Shawn Wolter creates 2D non-objective abstract mixed media using a variety of media, including spray paint, collaged paper, and cassette/VHS tape to create black lines. He says, “to create and enjoy, to watch something become, to watch it grow–this I believe
Topeka artist Stephanie Munoz-O’Neil’s mixed media works are created using acrylic, colored pencil, modeling paste, crayon, gold leaf, tinsel, glass, beads, thread, rhinestone on canvas, masonite, wood and various papers.
Using only a craft knife, Angie Pickman hand cuts her designs out of individual layers of archival quality paper of varying thicknesses and mounts them together using archival adhesive to form the final image. Selected as Best In Show for
Carla Walters creates her bright, fun mosaic artwork by using vintage china, old jewelry, beads, and found and repurposed objects. Her items are whimisical and functional.
Donald Shelton makes furniture by forging iron with various textures, shapes, and joineries using traditional and modern techniques and tools. He then hand carves and finishes the wood to complete the design. His workshop and studio are in Factoryville, Pennsylvania. VISIT
Katheryn Krouse’s mixed media artwork features layered expression, collage and skillful painting with impasto texture. She has a special eye for rendering light, “Stargardts Disease affects how my retinas process light. My work reflects how I see the world.”
Artworks by Washburn Art Student Association (WASA) members will be featured at the Mulvane Art Fair. WASA works to further the interests of art students, their education and future careers. Multiple mediums will be represented by some very talented art
Jennifer Ernst, from Mayer, Arizona, creates beautiful one-of-a-kind clocks from individually salvaged pieces of antique door hardware. Each piece features a skeleton key as the pendulum. VISIT ARTIST WEBSITE
Joseph Dumas hails from Gadsen, Alabama. By using the strength of two elements–stone and steel–he utilizes a whimsical way of fashioning rock art into functional pieces of sculpture. VISIT ARTIST WEBSITE
Linda Berthot, from Chanute, Kansas, collects, presses and encases in resin, flowers for jewelry, sun catchers and votive jar candles.