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For the months of October and November, Hatch Art House will be showcasing the artwork of Wisconsin artist, Nicci Martin. “Nicci Martin describes her work as “FUNctional art,” and her paintings, sculptures, accessories and mixed media creations certainly live up to that description. Whimsical, creative and colorful, Nicci’s art draws inspiration from nature and a wide range of influences, with flowers, birds, dogs and more playing out in bold, vibrant hues.”
The artist reception will be coinciding with the MMoCA Fall Gallery Night, Friday, October 4th from 5-9 pm and the show will run October 1st through November 30th.
Our May featured artists are mixed media assemblage artist, Bruce Furlin and contemporary painter, Peggy Engsberg Furlin. Let’s celebrate their works of art during MMoCA’s Spring Gallery Night!
Artist reception is Friday, May 3rd 5-9pm. Refreshments will be served.
Hatch will be showcasing Peggy and Bruce’s artwork from May 1st -31st. Check out the Facebook event here.
The August featured artist, Lauren Ann Paul is a textile and surface designer. This month she will be showcasing her latest art works in modern rug hooking.
“Lauren enjoys playing with color, pattern and texture across many mediums. Her training as a textile and surface designer has her putting her original art onto everyday items. Fabric storage bins, head bands and tea towels are just a few of her current muses.”
Laurens artwork will be showcased at Hatch August 1st-31st with an artist reception Friday, August 11th 6-9pm. Refreshments will be served.
Our May featured artist is the illustrator, Michael Hirshon. Hatch will be showcasing his latest illustrations including many Madison-themed pieces.
The artist reception will be coinciding with the MMoCA Spring Gallery Night, Friday, May 5th from 5-9 pm and the show will run May 1st through the 31st.
April featured artist, Jenie Gao is a multi-medium artist. This month she will be showcasing her paintings and prints.
“Jenie Gao is an artist and printmaker specializing in the mediums of woodcut and ink drawing. Her work focuses on the interdependence of preservation and change. She discusses how the objects we choose to keep and places and images we associate ourselves with act as anchor points in our families, friendships, and relationships. The desire to anchor ourselves in familiarity contrasts with the need to grow amidst inevitably variable surroundings. At the same time, a grounded sense of identity enables further growth, by creating opportunities to connect with others and change along with our environment.”
Jenie’s artwork will be showcased at Hatch April 1st-30th with an artist reception Friday, April 14th 6-9pm. Refreshments will be served.