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In The Studio With
John Martinek

Larry Welo
Will be our
Second Sunday
Featured Artist
May 13th 1:00 to 2:00 pm
Known primarily as a printmaker, Welo recently turned his eye towards painting, usually on location or "en plein air." His subject matter includes paintings of landscapes near his home and studio in Wisconsin, as well as neighboring states. 
Potter of the Month
Kevin Pearson
Kevin has been creating wheel thrown pottery for over 40 years. His interests have included high-fire functional stoneware, porcelain, crystalline glazes, raku, ceramic decals, as well as earthenware. Through all of the years, he has focused on the form of the vessel.
Special Announcement!
Artist Mary Kline Misol's work is joining the gallery. We are starting with a few of her framed prints. Her upcoming show at Beréskin Gallery & Art Academy runs from APRIL 28 – JUNE 23.
Look for her paintings to arrive at Iowa Artisans Gallery after this show.
"My imagery revolves around figurative subjects, compositions, botanicals, and landscapes. My still life works incorporate ethnic objects, such as puppets and ceramic figures, that I personify with their placement in the compositions. I strive for a portrait-like quality in my figurative works. I am influenced by literature, myth, poetry, and the wildlife in my own backyard."
Mary Kline Misol

panorama march 2016
Summer Shop Crawl 2018
May, 18th 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Second Sunday in April we had a wonderful demonstration of Mableing by
Barbara Bernier
New Work in the Gallery!
Wheeler Bag Company
Portland Oregon
Waxed Canvas

Natalie Therese
Cork shavings removed from the bark of the cork oak tree are transformed into ultra thin sheets to produce cork fabric. Cork is a natural and sustainable material harvested  from cork oak trees every nine years without harming or killing the trees. The bark of the trees naturally regenerates, making cork a renewable resource. Cork is also recyclable and biodegradable.
Natalie Therése sources cork fabric from Portugal, the world's number one cork producer. The manufacturer avoids the use of chemicals in the production process.

Cork fabric makes an ideal material for handbags because it is lightweight, soft, easy to clean, stain-resistant, and waterproof. 

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