Simone Little

Location: 441 Butterfly Road, Morse, LA

337-962-4767

Open Saturday, November 23rd, 10am-5pm & Sunday November 24th, 12pm-5pm 2019

 Simone Little

 

Simone Little Fine Art Gallery and Studio

 

Simone is an artist and teacher. Her studio is nestled in a coastal prairie setting near Bayou Queue de Tortue;  featuring her work includes blown glass sculpture, beads and lamp work,  paintings, photography, hand painted silks, collage, monoprints, multimedia shadow boxes, and ceramics.

Dorothy Hughes

(337) 224-5153

Pandora Images

 

I have happened upon an art form that excites me on a daily basis: fine art photography! My style is varied, from naturally-captured images to manipulated visions that allow my artistic juices to flow.  My work is eclectic and sometimes whimsical, but always celebrates the beauty of life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Harold Letz

337-384-9479

I have always been fascinated by the coastal marshes, cheniers, and beaches of Louisiana.   My oil paintings on canvas are studies in the play of light on objects.  I use textures and value contrasts to achieve the images I create.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jerry Baker

337-277-2820

 

Over the past 30 years I have built a multitude of items, but I get most excited about doing home decor. Fireplace accents, wall sconces, lighting fixtures, pot racks, chandeliers, and pool table lights to name a few.

I also enjoy doing tractor seat stools and do personal branded board signs. I do commission work and enjoy teaching new students the art of Blacksmithing.

 

Mike Leger NEW this year

Michael Leger is life long resident of the area.  I always had this interest in blacksmithing, and recently fulfilled that interest.  Being in the steel fabrication business, I wonder why I didn't start long ago. 

Four years ago, there was a smithing demo at a local farmer’s market and craft show.  I was hooked and joined the LAMA club. I am enjoying every minute. 

I practice the traditional way with coal forges and hand crank blowers, under the instruction of my dear friend and mentor, Jerry Baker. 

Although I enjoy the older techniques, there are times when modern tool and equipment are a great aid. 

After all this time, I see now how a craft person is passionate about their craft and see sculpture and art in a new light. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amber Flom 

‭(406) 690-5919‬

runninghorses77@yahoo.com

My first passion is horses, since I was a child it has been my main focus in life!  I have always loved the Western lifestyle.

I was raised on a farm in Southern Saskatchewan (Canada). We were encouraged to learn to do many different things, never to put limits on our abilities or gender!

 

I have never considered myself an "artsy "person, but working with my soul mate and partner Jerry Baker has made me see that maybe I do have a bit of a creative side.  I took a copper jewelry class from Patricia Wynn this summer and found I really enjoyed creating!

 

I have also enjoyed working on the forge and learning to make some basic items, there are no rules when it comes to using your imagination and creativity. 

Randal Dupre

337-658-0829

randywriter123@yahoo.com

 

My Dad & I were self-taught jewelry artists, on mostly homemade equipment. One of my sweetest memories of lapidary and metalsmithing is of my Dad picking up a 'pretty rock' off a gravel road. He took it home, cut it, polished it, and created a piece of jewelry with it for my Mom. Years later, being a 'Diamond Consultant', owning a gemstone company, and being Director of an art gallery, still don't equal that moment. A lifetime spent in the woods and bayous of Southwest Louisiana have given me a deep appreciation for the beauty of nature, and I try to allow that to come out in my art. 

 

 

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2019 by Louisiana Crafts Guild

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