January - Celebrating the Visual Arts

 

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St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church will honor the visual arts which have aided in worship throughout the centuries. Weaving, metal-working, sculpture, glass-blowing, flower arranging, stain glass- working, woodcraft, ceramics, painting, and photography by local artists will be featured for the two day celebration.

 

Friday, January 6     Art after Dark     6-9 p.m.

Visual Arts by local artists displayed on the St. Stephen's campus will be open to the public, with finger foods and cider served throughout the evening.

 

Saturday, January 7     9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Displays and presentations by local artists will continue throughout the day, throughout the campus with lectures in the Sanctuary.

 

Artists

  • Chris Anderson - Glass Blower
  • Carol Astaire - PainterCropped 150th_January_MetalWork
  • Melissa Campbell - Stained Glass Artist
  • Bruno Giberti - Architect  (lecture only)
  • Bob Gordon - floral design
  • Gina Hafemeister and Pat Martin - Weavers
  • Crissa Hewitt - Silversmith
  • Barry Lundgren - Wood Turner
  • Tom Meinhold - Photographer
  • Bob Nichols - Ceramicist

Displays

  • Ramsden Hall - painting, photography, glass, stained-glass, wood, metals, flowers, ceramics
  • The Shire - weaving; with loom and video
  • Sanctuary - lectures

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  • 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.   Crissa Hewitt - metal design
  • 11 a.m. - noon   Bob Gordon - floral design
  • 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.   Melissa Campbell - painted glass
  • 2 - 3 p.m.   Bruno Giberti - church architecture
  • 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.  Tom Meinhold - photography

 

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