Thursday, January 22, 2015
When a grant failed to come through to study a centeries-old ceramics technique, St. Louis Park artist Kathy Mommsen turned to a new method to fund her trip to Italy.
Mommsen became interested in learning more about an Italian style of glazing called majolica after she retired as an art teacher in the Hopkins School District in 2013.
In particular, she desired to work with artist Marino Moretti, who lives in a castle built in 865 in the small Italian town of Viceno…
Thursday, December 11, 2014
The January, 2015 issue of Ceramics Monthly features NKB’s own Kimberlee Joy Roth. Kimberlee creates installations and larger compositions with functional vessels. Her ceramic work is in the permanent collection of the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis, MN, the Lincoln Arts and Culture Foundation in Lincoln, California and has been shown nationally in juried ceramic exhibitions.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Read Danielle Kalamaras’ interview regarding Karen’s work in SciArt Center’s current virtual exhibition, ‘Un-Natural Nature’ at SciArt in America’s blog:
Friday, February 07, 2014
Modern Midwest featured Emily Johnson of EC Design was featured in Modern Midwest along with her minimalist mixed metal wedding rings.
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Custom Woven Interiors
Bringing color and design home with Rep weave
As a designer, Marshall takes a contemporary approach to traditional designs. In this beautifully photographed volume she provides insight into her own design process for working with the versatile Rep Weave technique. She shares her tips for finding design inspiration and translating that inspiration into a woven textile.
In Custom Woven Interiors Marshall presents 18 project sets of related items for every room in the home. Weavers at any level, designers, and anyone interested in contemporary fabrics for interiors will find this book a valuable resource.
Monday, October 26, 2009
Out of thousands of submissions, Chase Jarvis, one of the world’s best known photographers, selected this photo by NKB artist Dan Marshall as the winning entry in his Best Camera photo contest.