At the Ed Gray Gallery "Wood: Form and Function" exhibit are "Black Cherry Burl" (left) by Norm Hefke and "Relic" by Steve Schlumpf.
More wood sculpture by Steve Schlumpf and Norm Hefke at the Ed Gray Gallery.
At left is Wayne Walma's "Quarter sawn cherry" and, at right, Steve Schlumpf's "View from Cloud 9."
Two wood sculptures by Wayne Walma: "Hammered copper/cherry (left) and "Copper/liberated yellow birch."
"Curly Birdseye Cabinet" (left) by Pat Reagan and "Maple Burl" by Norm Hefke.
More lovely wooden bowls by Norm Hefke.
Steve Uren's "One Eye Table" is made of Cherry, Tiger maple, Walnut and Birdseye maple.
"Theater" by Steve Uren -- Tiger maple, black walnut and cherry.
"Straw" by Steve Uren -- Tiger maple, black walnut, birdseye maple and cherry.
Great Lakes Artist Amy Arntson talks about her watercolor painting at the reception for her exhibit "Kind of Blue" at the Vertin Gallery on May 6, 2011. At right is the Vertin's Sarah Anderson.
"Morning Mist," watercolor by Amy Arntson.
"Night Swatch II" by Amy Arntson.
Cake for the reception of "Kind of Blue" at the Vertin Gallery.
Artist Amy Arntson with some of her paintings on exhibit at the Vertin Gallery through June 1.
Amy Arntson says her current paintings "focus on abstract design qualities of light, texture, shape and movement of water."
On May 6 the Conglomerate Café hosted a book signing for the children's book "Stars in the Water," a new publication of Mudminnow Press. Pictured here are, from left, Joe Kirkish, photographer; Laura Smyth, designer; Lesley DuTemple, author; and Jack Oyler, illustrator -- all of whom collaborated on the book. Above are Jack Oyler's original woodcuts that appear as illustrations in the book.
Lesley DuTemple, author, and Jack Oyler, illustrator, sign copies of "Stars in the Water," which features three magical tales of nature and the North Woods.
Calumet artist Jack Oyler's woodcuts are displayed during the book signing.
At the Fifth and Elm Coffee House in Calumet, artist Cynthia Coté has recently exhibited her miniature "Read, See" books. Coté is also Executive Director of the Copper Country Community Art Center in Hancock.
Another "Read, See" book display by Cynthia Coté at the Calumet Fifth and Elm Coffee House.
Also exhibited at the Calumet Fifth and Elm are drawings by Jeff Benjamin.
Another drawing by Jeff Benjamin at the Calumet Fifth and Elm.