Holy smokes we have run out of days people. The biggest and best BHM yet is going to be TOMORROW! Woo Hoo! Today we are introducing you to some last minute additions to our show and to our GEM (Gathering Emerging Makers) artist.
E.S. Heeter Fine Art
Elizabeth Seagull Heeter creates hand-cut paper designs based on local Indiana themes. She mounts these intricate images onto vibrant watercolor paintings. Original cut-paper art, plein air watercolor paintings, prints, greeting cards, vellum lanterns and paper ornaments available.
Jessica Shurr Art
Jessica Shurr produces whimsical and colorful illustrations of people and animals. She works with pen and watercolor on paper and acrylic and collage on wood. Her products include original paintings, prints, cards and commissioned portraits.
Being Breath offers her art in hopes that it prompts your to feel something, to shift your perspective, to remember your practice of mindfulness or compassion, or to inspire you to create your own expressions of experience.
Beyond Clay Gauges
Beyond Clay Gauges works with polymer clay, blending and designing wearable body art for anyone with any style. She has a small line of designs but loves the challenge and process of custom designing pieces also.
Claire works in watercolor and is inspired by the beauty of the simplistic outdoors and nature. She immerses herself in the woods and emerges with colorful, vivid, creative designs that make you feel the gamut of emotions from complete joy to sorrow, all in the swoop of a single brush stroke.
Fine detail has always been a theme of Mirrored Iris' work, whatever form it takes. Tiny tight designs in my drawings, precise and intricate stitching in embroidery, up-close photographs of the most minuscule aspects of nature, etc. Right now, jewelry-making is appealing to this side of my creativity and continuing that theme as I work with small beads and wire, using miniature pliers and other small tools to bring together many intricate elements to create each piece. Life seems to be repeating a message to me about how much beauty can be experienced through the very small aspects of our world, and that it's the littlest things in life that have the biggest secrets to reveal.