During the Art Walk Pete Chasar interviewed Karen who confessed that she had once been a kindergarten teacher. Karen also explained some of her assemblage techniques which can very intricate and time consuming.
The Gallery Theme at Manley Art Center this month is "Edibles"
The completely adorable oinker by De'De' Nicholls already sports a red dot... it has been sold, but you can still see it at Manley Art Gallery during September.
Sara will turn your favorite pair of plain white shoes into a custom painted masterpiece.
Sara will soon be holding classes at Wright's Custom Framing in Brookings. She will teach oil painting on Tuesdays from 1 to 5 pm. The cost is $20 per class and you may attend as many classes as you like.
We know Angela as a writer and frequent MC at Brian Scott Gallery events ... but no surprise that this Renaissance Lady also paints. At a long past Art Walk she gave a demonstration on how to serve a formal tea. She writes fiction, non fiction and even wrote a "Pub Grub" cookbook.
Aiden Lile, artist who works at Wright's Custom Framing, demonstrated mask making during the October Art Walk. At 3 pm he created a full face mask on a volunteer... which we missed, but here is the second performance - a partial mask created using a mirror and his own face.
Thanks Aiden - that was fun! And thanks to all the Brookings Second Saturday Art Walk Venues, Artists, and Musicians.
Photos by Nola Range and Ann Ostrowski.