SaddleBrooke Ranch Spring ARTwalk May 7

Linda Shannon-Hills
For the first time, SaddleBrooke Ranch artists are having a spring SBR ARTwalk. The ARTwalk will be held on Saturday, May 7, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. More than 18 artists will be selling their art in their homes, with several clubs selling in the Creative Arts & Technology Center.
Participants for this spring are:
Janice Mihora—hand thrown pottery, acrylic paintings, and tiled wall art
Erin Newman—paper quilling art for wall or table top, plus hand crafted cards and notes
Beverly Hinton—glass art of various designs, dishes, and bowls
Larry Binney—cholla skeleton art designs for home and yard
Sharon Farber—fused glass art bowls and pieces on stands
Bob Hills—fine art photography and digital art of Southwest landscapes, native American dancers on canvas, metal and paper (no FotoSlates this show)
Pam Wample—fiber art pieces, knitted and crocheted sweaters, hats and afghans, ponchos and dog coats
Julie Edmonson—pottery inspired by nature, combining clay with wood and or copper
Susan Swanson—paintings of abstract and contemporary designs
Judy Tedeschi—18-inch dolls and handmade doll clothing to also fit American Girl dolls
Suzanne Shiff—handcrafted sachets using vintage handkerchiefs and buttons, plus desert wreaths
Denise Carlton—jewelry made from sea glass, fused glass along with water color painting, and color pencil drawings
Diane McFain—fused glass art in landscape designs, candle holders, wall panels, bowls, and plates
Jean Morgan—resign designs one-of-a-kind Lazy Susans, charcuterie trays, coasters, TV trays, and more
Ceci Irwin—jewelry and gifts made with beads, crystal, semi-precious stones, and glass
Doug Miller—oil paintings with reproductions, with signed and numbered giclees
Frenchie Clark—Quilts for all ages, with machine embroidered towels and other items
Ginny Mulhern—hand-made quilts and table covers
Steve Schneck—Acrylic paintings of contemporary designs
Mary Schneck—Unique handcrafted painted and carved gourds
Selling in the Creative Arts & Technology Center:
Sandy Holden—paper crafts such as cards, gift tags, and bookmarks
Glasshoppers Club—Mosaic glass, fused glass, and some stained glass made by members of the studio
Lapidary and Jewelry Club—silver and gold jewelry with various stones made by members of the club
We Be Beaders—beaded jewelry and kumihimo style jewelry made by members of the club
Art Club—various items made by members of the club
You can also see photographs of artists’ works on the SBR ARTwalk Artists Facebook page.
Directory and map for the spring SBR ARTwalk will be available at the Ranch House Front Desk near the ballroom entrance and at the La Hacienda Club front entrance counter.
If you have questions, contact Linda Shannon-Hills at [email protected].