolor Artist - EF Watercolor Studio
213 W. Madison St. (alley), Lake Mills, WI 53551
(414) 510.8087 • bandpart@yahoo.comartid.com/efstudio

Peggy's paintings are created using multiple layers of watercolor on watercolor canvas... they are sealed with an archival varnish and require no glass or matting.

   
 

Leslie DeMuth • Landscape Painter - Town Hall Studio
N.8016 County Highway G, Lake Mills, WI 53551
(920) 390.9341 • lesliedemuth.com

Leslie DeMuth is a landscape painter that captures in paint the rural and natural vistas of Wisconsin.

 

Will Wipperfurth • Wood Artist/Woodworker
Exhibiting at Town Hall Studio
Studio: Lake Mills, WI 53551
(920) 648.2563 • designsbywill.com

Will Wipperfurth designs and builds quality wooden boxes that have everyday functionality in addition to natural beauty.

   
 

Ed & Laura Klein • Potters/Sculptors - Bur Oak Pottery
W6202 Klein Lane, Johnson Creek, WI 53038
(920) 648.4549 • buroakpottery.com

Ed & Laura Klein make a variety of wood-fired pottery. Inspired by Art Nouveau, pieces range from sculptural to functional.

 

Rick Hintze • Potter - Johnson Creek Clay Studio
140 1/2 N. Watertown St., P.O. Box 454, Johnson Creek, WI 53038
(920) 699.2529 • rickhintze.com

Rick Hintze utilizes several techniques to create his stoneware and porcelain. For his larger pots and sculpture, Rick uses the process of coiling.