Julie Mia Holmes
All at Sea
Linocut Prints on paper, cyanotypes, and hand-printed fabric with embroidery
Opening Friday 16 November 2018 until Sunday 2 December 2018
Julie Mia Holmes is a Printmaker and artist who loves animals and the natural world. If not lurking in her studio you can usually find her following limpet directions and mollusc highways on Broulee Island, camera and journal in hand.
Julie studied Printmaking and Drawing with Honours at the ANU's School of Art in Canberra, Australia and now lives on the South Coast of New South Wales.
Julie is happiest elbow deep in ink and playing with paper.
Wood Engraver and Illustrator
Opening Friday 12 April 2019 until Sunday 5 May 2019
About Andy English
Cheryl Anne Lorance
New Pastels and Drawings from her Wanderlust Series
Opening Friday 15 November 2019 until Sunday 8 December 2019
Cheryl Anne Lorance (born 1969 in Muncie, Indiana) is an American sculptor, painter, goldsmith, and intaglio printmaker. She graduated from Ball State University (painting and sculpture). She received both a graduate assistantship and Creative Arts Grant from the same university and later completed a masters thesis on the subject of bronze patination. In 1996 she established herself in Santa Fe, New Mexico, but returned to her hometown of Muncie, Indiana, and now resides in Indianapolis where she teaches at Ivy College and continues with her own art practice.
Linda Adato and friends
5 from NYC
Works on Paper celebrating New York City, N.Y.
Linda Adato was born in England and studied at Hornsey College of Art, UK. She immigrated to the United States in 1962 and went to the University of California at Los Angeles, where she received an MA degree in Art Education.
Adato has exhibited her prints throughout the United States and abroad. Her work is in the collections of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts of The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, British Museum, DeCordova Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Mississippi Museum of Art, New York Public Library and other public and private collections. Among her awards are those from the National Academy of Design, NYC, Boston Printmakers, Audubon Artists and the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT.
Linda Adato was president of SAGA from 2007-2010.
EYECATCHER (Working Title)
Painting and Collage inspired by an English Cotswolds Reverie
Opening Friday 20 November 2020 until Sunday 6 December 2020
Ian Henderson is a fine artist, interested in abstract expressionism & placeness.