NEXT YEAR'S EVENT WILL BE IN FALL
Until then, get to know the talented group of artists who have participated and see some of their work online.
We are looking for feedback about workshops.
Please drop us an email and let us know what you're interested in.
If your interested in participating in Art in the Barn 2020 please click here
FEATURED ARTIST & COLLECTORS
Steve Benford • Morgan Bilitz • Larry Bots • Carole Cullen • Mary Dutkiewicz • Kathy Ellenbecker • Mark Hargarten • Micki High • Robin Leenhouts • Kelley McDougall • Phil Nuelk • Mary O'Day • Jen Raboine • Lynn Sbonik • Janis Sierra • Dot Spransy • Gina Studelska • Michelle Savas Thompson • Margorie Wakefield • Clarey Wamhoff • Susie Weber • Bunnie Werth • Ken Willert
EXHIBIT & SALE | metal work • acrylic paintings • ceramics • Encaustic • woven rugs • mosaics • felted hats • baskets • castings • handmade books • felted rugs • oil painting • charcoal • eclectic lighting • salvaged items • jewelry • assemblage • glass • upcycled items • antiques • hair jewelry • garden art • fantasy and nature-themed art • sculptures • handmade instruments • free range eggs • and much more.
GET INVOLVED IN OUR WORKSHOPS
Whether you’re a professional looking for new inspiration, a brand new student or if you’re simply interested in picking up a new hobby. Watch for details about our upcoming classes.
Steve Benford • Morgan Bilitz • Larry Bots • Carole Cullen • Mary Dutkiewicz • Kathy Ellenbecker • Mark Hargarten • Micki High • Robin Leenhouts • Kelley McDougall • Phil Nuelk • Jen Raboine • Lynn Sbonik • Janis Sierra • Dot Spransy • Gina Studelska • Michelle Savas Thompson • Margorie Wakefield • Clarey Wamhoff • Susie Weber • Bunnie Werth • Ken Willert
beaded necklaces, earrings and bracelets along with organic soaps and balms
MICHELLE SAVAS THOMPSON
Oil Paintings, Charcoal Drawings
Pendants made with acrylic skins, Mixed Media, Painting
2020 WORKSHOP OPPORTUNITIES
We are in the planning phase for workshops for 2020 and would love your input. Tell us what you're interested in and we will see if can make it happen. Just drop us an email and share your thoughts.
Here are a few areas of interest we are pondering:
1) Mosaic sessions. Evenings during the week where you can make what you want. Leave your work at your station from week to week and pick up where you left off. Guidance available as needed.
2) Kids drawing classes. Using animal figurines in fantasy settings. Saturday mornings for a couple hours.
3) Welding and plasma cutting. A couple hours to give it a try and see what it's all about.
4) Concrete chairs. More on this later!
5) Rust & nature dying.
6) Speakers series.