Judith Lemmens Summertime Ceramics June 23 2017
Judith Lemmen's style is clean and fresh, like summertime. Judith's aesthetics ranges from subtle to bold looks, keeping her designs simple in shape, color and graphics.
Her inspiration can be drawn from fabric, graphic and pattern design, often using elements of nature in her work. Once a theme is emerging, she likes to create different variations on that design, making each piece unique on its own and harmonious in a group. This way his and her favorite mugs can go together without being the same.
Amy Nguyen Textiles February 12 2017
Amy Nguyen's passion for the Japanese aesthetic influences her design in textiles. She makes wearable art using dyeing techniques of shibori, rozome, and katazome to express pattern and color on fabric before manipulating that fabric to create a new textile.
We have a collection of her scarves at m a d e, come by and try one on.
For those upcoming end of year festivities and events... October 18 2015
Kathleen Kelley is an artist who creates exquisite headwear. Each piece is an assemblage of materials, color and textures. Hand woven textiles, ribbon, feathers, handcrafted birds, silk leaves and natural twigs and branches are just some of the materials Kathleen employs.
Encaustic is Cool. July 18 2015
Encaustic is derived from the Greek word enkaustikos, which means to "burn in." Today I hung 6 gorgeous pieces by Laura Deem. She works with encaustic (beeswax, resin and pigment) and mixed media collage on wood panels. Laura's work has been included in many groups shows and a handful of solo exhibitions in the bay area.