Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Sue Frenzel #37 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Sue Frenzel
Jewelry Artist

Pamela Ruschman #36 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Pamela Ruschman Fine Art
Pamela Ruschman’s passion is centered on the livestock and landscape of Wisconsin.  Pamela is an oil painter who grew up on a dairy farm in Southwestern Wisconsin.  As a child, the rolling hills, vistas, barns and animals filled her creative imagination.  Today, Pamela can often be found plein air painting along a quiet country roadside capture the livestock, landscape and beauty of Wisconsin on canvas.



Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Michelle Savas Thompson #35 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Art is a way of life for Michelle. She is a seasoned Plein Air Painter who enjoys sharing the beauty of life, nature and inspiration through her brush strokes. Past clients are ecstatic to own her work to have on display in their homes. Michelle is making a positive difference for others through her artwork.

Michelle Savas Thompson - www.msavas.com

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Lynn Rix #34 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Lynn Rix paints almost exclusively “en plein”, outside , from life. You can find her out in all seasons, with the Wisconsin snowy winter and painting from her boat in the summer being her favorites. Rix works spontaneously and in the impressionist style with quick brush work and a limited palette, catching a quick snapshot of a particular moment in time. Her paintings are full of light, atmosphere and emotion which clearly depict her love of the outdoors and her home state of Wisconsin.



Susan Steinhafel #33 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

My work is best described by photographer, Ansel Adams: "My approach to photography is based on my belief in the vigor and values of the world of nature, in aspects of grandeur and minutiae all about us".



Monday, October 2, 2017

Jewell Riana-Bradley #33 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Jewell enjoys painting and printmaking. She works from her studio after making collagraphs on large presses at Ozaukee Art Center in Cedarburg. Her dynamic prints are inspired by the art media and process itself – each print is enhanced by added color with stencils, defining composition and design - final details are rendered with vibrant colored pencils.




Ellen Anderson #32 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Ellen Anderson finds inspiration for her oil on canvas paintings in the woods, rivers and lakes of Wisconsin.  Enter the light and land, with owls, fox and other native fauna in her work.  A nationally published artist, Ellen will also feature notecards and holiday whimsical art from her watercolors.



Kelly Lemens #31 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Spirit Weavings rugs reflect the tapestry of our lives. Artist Kelly Lemens threads the joys, sorrows, laughter & tears of life into her hand-woven cotton rugs. Led by the Spirit and woven in contemplation, the colors and patterns that emerge tell a story that is distinct and unique. Check them out!



Sunday, October 1, 2017

Bridget DeLoge #31 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Bridget DeLoge holds a Bachelor of Fine Art. She has always had an interest in Stained Glass. She imagines, designs and creates her own designs, using all varieties and colors of glass. Lately, she has been incorporating wood and using other materials in her designs.



Alice Struck #30 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Visit Alice Struck, watercolor artist, in her Mequon home studio. Demonstrations will be ongoing, with new paintings started at 2PM each day. Alice is a teacher, exhibitor and artist mentor for those fascinated with the sparkle, spontaneity and beauty of watercolor painting in both studio and plain air traditions.


Mary Mendla #29 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Mary Mendla is a painter working in Oil and Cold Wax Medium.  Her work refers primarily to the natural world and is represented by abstracted, tonalist compositions.  She also works in fiber art and produces two lines of women’s apparel, Facets Fashions and Affluere Yoga Wear.  Mary offers classes and workshops throughout the Mid-West and in her Thiensville studio.




Saturday, September 30, 2017

Carol Gengler #28 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Interior Garden Art Studio is place to express yourself by creating art.

As an Art Therapist I believe that art can be both healing and revealing and fun to do.I work with both children and adults at the Studio and create my own expressive art.



Susan Hale #27 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Susan Hale is an Impressionistic Colorist Painter. She is known for her vibrant use of color and bold brushwork. Her paintings emit a sense of joy. Susan loves to paint "plein-air" and in her studio, a converted 1860's fieldstone barn. Her backyard garden and world travels are a constant inspirations for her paintings. "Color is magic to me", she says.



Paul Yank #26 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th



Friday, September 29, 2017

Nancee Ariagno #25 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Nancee's studio is filled with her original punch needle designs. There are finished pieces as well as patterns and all the supplies for this ancient art. Nancee offers classes, workshops and a monthly Lunch & Punch. Her work has been published in The Wool Street Journal, Punchneedle & Primitive Stitcher, Simply Vintage. Nancee's designs have been dubbed "Primsical".



Terri Lockwood #24 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Terri is a mixed media painter and photographer with more recent emphasis on incorporating the encaustic method and tools to her work. As a Wisconsin beekeeper and passionate nature lover, a harmonious process has developed with continual prospects for technical diversity: waxing, scraping, carving, stamping, incising, embedding, fusing and layering.



Megan Woodard Johnson #24 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Megan Woodard Johnson’s mixed media approach illustrates how a variety of moments define a total experience. The materials she uses carry the stories of learning, recording, and processing: vintage school books, ledgers, hand-written correspondence. These materials themselves each have a life and history, which is then woven into the stories Johnson tells by adding expressive layers of paint and drawing media.



Thursday, September 28, 2017

Mary Ellen Mueller #23 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Visit Mary Ellen Mueller’s Porch Studio where she creates spring, summer and into late autumn. View hand colored etchings, monoprints and oil paintings. Topics include wildflowers, fish and butterflies, and local scenes. Enjoy scenes influenced by international travel. Peruse the book “A is for Amaryllis”. Ask about commissioned architectural drawings.




Mark Stall #22 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Mark Stall is an award-winning fine art photographer living inMequon. A member of the Artists Guild and past board member &treasurer of the Coalition of Photographic Arts in Milwaukee. Mark has over 45 years experience in photography, video & film. He's created hundreds-of-thousands of images in his life and lives for photography. www.markstallimages.com www.digitalbrowniecamera.com  http://bit.ly/markstallwww.prostudiousa.com
Office  262.238.1488 • Cell  414.412.8047




Lisa Brobst #21 on the 2017 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour stop Oct. 13-15th

Lisa Ehrmantraut Brobst (Square One Design) specializes in small scale custom designed furniture. Each piece represents Brobst’s unique contemporary style while respecting traditional woodworking techniques such as hand cut joinery and natural finishes.