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Shay Services, LLC
Oil painting for over 50 years. Specializing in animal/pet portraits.
Director of the Arts - Goshen College
Marcia Yost is a lifelong Goshen Resident who has been dedicated to enriching the performing arts in Goshen. She is an award-winning choral director as well as a vocalist and church musician. Yost is a sought after choral clinician spending time with high school choral programs throughout the Midwest. She has expertise in arts management and theater direction.
Michael Goodwin, Photographer
I have been interested in Photography for almost 50 years. I have been shooting and processing black and white film since I was 7 years old. I shoot mostly fine art black and white. I also enjoy teaching others about photography.
Olivia R Copsey
Olivia Copsey is the owner of 4/4 design. 4/4 Design specializes in creating music, pottery, photography and design, and creating *for people who make music, pottery, photography and design. A multidimensional freelance business 4/4 is ready to design your next poster, sing at your next event, or photograph what's special to you.
Jason Ropp, Musician
Jason is a guitarist, singer songwriter, and essayist who leans into the hard edges of life, looking for honest words to help us get through. Depending on the particular project, the aesthetic ranges from folk and folk rock to hard rock duos to full band indie.
Bending Tree Knits
Amber Stoneburner started Bending Tree Knits in 2012 creating handmade, knitted items, with cozy simplicity in mind, and selling from her home. Since then she has expanded to selling in local Goshen stores, and teaching knitting classes. Essential Oil bracelets, and Crystal necklaces were added in 2018.
Grant Beachy Photo
Goshen, Indiana wedding photographer. Photography and photographer for life. Wedding, editorial, portrait, senior, lifestyle, sport, commerical, film.
Heather Potsander is a local elementary art teacher and owner of Artspots, which offers children's art classes from her home. She also does group painting classes for all ages and upcycled sewing (t-shirt quilts, curtains from bib numbers, etc.)
Sam Brown, Musician
"Without music, life would be a mistake." - Friedrich Nietzsche. I have lived with this motto most of my life, both consciously and subconsciously as a young lad. I was the type of guy to bring my guitar to school. Some cringed and thought of me no more than a nuisance, but playing soothed my ginger soul and helped me get through life's relentless challenges. In high school I had the honor of being taught by great musicians and teachers such as Ben Kambs, Larry Becker, (Choir) Scott Garner, and Mr. Carpenter. They invested countless hours sharpening my skills and teaching me the arts. I grew to love music more as time passed. I had incredible opportunities to sing in all-state choir, perform in ISSMA competitions, and sing solos. During high school I began playing at coffee shops and wherever I could, and this helped me overcome my shyness. I have been playjng guitar for over 15 years, and gravitate toward R&B, Hip-Hop, Blues, and Folk. A few years ago I was blessed to be ased to simg the national anthem at the B100 Festival with a friend and fellow musician Julia James to an audience of somewhere around 30,000... that's one way to face your fears! I have also auditioned for American Idol, The Voice, and Michigan's Rising Star. I love performing and music brings me to life. You can find some of my music on Spotify, iTunes, and more by searching for "Samuel Jay Brown". Give me a call if you want me to play for your next event.
Sandra Y. Perez
Sandra Perez, Artist
Born in Puerto Rico, I moved to Goshen the Summer of 2012. I enjoy using recyclable materials, songs, poems, letters, music sheets, in my art.
Dillons wood turning
I am a self taught wood turner. I have been turning for 15 years. I turn one of a kind segmented bowls. I also turn rolling pins and kaleidoscope eggs. I like to use wood with lots of character to it. I finish my pieces with a food safe finish.
Bruce Bishop Ceramics
I've spent most of my life in Goshen, IN. with 10 years teaching ceramics at a community college in Washington state. I enjoy carving into my clay creations when leather-hard. I use a self-glazing slip called Gosu, which I carve through. I have work at 'Art on Main' a gallery in Elkhart and 'The Local' in Goshen.
Self-taught artist specializing in mixed media, ink, water color, acrylics, and paper collage.
Fred Driver Ceramics
I have been working with clay since 1971, when I took my first clay class as a senior in high school. I graduated with a B.A. in Art from Goshen College, taught two years at Hesston College and have been working in clay part-time ever since. I joined the Goshen Clay Guild in 1999 and have been the director since 2004.
Paulo Juarez Photography
Portrait, Fashion and fine art photographer
Bob Smoker Clay Art
I’m captivated by the nature of clay. On one hand very pliable and on the other very permanent when fired. I enjoy employing recurring details of texture and colors when creating a piece. A founding member of Goshen Clay Artists Guild...what a joy it has been!
I'm a Goshen native with a bachelor degree in communication arts and graphic design with concentrations in Computer Graphics and Multimedia Entrepreneurial Training in the Arts. I work as a graphic designer at a wedding supply company. I do freelance work on the side. My focuses are design and illustration.
Don Battles Jr
Don Battles Jr, Artist
Largely self-taught, Don's artistic emphasis and inspiration comes to him in many forms. His works reflect his love for creating, covering subject matter from portraits to landscapes and wildlife. His work has been described as "amazing" and having a "refined sensitivity".
She Dreams In Colors
Caitlin Lanctot is a jewelry maker that creates metalwork and enamel jewelry, using Sterling Silver, Copper, and Brass. Love of color and texture, as well as references to nature, are reflected in her work. Customers have described her work as: “unexpected,” “vibrant,” “fresh,” “geometric,” “earthy,” and “heirloom quality.” A graduate of Goshen College and former art teacher, Caitlin is currently a member of the Goshen Jewelers Guild. She works and sometimes teaches from the guild, as well as her home studio. Her work is for sale locally and online in her Etsy shop, SheDreamsInColors.
Christa Jones, Music Education
Christa Jones is a proud Goshen resident and has been the General Music Teacher at Concord West Side Elementary School since 2013. She is passionate about providing a positive, engaging music classroom environment where students can grow personally and musically, and she is actively involved at Elkhart Civic Theater.