Photography & Wearable Art
Charlotte Bell is primarily a photographer but she is now combining her photography and fiber to create one of a kind wearable pieces. She will be displaying both her photographs and her wearables at the Art Trail
Art is about thinking outside the box. It is about looking at what is and discovering how to configure and shape existing elements in new ways. My work in wood reflects a fluid union of form and function that adds visual interest to home or office environments.
medium: fine woodworking
Ethan Ham is a photographer and wood worker with a love of color and texture. His unique perspective may challenge the viewer or stimulate curiosity about how the process was completed.
16 women in a rural Mexican farming community hook rugs because they love it and it brings much needed income to their families. 100% of the proceeds go to the artist.
medium: hooked rugs
When an artist creates something, part of their spirit is in that piece. My hope is that my art will have the spirit to bring peace and beauty to the observers of my work. Rich textures, found objects, rich colors and some mystery are in those pieces I create. Come and see!
I create unique wearable art working with fine leathers, each piece becomes a personal statement for it’s owner. Wearing leather is a sensual experience, seeing the client’s smile when they first put the piece on is my reward.
medium: Leather Wearables
My work is about the joy of creating. Because of my passionate focus, my pieces show a versatility and a common thread of imagination, whimsy and movement.
I am a fiber artist, interested in functional art. I grew up in a home of makers. I love color, texture, nature, dogs and people. I believe in love and happiness! email@example.com
Ann Richards School
Visual Arts Program
The Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders is a public school (grades 6th-12th). The visual Arts program encourages students to pursue their creative interests and explore.
A native Texas Emerging Artist. Self taught abstract painter using alcohol inks on yupo paper. I love colors and not staying in the lines. There are no boundaries. My art asks you to explore your imagination. What do you see?