Here are some images from last night’s gallery opening. The show runs until July 15 at the Ice House Artists Co-op in Berkeley Springs, WV.
Hannah Lenhart, a Fairmont native, is a ceramic artist who recently graduated from Fairmont State University with a B.A. in Studio Art and a B.S. in Business at Fairmont State University. She predominately works in ceramics and is focusing on creating functional yet “whimsical” pieces of pottery.
Hannah is very disciplined about her work and aspires to establish a successful business with her unique style. Hannah was also awarded a yearlong Tamarack Foundation Emerging Artist Fellowship in 2016. Learn more about Hannah at http://hannahsclaycreations.com/.
Music was composed by Pierre Arrachart and Laurant Colombani and licensed through Omnimusic.com (https://omnimusic.com)
ArtVoiceWV is production of 78 Degrees West Films. Major support for ArtVoiceWV is provided by Clara Ladd & David. Additional support is provided by Sally & Jerry Berman, Karen & Rick Schneider, and The Morgan County Forum for Arts, Science and Technologies, Inc.
Lynn Lavin is a clay artist who loves animals. She creates whimsical sculptures of tigers, penguins, burrowing owls and polar bears, all of which are endangered species. She began her work as a means to express the light side of life. While she has work in traditional clay formats, her animals truly express her inner vision. Lynn is an active member of the Morgan Arts Council and the Icehouse Artist Co-op.
First Impressions: Her artistic muse seems to be personified in “Mr. Penguin Goes a Courtin'”. Whimsy, humor, a warm affection…optimism reigns. Her conviction underlies a gentle facade…thus she shares her love of clay, the power of clay with children of all ages. One might suspect that her creature cats and dogs, polar bears and birds are her companions of choice.