Lorna is one of Door County’s premiere artists. In the early 1960s she received her B.F.A. in painting from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. For the past 25 years Lorna has been artist in ... [more]
Are artists inspired to create specific artworks, and types of artworks, by their environment?
This is of course the case, and the uniqueness of Washington Island’s natural space, its beaches, forests, fields and general serenity, have long been a major influence on a wide variety of artists, whether they are weavers, painters, potters or musicians and performers.
If you are an artist, consider visiting the Island for a new perspective; if you are an arts-lover…well, visit soon…
John works in charcoal, pen and ink, watercolor, acrylic, and oil. John’s work can be seen in homes, at the Washington Island Art & Nature Center, and at several museums and public buildings on the ... [more]
Judie Yamamoto teaches and lectures nationally, and writes about weaving and related topics. Notable for its use of color and blending, her woven work and polymer clay jewelry have appeared in ... [more]