April 24, 2013 · 3:50 pm
It’s warming up out there… That’s a great reason to celebrate! The MMoCA Gallery Night is May 3rd; a wonderful night to showcase the artists who’ve donated their work to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore Salvage Art Show. Spring-themed cocktails and snacks will be served as well:) 5-9pm.
Check out the Facebook event page for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/120700991459337/
Filed under Artist Reception, Gallery Night, Salvage Art Show
Tagged as Art, art house, artist reception, Bryan Richgels, eco art, Friday night, Gallery, Gallery Night, Green Cricket Salvage, habitat for humanity, hatch, Hatch Art House, Lynn Lee, Madison, marquette neighborhood, Mixed media, Restore Art Show, reuse, sculptures, Tammy Schreiter, upcycle, vintage, Williamson Street, wisconsin artist
October 18, 2012 · 10:37 pm
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.
Filed under EcoSquared Art Show
Tagged as acrylic, Art, art house, artist reception, Beth Heeney, birds on a wire, Bryan Richgels, eco, eco art, ecosquared, flowers, Gallery, Green Cricket Salvage, hatch, Hatch Art House, Liv Aanrud, Madison, maps in paintings, marquette neighborhood, Mixed media, reclaimed art, reuse, sculptures, steel, Tammy Schreiter, upcycle, Williamson Street, wisconsin artist
It’s just so nice to see Hatch represented in such a wonderful local magazine!
November 25, 2011 · 6:59 pm
Did you know that we sell furniture at Hatch? Yep, we sure do! This is a peek at what we have in the shop right now…
Print of the watercolor "My Favorite Step Ladder" $20.
Vintage School desk; $158 and Shabby chic chair, $68.
Vintage childs desk, $94.
Shabby Chic table, $118.
Wrought Iron Parlor Chairs, $98 each.
"The Dreaming Chair" Green Cricket Salvage- $168
Decoupaged comic book table. "The League of Justice" $325 Green Cricket Salvage.
Danish Modern Footstool $88
Square vintage modern table $158
Filed under Madison, Uncategorized
Tagged as Art, art house, Beth Heeney, Bryan Richgels, Gallery, Green Cricket Salvage, hatch, Hatch Art House, Madison, marquette neighborhood, reuse, Tammy Schreiter, upcycle, vintage, Williamson Street
October 1, 2011 · 1:35 pm
The Habitat ReStore Salvage Art Show is hung and ready for viewing! Stop by this month to check out our 3 participants; Bryan Richgels, Beth Heeney and Tammy Schreiter (yep, that’s me!).
"Grow", artist Bryan Richgels
"Well Traveled" artist Tammy Schreiter
"The Snails of Summer" artist Beth Heeney
Filed under Salvage Art Show, Uncategorized
Tagged as Art, art house, artist reception, Beth Heeney, Bryan Richgels, Friday night, Gallery, Gallery Night, Green Cricket Salvage, hatch, Hatch Art House, Madison, october, Tammy Schreiter, Williamson Street
August 26, 2011 · 4:33 pm
Whew! It’s nearing the end of August and boy, it’s been a busy one! The August Artist reception was very well received… linocut artist, Juliet Darken is officially a Hatch hit!
The Darken Family; Juliet is third from the left.
It was a perfectly, gorgeous night for an art opening!
Other news: Sunday, August 28th, Hatch will have a booth at Orton Park Festival… Here is a link. http://www.marquette-neighborhood.org/activities/index.php?category_id=4733&subcategory_id=7864 Hatch will also be open, with our favorite potter, Jenny Blasen, working in the shop.
We’ve had a lot of new work arrive in the shop lately. Here are some photos …
Steve Wirtz paper mache sculptures.
McKenzie Glynn makes wallets and clutches from discarded banners. Wallets are $22 and clutches are $48. A range of colors and designs... no two are alike:)
Vintage Chic is spot on for this pair of lovely and kinda hard to find, ice cream parlor chairs (1930's?)... Twisted wrought iron and newly constructed seats will hold you up no problem:) $98 each.
Tote Bags...a great use of vintage fabric! Lightweight and the perfect size. Be the envy of your fellow farmer's market shoppers:) $26 by Naystalgia Vintage Creations.
Filed under Artist Reception, Featured Artist
Tagged as Art, art house, artist reception, august, banners, Bryan Richgels, chairs, clutches, Friday night, hatch, Hatch Art House, Juliet Darken, Linnea Phillips, linocut artist, Madison, marquette neighborhood, McKenzie Glynn, Orton Park Festival, paper mache, printmaking, sculptures, Steve Wirtz, tote bags, vintage, wallets, Williamson Street, wrought iron
June 24, 2011 · 10:08 am
Bead Flora flower necklaces by Fen Li ($25)
Saw blade flowers. Artist- Bryan Richgels ($48) No wilting petals here!
H is for Hatch!
Anagram necklaces by Studio Debre. ($16) The original scrabble tile!
"Red Pear" print. Artist- Tammy Schreiter 5"x7" ($20)
Glass work by Nathan Gieseke.
Filed under Blown Glass, Jewelry, Uncategorized, upcycled
Tagged as acrylic, anagrams, Art, art house, Blown Glass, Bryan Richgels, fen Li, flowers, Gallery, Hatch Art House, julie walser, Madison, Nathan Gieseke, necklaces, pear, reuse, saw blades, scrabble, studio debre, Tammy Schreiter, upcycle, Williamson Street
June 16, 2011 · 3:04 pm
Do you think your Dad would like a cheese grater lamp ($68) for Father’s Day? I bet he doesn’t have one!
Trivets made with recycled wood and corks. ($38) Perfect for the Dad that likes to cook and drink wine:)
A Madison map bowl ($42) and a Lake Michigan stone keychain ($24). Perfect for your Pops!
Filed under Madison, Uncategorized, upcycled
Tagged as art house, Bryan Richgels, cheese, corks, Father's Day, grater, Hatch Art House, june, key chain, lamp, Madison, maps, marquette neighborhood, reuse, trivet, upcycle, Williamson Street
April 29, 2011 · 4:19 pm
Filed under Uncategorized
Tagged as Adrienne Applegate, Bryan Richgels, Erin Bowe, Gallery Night, Green Cricket Salvage, Hatch Art House, Jeremy Sailing, Lisa Penning, Lynn Lee, Madison, Naystalgia, Tahlia Day, Williamson Street