The June featured artist, Natalie Jo Wright, currently is a large-scale portrait painter. This month she will be showcasing her paintings and prints.
Natalie thoughtfully made a large number of her original paintings into giclee prints for this exhibit.
Natalie’s artwork will be showcased at Hatch June 1st-30th with an artist reception Friday, June 9th 6-9pm. Refreshments will be served.
Natalie in her studio
The Hatch Art House October featured artist is Milwaukee mixed media painter, Nina Bednarski. She states; “I paint primarily with enamel on glass or acrylic on canvas with some variance using mixed media. Most of my work plays homage to nature’s perfection while blurring the line between urban and bucolic.” Hatch will be showcasing Nina’s latest landscape reverse glass paintings for the month, along with a selection of giclee prints.
The artist reception will be coinciding with the MMoCA Fall Gallery Night, Friday, October 2nd from 5-9 pm and the show will run October 1st through the 31st.
Facebook Event page here.
The featured September artist for Hatch Art House is illustrator, Katie Gamb. Katie says, “I’m inspired by all sorts of things- fairy tales, natural history, surrealism, the outdoors, books, discomfort, that feeling you get when you’re trying to remember something important, juxtapositions, over-thinking things, and lengthy explanations.” Her work transcends you into her magical world.
Katie will have her work showcased at Hatch Art House from September 1-30 with an artist reception on Friday, September 11th from 6-9pm. Refreshments will be served. Check out the Facebook event page here.
The featured artist for August is Madison painter, Lynn Lee. Lynn paints in a modern impressionistic style and will be focusing on a series of Willy Street neighborhood homes along with his stunning figurative work for his latest paintings.
Lynn will have his work showcased at Hatch Art House from August 1-31 with an artist reception Friday, August 14th from 6-9pm. Refreshments will be served.
The April featured artist is Madison painter and illustrator, Rebekah Simensen, aka “Ninjagrl”. Rebekah tells the story of Ninjagrl and her pet turtle through her paintings. Ninjagrl is based on the real-life story of Rebekah and her cat named Turtle. Turtle proved to be a loyal companion and unending source of inspiration, in addition, her time spent as a volunteer at the Seattle Aquarium opened her eyes to the wonders of the ocean world. She hopes to emulate the aquarium’s mission in her own, small way – to inspire conservation of our marine environment by providing glimpses of the amazing creatures that live there in her unique ninja style.
Rebekah’s artist reception will be held Friday, April 10th from 6-9pm. The show will run for the month of April.
The November featured artist is Madison painter and multi-media artist, Lynn Lee. Lynn is a former San Francisco gallery owner and interior designer and has a background in various art mediums which he incorporates into his work. Lynn has been busy creating acrylic paintings of everyday (Willy Street) neighborhood scenes and sometimes the unexpected abstract. Lynn has a love for anything having to do with interior design and home decor. “There is nothing more personal than how a family lives and what they chose to surround themselves with.”
Lynn will have his work showcased at Hatch Art House from November 1-30 with an artist reception Friday, November 9th from 6-9pm. Refreshments will be served.
Check out the Facebook event page here: http://www.facebook.com/events/517967268213358/
As many of you know, the deadline to the EcoSquared Art Show is November 21st. I thought I’d share with you some of the artwork in the gallery that incorporates upcycled materials. Upcycled is still a fairly new term, you can learn more here. And remember, the main criteria for Ecosquared is to use something upcycled, have it measure between 6″ square to 8″ square, and have it ready to hang on the wall. We are so excited to see what all of you creative Wisconsinites come up with! Please feel free to leave questions or concerns here in the comment section.
Reclaimed steel and spray paint. “Birds on a Wire” artist Liv Aanrud.
Acrylic house paint on upcycled canvas. “Yellow Leaves” artist Lynn Lee.
Diorama made from a drawer, newspaper and found objects. Artist Beth Heeney.
Wall sculpture made with reclaimed wood, found objects (saw blade, nails, drain cover) and wire. Artist Bryan Richgels.
Acrylic painting with incorporated old maps on a cabinet door. Artist Tammy Schreiter.
“Spring”. Found objects (silk flowers, fabric, rope) on upcycled canvas and frame. Artist Beth Heeney.