Kate Riddle

Potter, Ceramics

Kate has been working in the arts professionally since 1995, and established Kate’s Claythings in 2006. Many of her pieces incorporate oceanic colors, aquatic creatures and century’s old Celtic designs. Kate specializes in Raku firing techniques, but loves to push the limits, expanding the idea of using other material and creating interesting functional works. Kate also assists teaching workshops and demonstrates firing techniques.

Anita Shikles

Monument Design and Visual Arts  ShiklesFineArtCreations.com.

 

I work as a contract artist, and do design and restoration work on monuments, memorials and murals. I do design etching and carving on granite for a number of monuments companies in the Midwest and have done both small and large scale monuments and murals in schools, towns and communities.

In addition to working as a contract artist, I work with other visual fine arts. I offer paintings in acrylic, oil and watercolor, and do original work with clay and 3-D media. Samples of my work can be seen on my website:

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Kate Riddle

Potter/Sculpture

Kate has been working in the arts professionally since 1995, and established Kate’s Claythings in 2006. Many of her pieces incorporate oceanic colors, aquatic creatures and century’s old Celtic designs. Kate specializes in Raku firing techniques, but loves to push the limits, expanding the idea of using other material and creating interesting functional works. Kate also assists teaching workshops and demonstrates firing techniques.

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Tim and Marsha Kienzle

Jewelers

JEWELRYMAJIGS AND THINGEMABAUBLES, a husband and wife team producing unique handmade copper jewelry including chains made with traditional links and hand stamped design elements; earrings and pendants using metal working techniques such as distinctive texturing, stamping, fold forming, and various patina applications; bracelets applying bending, twisting, braiding and texturing techniques incorporating repurposed materials where possible.

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Laura Burch

Painter

Laura is the founder of the Bonner Springs Arts Alliance and is an art enthusiast.  Many of her paintings are of her travels.

 

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Erin Shevling

Potter/Sculpture

Erin works with both stoneware and porcelain to create functional and sculptural pottery. She enjoys mixing her own glazes and controlling the temperature during firing to alter the glaze effects to suit the particular pieces. Erin taught art for 13 years in Maryville, MO before returning to her childhood home to dedicate more time to her art.

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Leigh Coffman

Painter

Leigh has a studio in Shawnee under the name Heartland ArtWorks. She has many works in in colored pencil and spends most of her time during the warmer months at plein air painting competitions. Leigh has used her creativity in many different ways over the years, but she has always focused on realism.

 

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Kris Ball

Glass Artist and Scarf Designs

Kris showcases her silk dyed scarfs, hand crafted jewelry and hand blown marbles.  Kris teaches at KCKCC.

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Trent Freeman

Sculpture/Multimedia

 

Trent Freeman opened T.E. Freeman Studio in 2000, creating personal sculpture for his clients. Though Trent flourished as a personal sculptor, he found that people were often requesting urns, designed specifically to honor their loved ones. Overwhelmingly inspired by the passion and lives of others, Trent found that he could still express his creativity through urns and meet the needs of others.

T. E. Freeman Studio. tefreemanstudio.com

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