Egg Harbor, Wis. (September 11, 2020) – Plum Bottom Gallery invites you to the “Organics and Natural Materials” Art Show on Saturday, September 19 from 11am-4pm.
The show will feature artists David Robinson, Sarka Evans, Linda Deardorff and Ed Brogan. The gallery will also feature the newest collections of jewelry artists Robin Perreault, Jim Norton, and Julie Powell. The Gallery will also welcome Gary Packard, their newest wood artist, to the Plum Bottom collection.
All of these artists create handmade, one of a kind items out of natural and organic materials, such as wood and stone. The Gallery is happy to welcome you at their Plum Bottom Road location to view the show in person and is also bringing the show to you virtually on their Facebook page Saturday, September 19. Videos and virtual walk-throughs of this exciting new collection will be posted throughout the day.
David Robinson, a Colorado based artist, uses old barn wood and milk-based paint to create wooden dresses and herons perfect for any home. The dresses are based upon important female historical figures. Come see who you can find and recognize!
Sarka Evans gains her inspiration from gardening around her home. Evans uses hand cut glass and granite to create whimsical and inspirational scenes. Her newest collection focuses on our favorite fall activities while using a fall color palette.
Linda Deardorff, an Oregon based artist, uses Oregon Adler to create vessels and lidded boxes. These vessels and lidded boxes pair perfectly in threes and make the perfect addition to any mantle. Deardorff hopes to create a unique piece of artwork while bringing the natural environment in to the home without further degrading out forests or wasting precious resources.
This show will feature three jewelry artists: Robin Perreault, Jim Norton, and Julie Powell. Perreault uses sterling silver and wood to create natural material earrings and necklaces. Norton uses kumboo to create floral patterned jewelry. Powell gains her inspiration from the tradition of ancient crafts and textiles from all over the world. Powell uses glass beads and natural occurring gemstone to create intricate cuffs, necklaces, and earrings. This collection will only be available at Plum Bottom Gallery for a limited time so make sure you check it out.
Ed Brogan loves the natural beauty and utility of wood which he uses to created beautiful and useful pieces. Brogan’s process involves construction of pieces of wood to create handmade bowls that are signed, dated, and numbered. Gary Packard makes handmade natural wood knives perfect for cutting bread and tomatoes.
Stop by Plum Bottom Road Saturday, September 19 from 11am-4pm to find your next piece of handmade natural art. Can’t make it? Head to their Facebook page for the virtual show.
Plum Bottom Gallery has 2 locations open daily 10am-5pm. For more information, visit PlumBottomGallery.com or call 920-743-2819. You can also shop PlumBottomGallery.com 24/7 from the comfort of your home.