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I met Kate at an Open Studio a few weeks ago and immediately ‘got’ her work. With natured themes, hammered metals and textures I could tell she has been inspired all along… Her reflective patterns repeat in a harmonious way that make each piece a unique work of art. Her cuffs are stimulating and you want to wear every one! Her glass beads are a whole new level of creativity. Check out Kate’s work.
Visit: Kate Martin Jewelry
Visit: Shell Museum
There’s a wonderful little museum tucked away in the Shell Factory and Nature Park in North Fort Myers, Florida. Housed in a large shopping warehouse with shells that you can see, touch and purchase. This museum adds a piece of charm to the site. Here you can view a seashell replica of All Saints Church built entirely of assorted shells, a seashell suit and a variety of unusual beautiful seashells from around the local beach areas. Come visit and learn interesting facts and history of family shells, as you will want to have a keepsake of an original ocean aquatic species!
Her palette may vary but her focus is consistent. With a love for photographing pets she continues to use her art history and architecture knowledge with an outcome of very unique prints. With a keen eye for detail, I am in love with the composition and color spectrum. It’s simple and sophisticated. Bravo Nicole!
Visit: Nicole Duperre Photography
Medium: Pottery, Jewelry, Painter
How does the viewer interpret my art? For Susan Shaw this task challenges her in more ways than one. What she sees, feels and translates into her work is on a personal level. Her creations come in multiple mediums: ceramic, jewelry and paint. With nature guiding her at times, concepts and movement beyond a piece is just as important as the space surrounding it. Visit her designs.
Visit: Susan Shaw