A return to creative play after focusing on other abilities, Justin Rothshank's new colorful ceramics are a feast for the eyes. See how he makes them in this #letstalkshop.
Isabel Kern pulls double duty at #fwmoa as both an employee and featured artist in our Paradigm Gallery. Learn about her art in this #letstalkshop and visit her at the museum today:
Calling all photographers! We're in the (digital) shop with Fort Wayne-based photographer John Gevers as he walks us through his post-production, or editing, routine on his work "Goat Island Light, Cape Porpoise, Maine".
August was Plein Air painting month, but with the weather (finally!) cooling off, #fwmoa is keeping the festivities going. We followed painter Gwen Gutwein into the open air to see how she creates her work, rain or shine.
Heard the name John C. Kelty before? You may have met him at #fwmoa! He's given many demonstrations, just recently at the #Paradigm in July. If you missed him in person, see how he creates his watercolors in this step-by-step breakdown on the blog.
Today we're in the Shop with Fred Inman as he creates an eye-catching vase for the #fwmoa Paradigm Gallery. Take a look "behind the bark" at his process in this Let's Talk Shop.
From printmaker to teacher to jeweler, Jan McCune of Sun Valley Studio has done it all! Today’s post will give you an in-depth look into Jan’s shop and the creative process behind her pendants, earrings, and bracelets.
Looking to fill her unexpected free time during the pandemic, Natasha Mistak and her daughters took up macramé. Created through various knotting techniques, the artistic trio, known as OZ art, weave stories of family and nature into their unique designs.
Paradigm Gallery Director at #fwmoa Abby Leon discovered Tara Will at at the Kekionga Plein Air Paint Out last summer. Check out Will's process for creating her light-filled pastels in this "Let's Talk SHOP".
Environmentally-conscious artist Lisa Vetter truly "takes trash and turns it into treasure"! Her hand-crafted, upcycled, and fashionable pieces are inspired by what others throw away. Take a look at her wearable work in this "Let's Talk Shop".