Time & Tide

This month, we’re welcoming fall with an exhibition called ‘Time & Tide’, with new work by Janet Eskridge, Duy Huynh, Judy Klich, Lesley Patterson-Marx, Angie Renfro and guest artist Alicia Armstrong.  The show explores the concepts of time and tide and how they affect the world around us, as... Read More

The Jeweler’s Bench: Lisa Hopkins

  Lisa Hopkins specializes in hand fabricated jewelry that features her etched calligraphy and hand-drawn artwork. Each piece she creates in her West Lafayette, IN studio is handcrafted one at a time using traditional metalsmithing techniques. Inspired by meaningful moments and small wonders of the natural world, her work embraces thoughtful... Read More

Artist Spotlight: Mary Alayne Thomas

Fairy tales fascinate Mary Alayne Thomas. She paints her own modern day versions, capturing magical moments that we all experience, both real and imagined. Initially taken with the luminosity and versatility of watercolor, Mary eventually began exploring and incorporating other media such as encaustic, gold leaf, india ink, pencil, and silkscreen.... Read More

Featured Potter: Jennifer Mecca

Jennifer Mecca spent many childhood weekends observing and participating in the traditions of her paternal Italian-American family. Among the most prevalent was the preparation of elaborate meals. She observed how tableware was as important as the planning, preparation and enjoyment of a meal.  This served as the foundation for her... Read More

The Language of Flowers

Our summer exhibition, The Language of Flowers, features new works with a focus on flowers by Duy Huynh, Judy Klich, Vicki Sawyer and Mary Alayne Thomas.  The artists explore the traditional meanings of flowers, reinvent them to fit within their own stories, explore their relationship with other elements or simply honor them... Read More

Featured Potter: Barbara Chadwick

Our featured potter for July is Barbara Chadwick, who creates one-of-a-kind porcelain forms. Her pieces often incorporate highly decorative surfaces inspired by nature, graphic design and an ongoing fascination with textiles. How did you get started in clay? I was introduced to clay in high school by the most... Read More