Josh has been making beautiful cutting boards with asymmetrical designs in a variety of woods..
Judy has been presenting her photography in a unique manner. After creating an image she finds in the natural environment, she prints the image on a 4″ x 6″ piece of aluminum. Judy then float mounts the image on backing material where she applies a texturing technique, blending colors to compliment the image. She places it in an 8 x 10 maple frame.
The image below is of oriental poppies that appear in Judy’s garden each spring.
Jaye made this wonderful plate to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of the Sawmill River Arts Gallery.
Kerry Stone is working on a new line of birch bark earrings. Kerry has been working with birch bark for a long time. She loves birch trees and loves the different colors of the bark. “I’m excited to explore the possibilities of birch bark jewelry .“
Joan has been busy making her beautiful gourds.
Member artist John Moore has been working on jewelry in his sequester. Here is an example of one of his beautiful belt buckles.
Chris has recently completed this traditionally hooked rug, entitled “Symbiotic” (21″ x 28″). The piece was originally inspired by lichen on tree bark, but it ended up somewhat abstract.