MADISON (WKOW) — All weekend lengthy, Capitol Square will be stuffed with art and enjoyment in honor of Artwork Good on the Square.
The event brings approximately 500 artists to the location, who provide almost everything from sculptures, to jewellery, to paintings and a great deal a lot more.
Laura Harris, operator of Melonhead Gallery, returned to Art Fair on the Sq. this calendar year. She has been building mosaics considering that the early 2000’s.
“We use uncovered objects, glass tiles, ceramic items — just making puzzles that I set alongside one another and hope are stunning,” Harris claimed.
Harris acquired her inspiration when she was young.
“My dad was an artist and he hardly ever permitted coloring guides. We had to have just a blank piece of paper with a pen and a pencil devoid of eraser,” Harris explained. “So. you discover to make your mistakes and things.”
Emily Nie, artist and e-newsletter editor for the Madison Weavers Guild, is also participating in this year’s Artwork Reasonable on the Square. Madison Weavers Guild specializes in fiber arts.
“We make a ton of scarves and towels and rugs and apparel,” Nie said.
Nie added that fiber arts have played an significant part in our lives over time.
“A lot of people today consider it can be hectic function, or women’s operate, and we have guys who appreciate it,” Nie said. “Devoid of fiber arts — with out weaving, you would have no dresses.”
In addition to selecting up a piece of art at Artwork Fair on the Square this weekend, you can delight in reside new music and food stuff, as well as, say hello there to customers of the 27 News crew at the WKOW booth this weekend.
We are a very pleased sponsor of the celebration.