Kathy Morgan studied fine arts at Wayne State University in Michigan. She says: Most of my drawings are inspired by nature, mostly animals and plants. I also enjoy drawing still life. I use mainly oil-based prisma color pencils . . . initially sketching lightly, then gently adding layer upon layer of color until the drawing […]
I make wheel thrown stoneware pottery. The pastel blue/green pieces are spray glazed with some different glazes. My inspiration comes from the colors of this local area and traditional forms. Some pieces are textured with sodium silicate that creates a contrast between a blue/green palette and brown. Belinda Hardin, Pottery
This year’s Vision & Voice, April 30, 2017 was so poignant, meaningful and fun! Here are the photos that Mary L. Barnard took. The event featured writers who wrote about pieces of art from the Joyful presenting their poems or stories alongside the artists who inspired them.
Nancy Taylor was able to make beautiful sculpy earrings despite her impairments with parkinson’s disease and rheumatoid artritis.
I like to work in series, and generally have two or more themes going at one time. Most of my work is colorful, painterly figures and still-life subjects. Currently I am focusing on a floral series and another of abstracted female figures. I do have card sets, and occasionally prints are available. Past series […]
He’s back at the Joyful Jewel, Ron Thomas, one of our favorites! These nostalgic watercolors are rural scenes with barns, familiar in our countrysides. Reminds me of happy times, lazy days of summer, peaceful with few cares. Thank you, Ron, for bringing those memories.
Ron Thomas, Painting I am a retired graphic artist from the Baltimore/Annapolis area. I studied with Fritz Briggs, Claude Croney, Skip Lawrence, and am an admirer of Andrew Wyeth. My studio is in Cary, NC, and I try to do plein air painting when the weather cooperates. I enjoy painting the NC landscape and […]
Elizabeth Haddix and Gurly Flynns original music cd
Adrienne Knowles, mixed media painting
My favorite classes always had something to do with art, and oriental art in particular. So when my husband was asked by the National Academy of Science to study the after effects of radiation from the atomic bomb that fell on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, I was very pleased. […]