Welcome to the Arts Consortium’s Find an Artist Directory. Here you will find some of the most talented artists in the area – many nationally recognized. Scroll down to see more!
This year Shirley Keller Published But What About The Children? Diversity is Life: A Memoir by Shirley A. Blair Keller. Keller illustrated the chapters of the book with an art form she calls Ink Quilts. The book is available on Amazon.come in paperback and Kindle.
Keller continues to be inspired to create dot paintings on recycled metals, wood, gourds, hubcaps, wall switch plates, or any other found object in thrown-away piles that catches her eye. “Each piece takes more time than I like to admit,” says Keller.
Keller enjoys taking a lump of clay and turn it into a ceramic mask. She is always surprised by the outcome. Playing with clay is a source of joy.
Keller attends a ceramic workshop weekly and her favorite sculpting projects are masks from differing clays and designs influenced from various cultures. “I cannot wait to get a lump of clay and see what mask it leads me to,” said Keller.
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