In our new series, we’ll introduce you to the many incredible artists in Indiana. From ceramic artists and limestone carvers, to sculptors and fiber designers, join us as we profile some our most talented Hoosier neighbors.
After working in high fire ceramics, Christine Davis discovered the world of Raku pottery, a technique that originated in Japan and produces one-of-a-kind art.
After 20 years working as a welder, Batesville resident and Indiana Artisan Chaz Kaiser followed his passion, gaining national recognition for his metal art.
Working from her Brown County studio, Indiana Artisan Daren Redman designs, hand dyes, and paints her own fabric before creating vivid outdoor installations.
Indiana Artisan Viki Graber learned willow basket weaving from her father as a child. Today, she carries on her family's tradition, but with an artistic twist.
Donna Weaver, a retired sculptor and engraver for the United States Mint, continues to craft miniature portraits to memorialize history in medals and coins.
First-generation woodworker and Seymour resident, Pete Baxter is a self-taught Indiana Artisan specializing in the artistic traditions of the Shaker community.
Founded in 2001 by artist Gerry Masse, the Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum feature over 100 sculptures along 3-miles of trails in the hills of Greene County.
Tucked away among the offices of IU's chemistry building, craftsman Don Garvin is busy creating one-of-a-kind glassware where creativity and science merge.
After receiving a doctorate in plant sciences, Martina Celerin worked as a molecular geneticist at IU before re-discovering here artistic roots in 2002.
After years as a carpenter, Chris Dadds turned to a beloved childhood hobby, developing a unique woodworking niche that has seen his work shipped across the US.