Illahe Studios

Whew! after closing Illahe Studios and Gallery on Fourth Street in Ashland, I have been trying to catch up on sleep, sort through boxes and boxes of files from the gallery and artwork…as well as some long vacations and travel. The plan is to open the Studio on First Friday evenings starting in May, and … Continue reading

Ceramic Sculpture at Illahe Studios

The Art Scene Sneak Preview

                                                    A very kind article by Julie VandenBerg for Ashland’s Sneak Preview

Arts and Crafts Style mosaic for apartment entry

  Getting ready to move the mosaic into place, based on an Arts and Crafts Style, will be bordered by a black 2 inch border…

She Watches Landfill Art Project

Landfill Art Project http://landfillart.org/susan-springer/

Hubcap for Landfill Art Project done

              The hubcap has been transformed for the Landfill Art Project   landfillart.org It was a Chevy…

Landfill Art/Hubcap Project

 “She Watches” , the completed hubcap for the Landfill Art Project   landfillart.org is complete….glass mosaic, ceramic mosaic and paper, off to Pennsylvania to join the other 500+ metal canvases.           photos of the hubcap in progress.         

Landfill Art Project

          The Landfill Art Project  provides hubcaps from the landfill for artists to use as a metal canvass.  Here is my hubcap in progress…   Landfillart is an international effort encompassing one-thousand-forty-one (1,041) artists to claim a piece of rusted metal garbage and create fine art. The 1,041 pieces of rusted metal … Continue reading

The Year of the Horse

For the month of February we celebrate the Lunar “Year of the Horse”.  In honor of the noble steed, I offer “Equus 2120″, a post apocalyptic ceramic sculptural horse, and “The Eleventh Hour”, a steed with a particularly good sense of time. Come join us in the Gallery for “The Year of the Horse”  with … Continue reading

Landfill Art Project

Have you heard about the Landfill Art Project?   take a look at the amazing work that has been made from reclaimed vintage hubcaps.  The site calls them metal canvases…here is my hubcap, I really don’t know what it will become. Want to get involved?   http://landfillart.org/    

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