Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Meet Keith LoBue!

Each week I hope to add a feature of the participating artists appearing at Artful Gathering and I am very excited to add the talented Keith Lo Bue to the list of teachers that are coming to this amazing event this summer for online art classes. I hope you will all come register, as this will be one of the first ever online art fest's of this kind!

Here is Keith Lo Bue



Coming to Artful Gathering 2011

July 16th - August 20th

Premiering his own online workshop
Keith Lo Bue is a jeweler, sculptor and teacher who has work in many major collections, including the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC and the Museum of Arts & Design in New York. For over two decades his work has been exhibited all around the US and in Germany, Australia, New Zealand, France, Ireland and England. Dozens of books feature Lo Bue's work, including One of a Kind: American Art Jewelry Today (US), 1000 Rings (Lark), The Art & Craft of Collage (UK), the Virtual Gallery of Contemporary Jewellery CD-ROM (UK) and The Compendium Finale Of Contemporary Jewellery Makers (Germany) as well as Metalsmith, American Craft and Ornament magazines (US). His workshops have been presented to enthusiastic reviews at Haystack, Penland and scores of other art and craft institutions across the United States, Canada and Australia. Lo Bue lives and works in Sydney.

Keith will be creating his own online art class at Artful Gathering 2011. Stampington & Co. is one of our sponsors along with Articus Studio, Artist Cellar, and Lisa's Altered Art.


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4 comments:

LuLu Kellogg said...

His work is amazing!!

xoxo

slommler said...

I agree! His work is awesome.
Hugs
SueAnn

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Gail,
This is awesome!!! What an exciting event!!!
XO

Rosanna Pereyra said...

Gail, how amazing!
I can't wait to see all of the classes that will be available at Artful Gathering.Keith LoBue is such an incredible talent as well as all of the other artists teaching.

Hugs,
Rosanna