2D and 3D ART

We don’t have space in our gallery for a large quantity of arts and crafts. Therefore, we are very selective and always look for originality and creativity. Most of the selections are made on our travels. The dancing ladies, that seems always alive and moving, are made by a couple of artists in Rochester New York. The aluminum laser cut 3d art by Sondra Gerber from Nebraska is the newest addition to the gallery. David Clack’s coasters feature scenes from the Rockies, Mid – West, California, Florida and New England. He also makes some semi abstract designs that many prefer.

We have some very elegant pottery from Southern Highlands artists. Martin Henry’s birds, fish, animals, sun catchers, and mirrors are quite unique. The “cat-fish” is a favorite. Janis Schnerch's line of Sassies with Attitude incorporate fun sayings and always bring a giggle to customers. North Carolina artist Michelle Defillipo uses words, paper and paint to make her designs. Jim has been doing woodworking for many years now and his craftsmanship is still evolving. He shows several turned bowls and vases as well as beautifully crafted wood framed mirrors from different kinds of wood. When you look up towards the ceiling in the gallery, you will see Malgorzata’s 2-dimensional woven wall hangings and mobiles that are made from silk and stainless steel designed by Jan Carson from Colorado. They dance in the slightest breeze.