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Home Elements and Concepts - Creating Art Pt. II

"Meaningful art is an important part of our society. You may purchase art for the joy it brings and to enhance your home’s interior, but it also helps support artists so that they can devote themselves to their craft. How does one become an artist and how is art priced? In my last article, I explained how one becomes an artist through formal education and practical experience followed by the challenge to create a professional and consistent body of work. The final steps include getting the work from the studio to exhibition, then hopefully to being purchased. "

-Theresa Abel

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Creating Art Part II

Meaningful art is an important part of our society. You may purchase art for the joy it brings and to enhance your home's interior, but it also helps support artists so that they can devote themselves to their craft. How does one become an artist and how is art priced?

Artist Don Kauss in the Kansas City Star

Artisan Gallery artist Don Kauss was recently featured in a Kansas City Star Article that interviews Oracle, Fine Curiosities shop owners about their means of decorating at home and collecting taxidermy, skeletal forms, pelts, framed insects, and more. Don Kauss creates sculptures assembled from old skulls, taxidermy animals and found objects. His pieces are both haunting and intriguing.

 Photo by Joe Ledford at the Kansas City Star 

Photo by Joe Ledford at the Kansas City Star 

On View 3/15/15: Artisan Gallery in the WSJ

We are very happy to be featured in this Sunday's Wisconsin State Journal's On View. A big thanks to Jeanne Kolker for writing about us once more. We've had a busy Sunday here are the gallery, the warm weather has been fantastic, and we are looking forward to seeing you all this coming week.

  Click photo to be taken to article

Click photo to be taken to article

The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. This current show will run until April 12th. To see what's next head over to our upcoming exhibitions page.