2017 Ann Arbor Art Fair Official Guide

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DEMONSTRATIONS

3 p.m. Anne Kindl: Drawing

Vibrant drawing, expressive marks and intuitive

painting that will leave you rejuvenated for a

day.

4 p.m. Alice Vander Vennen: 2D Mixed Media

Find common ground between the beauty of

nature and the work of hands as Alice explores

the techniques of wire wrapping unexpected

textiles.

5 p.m. Hedy Yang: Ceramics

See the viral technique in action! Hedy will be

demonstrating how she uses the bubble glazing

technique to imitate marble

6 p.m. Jay Canterbury: Photography

A short walk with Jay will help you spot photographable

images in everyday life. Please

bring a camera or cellphone.

7 p.m. Potters Guild: Wheel Thrown Ceramics

Watch as Guild members demonstrate various

techniques for throwing clay.

SATURDAY, JULY 22

11 a.m. Potters Guild: Wheel Thrown Ceramics

Watch as Guild members demonstrate various

techniques for throwing clay.

Noon

Rick Phillips: Painting

Demonstrating the core of classical style

painting.

1 p.m. Meghan Patrice Riley: Jewelry

Watch two-dimensional line drawings be transformed

from steel cable to sculptural jewelry.

2 p.m. Amy Arnold: Wood

Figures are revealed as the layers of wood

shed away. You don’t want to miss it!

3 p.m. Margaret Miller: Ceramics

Layered paper stencils and colored slips are

used to decorate terra cotta.

4 p.m. Gabriel Craig: Metal Utilizing the traditional

hammer chasing technique, metalsmith Gabriel

Craig will create a brass coaster featuring a

mandala design.

5 p.m. Jay Canterbury: Photography

A short walk with Jay will help you spot photographable

images in everyday life. Please

bring a camera or cellphone.

6 p.m. Bala Thiagerajan: Painting

Learn how Indian art forms can be used to

create unique, textured paintings.

7 p.m. Potters Guild: Wheel Thrown Ceramics

Watch as Guild members demonstrate various

techniques for throwing clay.

SUNDAY, JULY 23

Noon Potters Guild: Wheel Thrown Ceramics

Watch as Guild members demonstrate various

techniques for throwing clay.

1 p.m. Anne Kindl: Drawing

Vibrant drawing, expressive marks and intuitive

painting that will leave you rejuvenated for a

day.

2 p.m. Katie Koening: Painting

You can almost taste it! See how value and

color temperature can make a food painting

appear realistic.

3 p.m. Wilbur Quispe & Melanie Ebertz: Fiber

Watch master weaver Wilber Quispe’s hands

dance across the loom, creating intricate tapestry

showing his knowledge of Andean culture &

tradition.

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