#30 - Fall 1997 - JA40

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Theme: Harvest

Articles include: Tunbridge Ware, Erasing the Lines - Sketching, Exploring Color Possibilities.

Artists include: Sarah Freeman CDA, Dawn Cornell CDA, Jo Sonja Jansen MDA, Jurene While, Sherry Foster, Bobbie Takashima, Vicki Rhodes CDA, Karl Heinz Meschbach, Laure Paillex, David Jansen MDA, Leslie Reading.

The Splendor of the Harvest By Vicki Rhodes CDA

Colors of the Fall reflected in a hanging lamp. As summer nears it's end it seems as though everything is especially radiant with beauty. Here the colors of the Fall are captured in a hanging lamp with golden pears, soft peaches and berries, all with the use of Jo Sonja's Glass and Tile Medium.

Hallows Eve, A Night of Fun By Bobbie Takashima

A spooky tribute to Hallows Eve painted on a lazy susan. On a brilliant Azure blue ground, the creatures of the night come alive on Hallows Eve. Cackling witches slumped over their cauldron of brew, graveyards, jack-o-lanterns, haunted houses, and trick-or-treaters march around the circular design.

Adam's Apple Pie By Jo Sonja Jansen MDA, VGM

A delightful little cabinet featuring a modern adaptation of Adam & Eve. In this whimsical country adaptation of the story of Adam & Eve, the biblical temptress is offering Adam a delicious baked apple pie. Painted on a stained pine cabinet with black insets, the jewel toned palette glows with a warmth that is reflected thoughout the piece.

Oh My! It's Pumpkin Pie! By Dawn R. Cornell CDA

Composition painting. "Painting for Fall is one of my favorite palettes. The intensity of the colors God created for Fall is the reason it is my favorite time of the year. As you paint this still-life try not to think realism but think 'funism' and paint it with the whimsy it was created for." Folk whimsey is captured by crows with barbed-wired feet.

Victorian Autumn By Sarah Freeman CDA

Victorian mantle clock with gold filigree and brilliant floral bouquets. "I have always been fascinated by clocks. So much so, that I have at least one clock in every room of my house." Golden filigree forms rich toned cornucopias from which brilliant fruits and flowers spill across the mantle clock's surface.