|Chris Bell||River City Grill & Catering|
|Kay Cook||Classy Glass||
I got hooked on glass as a medium three years ago after taking my first jewelry class. I love doing things that use a kiln, it is always like Christmas when you open them up. At least three layers of hand cut glass are carefully designed and placed in a kiln. It is then fired to 1500 degrees, slowly cooled to anneal properly, then reshaped if necessary and fire polished. I am finding glass a fascinating medium especially the dichroic, I always look for something new that someone will enjoy.
|Kendall Kessler||Towhee Hill Studio||
Kendall is a professional artist and amateur pianist. Her work has been seen in over seventy national, international, and local shows and she has won numerous awards including awards from Dorothy Gillespie, May Stevens, Frank Webb, and Daniel Greene.
Faux-Creations is a local company owned by Martin Riding.
Specializing since 1986, his passion is teaching and doing decorative faux finishes such as wood graining, marbles, stones, clouds and many others.
Martin has had commissions in Europe and the United States; he has taught in San Diego, Atlanta, Chicago and elsewhere for private, commercial and state departments.
Hands-on classes are given at all levels from beginner to professional.
|Gardner Scott||Glencoe Museum|