Meet Our 2018 Exhibiting Artists
The Arts Council of Greater Lansing offers members the opportunity to showcase artwork in the contemporary setting at 1208 Turner Street. Exhibits run for one month (as assigned by the Arts Council). An open call to dues-paying Arts Council members is announced twice per year.
* Opportunity includes an artist-hosted opening reception held at the Arts Council (artists are responsible for providing light refreshments). Receptions are typically held on Fridays (some are on Arts Night Out).
* Chosen artists deliver and install their own work, using the Arts Council's Walker Display system, which runs approximately 20 feet and holds up to 300 pounds of weight in total (50 pounds per hanging mechanism). See what the system looks like.
* Artists are encouraged to contact media, invite friends and family and promote their exhibition on social media platforms.
* The Arts Council provides marketing, support and exhibit consultations to exhibiting artists.
From tiny details to broad and frenetic brush strokes, Stephanie revels in bold color statements, unknown worlds, and the absurd and delightful all around us. She draws inspiration from artists who have influenced her as long as she can remember, including Dr. Seuss, Mary Blair, and Jim Henson.
Nevin's Illustrations are created with pencil and marker and feature depictions of peoples from many different tribes as well as wildlife scenes from North America and around the world.
In celebration of Youth Arts Month, the Arts Council features a youth art exhibition each year for the entire month of March. The exhibition features the work of youth ages preschool through twelfth grades and also highlights the work of our Young Creatives billboard artists.
Catherine is inspired by the natural world. She has created art all of her life and has explored china painting, watercolors, oils, pastels, airbrushing, printmaking and sculpture. She has recently been using vibrant colors to explore abstract expressions.
David uses long-exposure photography and other techniques to capture the beauty and grace of the human form. He has been working with the manipulation of light and color in his photography since he was 14 years old.
A sculptor and painter, Chance Liscomb enjoys creating works around colorful, common objects. In this body of work, Chance explores some of life's sweeter elements, through a series of acrylics on canvas.
Max and Louis Boyang, are 12-year-old twin artists. They have loved drawing since they were very young and were discovered by artist Vivian Dwyer when they were nine years old. Their detailed and colorful works express a love of nature and its design.
David paints in oils and acrylics. His art is influenced by many different things, including his environment, his past and what he reads and sees. He enjoys the freedom of creating art in a variety of diverse subjects, including fantasy, wild life, landscape, and Native American and western inspired themes.
Dennis Preston has been interested in art, ever since he got his “Artist of the Month” award in first grade. He went on to attend the American Academy of Art, where he majored in Illustration. Dennis also has a love of horror films and special effects and works for independent filmmakers in and around the Chicago area, creating props and doing makeup work.
Angela loves to travel and be outdoors and Michigan’s scenery, wildlife and seasons are her inspiration. She uses her art to capture the dramatic side of nature, using lighting, contrast and vibrant color to convey her point of view.
In conjunction with Michigan State University's Global Festival, which takes place on November 11, 2018, we will feature the artworks of our Greater Lansing area immigrant, refugee and global-student population, with the goal of highlighting the artists and presenting their global/cultural perspective to the region.
Joseph is a fine art photographer whose subjects are both natural and architectural. He is interested in textures and shapes and how light and shadow play on those textures and shapes often creating new ones.
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