LAC Artists on the Web

You can learn more about our gifted artists by visiting their websites, or following them on social media. Thank you for supporting our local artists’ work. Please contact them directly for purchases and/or commissions. 

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Other Group Sales Opportunities
Consider shopping locally, supporting artists and small businesses. The links to the right will take you to regional sales opportunities our LAC members are participating in. Click on the image to the right to see more information about a pop up art market hosted by some of LAC’s artists.
Scope Gallery
North End Gallery
Studio Gallery
Multiple pictures of artwork(JPEG, 20KB)
Cinda Berry
Limited-edition color etchings produced with photopolymer plates as well as cyanotype prints.
Printmaking
Artist Website Email Bowl of Fruit a Photo Polymer etching by Cinda Berry(JPEG, 17KB)
Dana Lehrer Danze
Wheel-thrown pottery with plants and animals. Red stoneware and smooth cool glazes to create contrasts of color and texture, and negative and positive imagery.
Ceramics
Artist Website
Instagram
Facebook
Email Ceramic Lidded Jar by Dana Lehrer Danze(JPEG, 10KB)
Marion Engelbach-Ennis
Exploration of material, form and surface help create unique pieces. Functional vessels & sometimes tactile or meditative objects.
Ceramics
Artist Website
Instagram
Email Ceramic vases by Marion Engelbach-Ennis(JPEG, 12KB)
Laura Fall
These utility covers reveal the wear and tear of time and people. Some are simple; others are complex. The design is deep and allows for excellent texture in a finished piece.
Ceramics Artist Website
Instagram
Email Ceramic Vase by Laura Fall(PNG, 37KB)
Helen Hensgen
I enjoy making functional forms on the wheel. I frequently decorate with underglazes using themes from nature including birds, fish, and flowers.
Ceramics
Instagram Email Ceramic Mug by Helen Hensgen(JPEG, 25KB)
J.S. Herbert
Creating art work is a continuous learning experience about the relationship between the production of art and how it relates to my philosophy of life and faith.
Ceramics Artist Website
Instagram
Facebook
Etsy
Email Ceramic Vase by J.S. Herbert(JPEG, 41KB)
Martin Karcher
Creating functional ware since 1974, often with nature as motif and source of inspiration.
Ceramics Artist Website
Instagram
A Handbook for Potters – Martin Karcher Remembers
Email Ceramic Leaf Plate by Martin Karcher(JPEG, 6KB)
Scott Kaye
Creating functional pottery for daily use where form follows function.
Ceramics Artist Website
Instagram
Facebook
Shopping @ Kaye Pottery
Email Ceramic Platter by Scott Kaye(JPEG, 4KB)
Marsha Lederman
My focus has been on reflecting the natural world with clay, enabling people to bring a little of the outside world into their homes.
Ceramics
Instagram Email Rhino and Ox Pecker ceramic sculpture by Marsha Lederman(JPEG, 11KB)
Jun Lee
A printmaker who works in large format wood cut utilizing animals as metaphors to convey competition in our lives.
Print Artist Website
Instagram
Email Sea Breeze Print by Jun Lee(JPEG, 24KB)
Klaudia Levin
Functional and nonfunctional ceramic art using a wide spectrum of firing methods.
Ceramics
Artist Website
Instagram
Email Raku Vessel by Klaudia Levin(JPEG, 11KB)
Sue Mason
Inspired by the colors and infinite patterns in nature and by the textures and designs which can be created using letters and calligraphy.
Print
Artist Website Email Monotype by Sue Mason(JPEG, 8KB)
Polina Miller
Turning dirt into beauty– combining the potter’s elements of earth and fire, are as close to magic as one can get.
Ceramics Instagram Email Coffee Mug by Polina Miller(JPEG, 4KB)
Hiromi Minemura
Making functional ware for daily use that bring happiness and warmth by decorating with underglaze, stains and slip trailing.
Ceramics Artist Website
Instagram
Facebook
Email Ceramic Vase by Hiromi Minemura(JPEG, 7KB)
Steven Munoz
Bees and pollinators, gardening and oak trees have long been an interest and inspiration.
Printmaking Artist Website
Instagram
Facebook
Email Reduction Woodcut, Binary Bee by Steven Munoz(JPEG, 19KB)
Catherine Satterlee
The inspiration for a piece is usually texture or pattern, then comes the form. Rather than throwing pieces on a wheel, the artist uses hand-building techniques to create her work, because she enjoys the slow, deliberate pace that process affords.
Ceramics Artist Website
Instagram
Shop: Artful Home
Email Green Square Vase by Catherine Satterlee(JPEG, 8KB)
Elke Seefeldt
Hand building and experimenting with diverse shapes, textures and techniques, to create one of a kind pieces
Ceramics
Torpedo Factory
Email
Ceramic Torso by Elke Seefeldt(JPEG, 37KB)
Victoria Truhn
Made with high quality stoneware and food-safe glaze materials, tried & Truhn pieces are practical for daily use and fully functional.
Ceramics Artist Website
Shop: Etsy
Instagram
Facebook
Email Ceramic tumblers by Victoria Truhn(JPEG, 4KB)
Claudia Vess
Printing imagery drawn ‘dry point’ directly on a printing plate or on a plate covered with a thin ground to expose the plate surface for etching adds a compelling presence to the image as the lines of ink sit up on the paper surface.
Printmaking
Artist Website
The Cabinet: Art
Email Etching by Claudia Vess(JPEG, 26KB)
Helene Vonnegut
Appreciating the history, culture and architecture captured in ceramics, she works with stoneware to create appealing works that function in the home or allure to the garden. 
 Ceramics Artist Website
Instagram
Shop Here
Email Ceramic Japanese Garden Lantern by Helene Vonnegut(JPEG, 15KB)