This year’s 2015 Dry Creek Art Fest Artist Roster includes:
Loom N Essence by Sharon Poplawski
Sharon weaves and spins forming her old-world functional fiber art.
Her studio “Loom N Essence” is a full service fiber arts studio
that offers of spinning and weaving equipment for fiber artists.
Come to be enthralled with all the fiber products!
Handmade Brooms by Jeanne Dudley
in from Quasqueton, Iowa, Jeanne, with a MA in fiber arts,
creates beautiful woven baskets and unique hand-tied brooms
used for both decorative and functional purposes.
Baskets and brooms are necessities in the path of life!
Transcend Art by Nate and Kristen Wyckoff
From Marion, Iowa this duo is famous for shimmering jewelry,
unique platters made from wine bottles,
and other vibrant outstanding glass works,
glass ware fit for any occasion!
Jeanne’s Soaps by Jeanne White
Jeanne hand-makes castile soaps made with oils of olive, soy palm,
kernel palm, castor, and rice bran. Her line of all-natural ingredients
is enhanced with essential and skin-safe fragrance oils,
such as aloe, lavender, anise, and more.
Life’s Little Treasures by Jeane Eagle
Jewelry by Jeane is just pure fun for those seeking bling
for themselves or bling for a dear loved one .
With the gift-giving season almost here… Everyone likes bling!
Check out Jeane Eagle’s booth!
Woodturning Art by David Kesler
Although famous for his Kesler Heirloom Pens,
David also creates a variety of keepsakes, bowls, paperweights, and more,
using native or reclaimed wood in his woodturning.
Feel the smooth touch of wood that has been expertly turned.
LeMo Ironworks by Tim Forinash
Looking for absolutely fun metal yard art?
Tim uses found items: horseshoes, doorknobs, railroad spikes, tools, disc harrows,
and any metal he can find to make one’s yard and garden unique!
Displaying Tim’s art is like putting a smile in your yard!
Front Porch by Marsha Fairbanks
Photography by Marsha Fairbanks captures the life fragrance
found in landscapes, wildlife, flora, and fauna.
Check out her snapshots that truly warm one’s heart and soul,
both dramatic and thought-provoking at the same time.
Hand Thrown Raku and Stoneware by Karen Sands
only does Karen, as Director of the Dry Creek Art Fest, promote art,
she also creates amazing hand thrown raku and stoneware.
Her vases and unique dinnerware have definite dramatic impact.
Be sure to ask about the process of Raku – it’s fascinating!
Carved Gourds & Wood Carvings by Sherri Wilcox and Jody Warren
Watercolor Paintings by Joan Cimaglia and Noma Lucas
Back by popular demand, watercolorists Joan and Noma
show the fluidity, the freedom, and the fun of watercolors in their artwork.
Framed and unframed paintings in various sizes and cards are available.
And, don’t forget to check out Noma’s famous “Mini” paintings
Come Visit the 2015 Dry Creek Art Fest!
Saturday Sept. 12 and Sunday Sept. 13
Hours: noon to 6 P.M.
Mini painting (3″ X 5″ on watercolor board) by Noma Lucas