We’re excited to be a stop during the Fairhaven Fourth Friday Art Walk June 28th. 5 artists will be on hand to share their work. Read below to learn more about them, and click here to view the art walk map and see who else is on the tour. Hope to see you there.
Parking is not available on site other than accessible parking. Please walk to us from Fairhaven, Fairhaven Middle School or Fairhaven Park.
Learn more about our artists:
Hannah Parker A Freyed Knot
Hannah creates beautiful macrame, whimsical and practical. She is a self taught fiber artist and loves the beauty made by simple knots and yarns. She will be offering wall hangings, plant hangers and other fun and beautiful creations.
Angela Rose White
About a year ago I ran into a book by Tiffany Turner with instructions on the fine art of creating crepe paper flowers and they were amazingly beautiful! I ordered the book, the Italian & German crepe papers & supplies, and started instructing myself flower by flower. Then I began creating my own templates of flowers that were not included in her wonderful book.
Still a novice when it comes to creating the awesome flowers, I am so happy and astonished each time when one blooms into being with scissors, paper and glue.
Potters go through “periods” like Picasso, and I like to call my current period ” Crumple and Carve”, The crumple is an effort to intentionally distort without letting the piece get away from me. Every potter has a favorite piece that happened accidentally. The trick is to get that accident to happen consistently without losing the piece altogether. It’s definitely on the whimsical side.
The carve is something I have always enjoyed. A more free flowing design with depth and silky texture best done on porcelain, but I have been lately looking for the perfect stoneware that will allow larger pieces and stand up to more piercing.
Dee Bunge deeFuzion
Dee Bunge, NW Ohio native now living in the PNW, considers herself a global citizen. Her formal education prepared her for a career in international education, and she still uses that knowledge as a touchstone in her life and her art. She is also a lifelong learner, and little did she know when a friend casually asked her to attend a fused glass class that she was venturing into a new world: the world of art glass. Starting her own kiln-formed glass studio in 2010, Dee produces functional art as well as decorative, and though her voice is truly her own, she continually learns from the world around her.
Skyler is 16 and has been doing some form of art work most of her life. She works in acrylics and appreciates the form a simple line can produce. These works are created using black acrylic paint and a white paint pen for these.