In the “Wizard of Oz” remember how you felt when the
movie turned to color – that’s how I feel when I paint.
I was born in Columbus, Ohio and I live in German Village.
Julie lecky is a photographer that specializes in wildlife, child, and landscape photography. She also does wedding and special event photography. She received a BA in Advertising, Photography and Public Relations from the University of Alaska. She currently resides in German Village with her husband and three favorite photo-ops.
I graduated from Muskingum College with a degree in art education and taught art in public schools for over 20 years. Over the years I began to incorporate vintage elements into my work and started a jewelry business, known as, Vintage Vamp. Today, Vintage Vamp has grown into a full time business.
Today my work can be found in boutiques, galleries and at juried festivals. I live in Columbus with my husband and two children. I happily continue creating artisan jewelry with a vintage twist in my German Village studio.
My fascination with beads began six years ago. I love how there are infinite possibilities combining colors, textures, and finishes of various beads. I also like to incorporate “found” objects in my jewelry, such as shells, buttons, vintage pieces, and coins. When not making jewelry I am a wife, mother, and teacher.
Lisa Schorr works in watercolor, pen & ink and acrylic.
Exhibiting at the Lodge Restaurant in Lancaster and
Art and Soul Fine Art Gallery in
South Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Lisa teaches watercolor classes at
the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio in Lancaster.
Beth sings with the Columbus Symphony Chorus and sang in Carnegie Hall with them. Multicultural Workshops, downtown Columbus, and Chicago trips provide inspiration for images of musicians, dancers, city people, and Arts connections. Beth taught Music for Southwestern city Schools and has her Bachelor of Music from Capital and Masters of Education from OSU.
GLORIA BRAGG (GLORIA’S BEADS)
I began beading quite unexpectedly in 2009 when my daughter needed her wedding shoes embellished. I found myself at a local bead shop and as I checked out I won a free instructional class. After attending the class, I was hooked on the creative and physical processes involved in jewelry beading.
Capturing the feeling of the moment is important to me. Using color and motion, I try to paint in a way that affords the observer an entry into the story of the painting.
I continue to study under artist Michael McEwan and remain so grateful for his guidance and encouragement.
As a child I enjoyed Art, coloring, drawing…you name it. Working with bold, intense coloring, is my passion…the gemstone of my soul. As an Architectural Engineering graduate, I realized this were not in unison to my personality. Portraits of my soul are harmoniously in tune with expressionistic painting.
Beverly Whiteside is an self-taught mixed media-artist and Dance Education Specialist.She earned her Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Ohio Dominican University and Bachelors from Bowling Green State University. She was selected to recieve a fellowship to particpate in the Dresden Saxony Residency Program from GCAC.
Demonstration Artist: Acting
Actors from the current show will be circulating Art Crawl in costume! Interact and have a good time.
The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare, also directed by Kuhn, runs from Thursday, June 28 to Sunday, July 29. This is one of William Shakespeare’s most well-known and beloved plays. The production offers both sides of the theatrical coin with its moments of lightheartedness, and its exploration of prejudice. Kuhn says, “We are very pleased to be able to offer The Merchant of Venice. The themes that it explores are as relevant today as they were when the play was written.”