Artist Demonstrations

 

Curious how your favorite artists bring a concept to reality? Learn more about woodworking, clay, jewelry making, painting and more! Check back later for more information about 2017 demonstrating artists.

2016 Demonstrators

Sponsored By: Stubnitz Foundation

Blacksmithing

Matt Stone

Fiber Arts

Mary Kelly

Matthew Schellenberg

Glass

Linda Jacobs

Richard & Doris Brzezicki

Susan Matych-Hager

Jewelry

Janet Graham

Michelle Maddux

Mixed Media

Luther Rosebaro

Mad Mohre

Pottery

Joseph Pelka

Painting

Brenda Singletary

Carl Quinn

Janet Alford

Joellen Peck

Susan Semenick

Thomas Thiery

Woodworking

Michael Thomsen

2015 Demonstrators

Sponsored By: Stubnitz Foundation

Painting & Drawing

Tom Thiery

Carl Quinn

Susan Semenick

Steve Gill

Sharon Sunday

Ceramics & Pottery

Kris Cravens

Rae Baxter – Ceramics

Shirley Brauker

Amy Philp

Glass

Michelle Guernsey

Richard Brzezicki

Susan Matych Hager

Fiber Arts

Roseanna Wyse

Doris Brzezicki

Woodworking & Blacksmithing

Mike Thomson

Luke Barnett

Lynn Southward

Matt Stone

Mixed Media & Other

Matt Schellenberg

Jamie Goode

Joe Rupley

Kimberly Myers-Pinkel

Bryan VanBenschoten

 

Plein Air

Sponsored By: Adrian District Library

Eight artists drew and painted downtown Adrian in an activity called Plein Air. The finished works were exhibited during Artalicious 2016. Artists who participated in Plein Air include: Sue Amstutz, Marjorie Castle, Steve Morast, Jill Schaffer, Tom Thiery, Carlos Tobar, Carolyn Siler, and Ted Vassar.

A New Generation

Student artists are also an important part of Artalicious. In 2015, six high schools designed and sent teams to paint 4’x8′ portions of a 4’x48′ mural that graced the new Kiwanis Trailhead park near downtown Adrian. Come and watch talented young artists from Adrian, Blissfield, Britton, Onsted, Sand Creek, and Tecumseh bring the Mural Alive and future murals, to life. This project is thanks to our sponsors, the Lenawee Youth Council and Stevenson Lumber!

Adrian High School teacher Ryan Bill’s class constructed a massive 300 milk crate sculpture by joining them together with cable ties thanks to County Market, Classic Cabinets, and PrairieFarms. Come watch demonstrations like these in the years to come at Artalicious!