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It’s always welcoming when a new ‘interactive’ learning space makes its way into Providence, RI. The Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art, (RIMOSA) does that and more. With hands-on, open minded exhibits, programs and open maker space you will find yourself racing from one experience to the next! A fun filled place that adheres to all age groups and encompasses learning science while creating art all combined under one roof. I found myself not wanted to leave to create and learn more, more, more…
Medium: Stained Glass
What’s better than a sun catcher? Probably another sun catcher! Trish’s glass art is quite appealing… With designs ranging from animals to common items, they will have you glistening. From the detailing of a cat’s eyes to a bird’s wings, the colors and subjects will keep you intrigued. She will capture any request you have no matter how whimsical as she loves the challenge. Step into her delightful world of glass…
View: Glass Monkey Arts
Medium: Wooden Sculptures
Walter’s wooden sculptures will have you doing a double take! These very fine crafted workmanship are not only pleasing to the eye but so life-like you want to reach out and touch it. Carved to perfection the subjects range from sports memorabilia to local beverages. They are detailed in color, interesting and unique. Currently being exhibited at Dryden Gallery in Providence, RI, stop in and view these realistic carvings.
Visit: Walter Croft
Medium: Photo Art
With many interpretations Brett combines photography with artistic processes. His work has me journeying through his various portfolios. Between vivid colors and abstract concepts, they resonate in unconventional ways. Brilliant! I am constantly seeking the true meaning of his work. Having recently discovered him, I will continue to follow his creations.
Visit: Brett Henrikson