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".
Bob Cross, not to be confused with Bob Ross, is a contemporary artist whose work stems from the simple notions of day-to-day life. Here, we get a peek into his process as he creates a painting, "It Started Like This".
Founder of Wandering Press, Midwest native Ben Keffer creates hand-drawn, hand-printed designs on paper, notebooks, and t-shirts. Join us in the SHOP this week to learn about his process and see his fun, quirky designs.
"I love to show off the surprises, the hidden beauty in the tree." This week, we talk SHOP with artist William Steffen, who turns rotten, cracked, or stressed logs into visually stunning works of art, which are currently on display at #fwmoa in the Paradigm Gallery.
Baby, it's cold outside! Looking for a new scarf or wrap to ring in the New Year? The Paradigm Gallery at #fwmoa has you covered...literally! See how fiber artist Sara Nordling makes her works, then come in and purchase one for yourself or a friend!
Glass artist Matthew Paskiet achieves perfection in his masterfully crafted blown glass ornaments, available for purchase at the #fwmoa Paradigm Gallery. See how he does it in this "Let's Talk Shop"!
Time to bundle up! As the temperatures continue to drop, we're reaching for our gloves, hats, and, of course, scarves! Visit the Paradigm Gallery at #FWMoA to try on textile artist Amy Gunderson's scarves, created using eco-dyeing and leaves.
Take a look at Joseph Pelka's individually hand-crafted ceramic vessels. Here, we share the process behind his decorative pieces, ones which he hopes will be passed down from family member to family member.