What is Artists’ Alley?
Artists’ Alley is a unique place for artists. It is a place where an artist can not only show their art but also have a chance to give demonstrations and to talk about the work they love doing. What better way to spread the love you have for your artform then to talk directly to those who are inspired by it?
For the con-goer it is a chance to see how art is made and to talk to artists about what they do. Whether it be an artist they already know or an artist they have just discovered, Norwescon’s members can get a chance to really learn about the artist’s perspective.
Artists’ Alley will be open Thursday through Sunday and will have a rotating schedule, so that hour to hour and day to day you’ll be able to find something new to enjoy. Artists’ Alley is where art IS up close and personal!
Participating Artists at Norwescon 36
The following artists displayed their work and methods at Norwescon 36.
- John P. Alexander: Hand drawn art cards, comic books and cartoons
- Nick Brewer: Chainmail armor, jewelry, and other chain trinkets
- Michael Brugger: Digital art
- Debra Callaway: Quilting
- Adriane Ceallaigh: Fabric Arts
- Ruth Cohen: Fine crochet, Steampunk and Victorian chokers, wrist cuffs, etc.
- Daffydoodles: Caricaturing
- Diana: Steampunk glasses and simple jewelry
- Dragotha: Designing and sculpting roughly 4″ high clay dragons
- Michael Duquette: Weapons with Steampunk flair, recycled sculpture
- Epic Myth Designs: Hand Made Foam Weapons
- EveningAngel: Painting and Wearable Art
- Diane Hardin-Wahlberg: Steampunk glasses and simple jewelry
- Patricia Hedegaard: Sculpting
- David Ketcherside: Children’s Illustrations
- Alton Lawson: Fantasy illustration
- Gerald Minor: Painting and sketching, traditional art
- Eve Mix: Jewelry
- Fay Onyx: Book making/mixed media
- Chris Sumption: Illustration
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