Joseph Kaftan Mosaic’s “DECEMBER RAINBOW” $800 – 25%OFF
It has been an incredible honor to feature the beautiful, intricate and color filled mosaics by Door County/Seattle artist Joseph Kaftan! His breath taking mosaics have adorned the gallery walls from day one of Angela Lensch Gallery. Joe’s work has brought so much beauty and joy to my experience as an artist and a gallery owner. His talent abounds and this is reflected in his new artistic opportunities. Joe’s beautiful mosaics will be featured in a new art venue this spring. Stay tuned for details…
As a thank you to all of our loyal customers, we are offering a mosaic sale from now thru February 13th, 2016. Stop in for the Mosaic Sale on Friday & Saturdays, noon- 6pm and also by appointment (920-868-5088). Now Thru February 13th, 2016. Online sale & shipping are also an option.
I am so excited to introduce to you the newest artist to the gallery, Dave Riemer! You may recognize his mesmerizing copper wind sculptures from Egg Harbor’s ‘Harbor View Park’As well as many private collections and galleries around the Midwest. The snowy gardens of Angela Lensch Gallery now feature over a dozen different styles and sizes of Dave’s amazing kinetic sculptures. From polished copper to green patina and “Tornados” to “Starflares”
Using the slightest breeze these sculptures move with gracefully sweeping arms, changing with the light as they cast complex geometric shadows over your garden. Made of copper and brass they can remain outdoors all year round. They are guaranteed for years of maintenance free motion; they will even continue to turn with a full load of snow on them!
Stop by to experience them in person or check out some of my videos on Facebook or Instagram.
Angela Lensch Gallery welcomes local artist Cheryl Bishop to her gallery on Saturday, October 17th from noon to 5pm. The outdoor display will feature Theorem Paintings which include fruit, flowers and holiday themes. Theorem painting is an Early American decorative technique dating back to England as early as 1800. The style came into fashion between 1810-1840 when it became part of the curriculum of finishing schools for proper young ladies. Although silk and watercolor paper was often used, cotton tea-stained cotton velveteen was the surface of choice. Oil pigments were applied by wrapping a small piece of cotton velveteen or wool around the artist’s finger.
Until recently the process of completing a Theorem Painting was time-consuming and tedious. The chosen design was traced, separated into stencil overlays and cut with an x-acto knife. This is the process Cheryl was taught when she studied at Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts, in Ludlow, Vermont. Theorem painting has enjoyed several periods of revival due to the members of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration. You will find it much more popular in the Eastern and Southern United States.
Cheryl has enjoyed over 20 years of stenciling fabric, walls and furniture throughout Door County. Join us to view her collection and to find out more about this historic art form.
This is a woven, three strand, Traditional Style necklace. Tiger Eye, Turquoise and Smokey Quartz woven into 14k Gold-Filled wire. Accented with my goddess style earrings. I love how this set matches concrete artist, Dylan Lauger’s Concrete Panels. Both of these items are available at Plum Bottom Pottery.
Sculpted jewelry in gold and silver… more then just a jewelry item.
Using a specialized technique, I take precious metals and weave them together with gemstones and pearls, creating unique matrices of wearable art. Every piece is one-of-a-kind and hand made.
I grew up on a lovely farm just outside Decorah, Iowa. I earned my BFA in Sculpture and Furniture from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and have focused those skills into my current work, creating sculpted jewelry in gold and silver.
Currently I reside in beautiful Door County Wisconsin, in the cozy Village of Egg Harbor. In May of 2014 I opened up my very own gallery out of my turn of the century log home, located on the south end of town. 7653 State Highway 42, Egg Harbor WI 54209.
I will be posting new work as it leaves my hands, creating a running portfolio of Angela Lensch Jewelry.
In 2012 I took an amazing journey that took my jewelry in a new direction!
To learn more about the project, click on PROJECT INDIA OVERVIEW, listed above.
Goal #1: To make a bigger impact on the world through my art of jewelry!