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Bradd Neidhamer - Bradd and Hall Inc.
I believe we were created to be creative in life. So we express our creativity in our heirloom wood treasures. Functional pieces to be cherished as a unique work of art not just a utilitarian piece of throw away stuff. Bradd Neidhamer - Jeremiah Copenhagen.com
Persis Wade, Artist
I am a ceramic artist intrigued by the natural physical touch of my fingers to the clay driven by impulse. I create vessel inspired sculptures that are characterized by texture and movement.
Confluence of Willows
Willow basketry runs deep in my ancestry and can be traced back to my great grandfather who wove baskets out of necessity in the Dakota Territories in the late 1800’s. I learned from my father as a child and have been weaving for over 40 years. I am capable of many different weaving styles as well as living structures.
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".
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.
Greetings: It is with great pleasure that I would like to introduce you to my art work. My name is Valiyapurayil Rajagopalan ( aka Raj) ,I was born and raised in Kerala, and migrated to the U.S with my family in 1971.The state of Kerala is in the South West of India, was called "Paradise" by Paul Miller in National Geographic, also has been called "God's own country", because of it lush green color, coconut palms, paddy fields and the backwaters of the Arabian Sea. All that was what inspired me to paint. However I paint the temples, and scenes from Kerala, and have also moved into scenes from other parts of India, and the Western World too, which include cityscapes and waterscapes. I have held one man shows, and have had some of my paintings in Germany, India and of course in the U.S.
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Denise Potter, Painter
I am a watermedia artist that loves to paint landscapes, florals, intuitive paintings of all sorts, and children’s and animal portraits. You can see samples of my work on Instagram @denisepotter4163. I am a member of the Goshen Painters Guild where I also teach some classes. I do take commissions. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Shiny Shiny Black
Shiny Shiny Black features classic guitar tones and strong Americana roots rock sensibilities. Their determination and grace is visible in their recordings, tempered by over 100 live performances. You can expect carefully crafted songs, high-energy performances, and an experience that is simultaneously fun and transcendent.
Leah Borden, Fine Artist
Leah has lived in Goshen for 13 years and values this community very much. She received a bachelors degree in Fine Art from Manchester University.
Gail Janssen, Fiber
Gail has over 40 years experience on floral design. Fiber artist specializing in felting, fabric sculpture, and wearable art.
Grant Beachy Photo
Goshen, Indiana wedding photographer. Photography and photographer for life. Wedding, editorial, portrait, senior, lifestyle, sport, commerical, film.
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.
Amy Worsham, Artist
Fine letterpress printer by trade, Amy studied Graphic Design at IUSB. After successfully completing her tenure as the city of Goshen's first-ever Arts Coordinator, she now divides her time serving regional artists & creatives through The Local Co. 132 and other countywide efforts through Vibrant Elkhart County.
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.
Zach Tate Ceramics
Originally from the Ozarks in southern Missouri, Zach Tate is a ceramic artist living and working as a ceramicist in Goshen, Indiana. He received his B.F.A. in ceramics from Missouri State University and his M.F.A. from Texas Tech University in 2013. In 2018 Zach was elected as the Director At large for NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts).
Kathy Stiffney Integrated Arts
“Paint 'til it sings” is my mantra. Oils, watercolor, acrylics, inks, canvas and paper are the tools and anything new invites. From that inner place painting becomes meditation and song, sharing it with you through originals, prints, cards and commissions.
The Local Co. 132
Through cooperative practices, we support local artists with business education, experience, and commerce. The Local Co. 132 is a 501(c)3 non-profit art organization.
Rafael Chávez y Moreno
Since its formation in 2012 Lalo Cura has become one of the most innovative Spanish Rock bands in the Midwest. Blending the various styles that are representative of each member in the band, Lalo Cura never stops exploring unknown sonic territories. The band is led by Rafael Chávez on guitar; Sam Que on saxophone, Sonny Carreño on percussion, Brendyn Cane on drums and Khalin Diggins on bass.