Art a la Carte November 15 – December 30

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Jo Manginelli, an award winning weaver, has had a lifelong fascination with textiles which led her to weaving and felting in 1997.  Her work exhibits her versatility and love of texture and color as well as her interest in exploring the multitude of structures and fibers in her wearable art.

For Deborah Salazar art has always been her passion; 3 – D art being her favorite form.  Moving from clay to wool as a medium has allowed her to create more realistic animals.  Using a Posable Armature and adding a bit of whimsy brings their personalities to life. One can’t help but smile and wonder what mischief they might get into.

Judith Skinner’s jewelry can be described as wearable sculpture.  “The Skinner Blend” which is a blend she developed launched her into combining a rainbow of colors into her work.  She hand forms metallic colors which add a glow to her thin pieces of polymer clay to form gently curved shapes then add a final touch of subtle pieces.