RECENTLY ADDED WORKSHOPS
Alice (West fork, AR) earned her Bachelors of Science from The University of Minnesota in Applied Design with a minor in Tailoring and Clothing Construction. Involved many in collaborative projects that have been shown around the US including group art quilts done with young artists, to Native American spirit costumes made from hand woven cloth. She has taught to both children and adult for over 20 years, and has served on numerous judging panels and art committees.
Kip (Rogers, AR) has been turning for over 30 years, currently making small to moderate scale vessels from domestic woods. He is a co-founder of the Stateline Woodturners and has taught at ESSA and the Arkansas Craft School.
Lowell Baker is an internationally known teacher, writer and artist who has taught over 50 workshops across the United States, Cuba, Guatemala, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Singapore and Japan. Baker has published over 70 articles relating to his technical and experimental research in ceramics.
Lisa Beth Robinson
Lisa Beth (Greenville, North Carolina) is the proprietor of Somnambulist Tango Press where she makes artists books, broadsides, fine art, curates exhibitions and is an assistant professor at East Carolina University.
Barbara Robinson( Eureka Springs) is from Minnesota but moved to Eureka Springs in 1998. She is part owner of Eureka Fine Art Gallery which is in it’s fourth year of business and also represented by 85 Spring St. Gallery in Eureka. She has had several solo exhibits, group exhibits, and honored with many awards.