Welcome to our Artist Directory!
In pursuing our mission of connecting audiences with artists we are eager to introduce you to our local talent. If you are looking for an artist, musician, or performer to present at an upcoming event this is the place you can come to find them!
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I carve decorative birds and waterfowl from local basswood and hand paint them with acrylics. The mounting material is from Lake Superior.
My sister, Amy and I have a duet act. We do our original folk/country/rock acoustic originals. We also have a full band.
My name is Angie Baratto. I do lifestyle photography and own a business in Grand Rapids. I offer free photography services at GICH to those who lose a child to stillbirth.
Paula Jensen is a self taught metal artist. Her art career began in college studying life drawing and painting techniques. Paula began to experiment with forge work and metal creation, with her millwright husband, Larry’s tutelage. Within a few years Paula was designing and then creating custom works for clients through her business Earth Eagle Forge LLC.
Paula likes to have her clients involved in the design process that personalizes each piece she creates for her clients for site specific art. She is a diverse artist creating functional art as well as purely sculptural. Feel free to look around. Thank you for your visit.If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.
I am a visual artist who works in many different mediums. Drawing (all mediums), painting, wood burning, collage, a small amount of digital work.
Sam Miltich is a jazz guitarist who plays gypsy swing and traditional jazz as a soloist and with his band the Clearwater Hot Club. He toured internationally with the world renowned Robin Nolan Trio. His fluid and instinctive sound has graced hundreds of stages, from small stages on the Iron Range to New York’s Lincoln Center. He hosts a weekly Jazz Night at the Grand Rapids VFW here in Grand Rapids.
After joining the work force as a welder at 17 I often spent my coffee and lunch breaks welding sculptures at my various places of employment, and have always been haunted by the shapes and possibilities of cast off materials. I have a video on my website.