March at Ashland Art Works on Oak Street: Young Artists

Student Artists

In March, Ashland Art Works on Oak Street is pleased to feature the works of young artists from Ashland High School. Stop in on First Friday, March 7, to enjoy their fresh talent and vision.

As always, there will be new work from our resident artists:  Handcrafted Jewelry, Paintings, Sculptures, Ceramic Art, Raku, Wire Sculptures, Pottery, and Mugs… Woodwork, Masks, Weaving, Hand-dyed Silks, Fused Glass, Crazy Birds, Cutting Boards, and very affordable, unique Gifts & Cards.

 

AAW is home to local artists….

 

 

Elin Babcock’s Assemblage, Jewelry, & Paintings
Marydee Bombick’s Functional and Garden Pottery
Monique Barker’s Tibetan-style Weaving & Masks
Sandra Davis’ Plein Air Oil Paintings, Prints & Cards
Don Gilmer’s Assemblage Clocks
Debbie Earley’s fused glass jewelry, functional bowls and plates
Michael Gibson’s Painting in post impressionists’ style
Sierra Gwin’s Nature Inspired Silver Jewelry
Cheryl Kempner’s Jewelry, Garden Art & Crazy Clay Birds
Claudia Law’s Textile Creations
Stefanie Moss’s Textile Weaving
George Popa’s Dimensional Wire Sculptures
Marilyn Reeves’ Narrative Clay Sculptures
Lorene Senesac’s Raku Sculpture & Wall Reliefs
Connie Simonsen’s Handpainted Silk Scarves
John Weston’s Fine Woodwork & Cutting Boards