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 Welcome to Ashland Art Works!

5 galleries and sculpture garden

 

Summer Hours (April – December)

Wednesday & Sunday: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Thursday, Friday, & Saturday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Closed Monday and Tuesday

Winter Hours (January – March)

February 1 – March 30, our hours are:
Thursday, Friday, & Saturday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Closed Sunday – Wednesday

Holiday closures: We will be closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day.

AAW is home to these outstanding local artists:

  • Elin Babcock’s assemblage, jewelry, & paintings
  • Marydee Bombick’s functional and garden pottery
  • Elizabeth Ellingson’s earthy, hand-fabricated sterling silver jewelry
  • Tamara Enz’s photos of wild places and intimate natural patterns
  • Suzanne Etienne’s joyful paintings
  • Michael Gibson’s painting in post-impressionists’ style
  • Cheryl Kempner’s jewelry, garden art & Crazy Clay Birds
  • Claudia Law’s textile creations
  • Bonnie Morgan’s decorative and functional pottery
  • George Popa’s dimensional wire sculptures
  • Lorene Senesac’s raku sculpture & wall reliefs
  • Connie Simonsen’s handpainted silk scarves
  • Angelique Stewart’s functional and stylish weavings
  • John Weston’s fine woodwork & cutting boards

 

Water, Ice, Birds, and Blossoms

Visit us this month for a new show featuring Tamara Enz’s photographs of water and ice and Cheryl Kempner’s metal and clay sculptures of birds and blossoms. You can also meet the artists at the First Friday Art Walk on May 4.

Tamara’s past life as a biologist informs her current life as a writer and photographer. She strives to witness the natural world in a way that honors its intrinsic value without translation or hyperbole. As a photographer of wild places and intimate natural patterns, Tamara hopes to create meaningful dialogue with a wider audience.

Cheryl creates her art in both clay and metal. Enjoy a grouping of clay hand-built poppies in shades of red and orange. Plus, see the new line of powder-coated metal flowers and trees that can be left outside year round. Metal birds appear perched on rusted steel sculptures and clay birds decorate Cheryl’s vases, trays, and bowls.

Artist Reception – First Friday
May 4, 2018
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

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