May 30 – June 29, 2013

Pottery by Mary Bachman

Pottery by Mary Bachman

 

This retrospective exhibit contains Mary’s work in Oils, Pastels, Casein, Watercolor, Sculpture, Pottery, Weaving, Colored Pencil and Graphite.

Gallery Hours this week:  Thur – Sat:  3-8pm

Join us June 29 and meet the artist, Mary Bachman.

 

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Saturday, April 27, 3-4:30 pm

Carolyn Weins

Carolyn Weins

 

Come join us in the gallery for an Pastel Artist demonstration with Carolyn Weins.

Carolyn is an accomplished Pastel Artist who has received several awards for her work.

Pastel Work by Carolyn Weins

Pastel

She is a member of The Great Lakes Pastel Society, The Michigan Guild, Ann Arbor Women Artists, Chelsea Painters, and Ann Arbor Area Pastelists.

She will set up her easel and work on a pastel painting starting from the beginning.

She will explain as she goes along, and there will be plenty of time for questions.

Carolyn is also a docent here at Riverside Arts Center and has several pieces of work in the Docent exhibit this month.

You can also view more of Carolyn’s work on her website.

April is National Volunteer Recognition Month. One of the ways we celebrate the month is with this exhibit for our volunteers who are also artists.This year the docents have all variety of 2D and 3D plus some clothes line art.

Our Docents: Steve Allen, Donna Elmore, Lois Dowling, Carrie Gardner, Debra Golden, Dennis Gordon, Bill Knudstrup, Carolyn McGeever, Joan Miller, Michele Montour, Marilyn Prucka, Corinne Vivian, Ken Warner, Carolyn Weins, Angela Wilson

Much thanks you our docents for helping us keep our gallery doors open to the public!  This exhibit is open and free to the public through April 27, 2013.

Steve Allen

Steve Allen

Carrie Gardner

Carrie Gardner

Debra Golden

Debra Golden

Dennis Gordon

Dennis Gordon

Bill Knudstrup

Bill Knudstrup

Carolyn McKeever

Carolyn McKeever

Joan Miller

Joan Miller

Michele Montour

Michele Montour

Corinne Vivian

Corinne Vivian

Carolyn Weins

Carolyn Weins

Angela Wilson

Angela Wilson

Meet two artists in the “Comics, Cartoons and Caricatures” Exhibit

Both artists are extremely prolific in their work although their paths and styles are very different.  This is the 6th and final ‘meet the artists’ entry for the March 2013 exhibit.

Phoebe Gloeckner

Phoebe Gloeckner


Phoebe Gloeckner: 
Was interested in cartooning from an early age; her father was aA Child's Life by Phoebe Gloeckner commercial illustrator, and through her mother she met several of the San Francisco underground comics figures who were to have a profound influence upon her, including Robert Crumb, Bob Armstrong, Aline Kominsky, Bill Griffith, and Diane Noomin.

Phoebe studied medical illustration at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.  She has lived in San Francisco; Dallas; Aix-en-Provence; Paris; Prague; Setauket, New York; and Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she now teaches at the University of Michigan, in the School of Art and Design.

Phoebe received an Inkpot Award in 2000 and was the recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship in 2008.

You can learn more about Phoebe’s work on her website where she share both her comic work and medical illustration.
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Aaron Warner

Aaron Warner


Aaron Warner:
  Has created ground-breaking cartoon features for newspapers and magazines worldwide.

For over ten years, the critically acclaimed and wildly popular Adventures of Aaron comic strip was read by over six million newspaper subscribers, spawning two comic book series with Image, Adventures of Aaron and Aaron Strips, which garnered a Reuben Award nomination from the National Cartoonist Society.

From 2002 to 2007, Warner syndicated A College Girl Named Joe, a college-themed daily strip that became the number one downloaded comic feature through MCT Campus.Adventures of Aaron

Working with his wife, Angie, at their “Cartoon Studios” business, they create features for corporate clients or individuals, and provide illustrations for other creators, including Jonathan Rand’s, “Freddie Fernortner: Fearless First Grader.”

Aaron’s collected works are available at Amazon.com. Past projects include: Married With Children: Kelly Goes to Kollege #3 (Now Comics), Bulk Comix (Chiasmus), The One (Aazurn Publishing).

See more of Aaron’s work including his most recent on his website.

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