Holiday  Show  Information


  Friday,  November  11  from  9am till 7pm 

6888 Clubside Drive   Loveland, Ohio


You might be looking to get a jump on your holiday shopping.  We are happy to present the tenth annual Holiday Art Show featuring works from local artisans.


The show features an assortment of gifts you just can’t find at the mall or in catalogs.  Our participants are outlined below with a sampling of their work.

 

Mary Amburgey

Mary has been making jewelry for nearly 25 years.  She creates jewelry from silver, copper, brass, glass enamel, and beads.   Her work changes depending on which motifs, mediums, or techniques inspire her most.. 

Kate Albert Art

  1. A self-taught acrylic painter, Cincinnati native Kate Albert, has always had a great love of art and the outdoors. Both are evident in her unique interpretations of Cincinnati, its various venues and surrounding nature.

Kathryn Dyche Dechairo

My ceramic and mixed media art is an unearthing of self  influenced by a love of texture, natural objects and organic forms.  Working with both clay and caulking invites intuitiveness and spontaneity as its playmate, where the subconscious and obscure are manifested.  Encountering the unexpected inspires me to continue exploring such tactile and versatile mediums.

Jabebo earrings

  1. Unique, hand-made paper earrings that are inspired by the natural world and science.  You’ll find birds, mammals, moths & butterflies, insects, and flowers captured in these whimsical earrings.

Mari Brock

Art has been a passion and hobby for Mari since childhood. She decided to explore pottery two and a half years ago and is hooked!  She primarily does hand building and gets most of her inspiration from nature and animals. Sculpting is her strongest interest, and has recently begun several new creations.  She finds doing pottery very relaxing and just a ton of fun!!

Jo Dickman

Working with clay, to me, is utterly absorbing.

My imagination soars when I use slabs of clay to create nature-inspired forms for fantasy beings.

"Enchantment lies in different things for each of us."    M.K. Rawling

Kidwell Ceramics

Christine Kidwell has worked with clay for many years and incorporates an organic nature into the texture and form of her pieces.  Each piece is unique and will inspire and improve your living space.

Mud Slinger Pottery

  1. Bonnie McNett, an award winning local potter, creates wheel thrown items that are both functional and decorative.  Personalized and custom items can be ordered with delivery in time for the Holidays.

Arleen Rohman

Arleen Rohman is a polymer clay artist specializing in bead making.  Using only polymer clay (no painting!) she creates her own designs and transforms them into beads in her Loveland home. Her bracelet keyrings are the most popular item and can be found year round at The Village Junction gift shop in Montgomery.  While Arleen no longer does shows, she will make an exception for the Mud Slinger Studios 10th annual Art Show.

Arwa Atwan

Works as an acupuncturist and has fallen in love with the turquoise color.  She brings many supplies from Jordan and uses Jordanian turquoise.  She makes a wide variety of jewelry that interprets nature in a simple and basic way .  She finds making jewelry helps keep her centered, grounded and reduces stress.  She feels energized and connected to her creative self when new ideas or color combinations takes shape.  She looks forward to sharing her passion with others.

Alaa Chammaa

The trio of Alaa, Rawaa, and Rania work together to create tasty and healthy Middle Eastern cuisine.  They  use wholesome ingredients to create such delicacies as hummus, spinach pies, hereeseh,  and zaater pies, just to name a few.