ART HOP returns to Richland!
Spend a summer evening enjoying a variety of art at 11 Richland locations (5:00-8:00 pm). After-HOP, bring your lawn chairs and dancing shoes to the RACC where you can enjoy a FREE concert with the Beatles tribute band, Shout! (8:00-9:30 pm). Great Meal Company will have Pulled Pork and Vegetarian Lasagna Meals ($7-CASH ONLY) or bring your own picnic and enjoy a beautiful night of music, friends, dancing, and food on RACC’s beautiful campus!
ART HOP, 5:00-8:00 pm
After-HOP Concert, 8:00-9:30 pm
Our 2021 ART HOP Stops and Artists!
RICHLAND AREA COMMUNITY CENTER
Local painter, muralist and woodworker Conrad Kaufman grew up appreciating nature painting landscapes that “soak in the soft combing of wind through branch and leaf, the gossip of birds and the swish and sway of grasses, the smell of dew, the decay of leaves, the flavor of serenity.” His work brings nature to the forefront of our senses.
Architect, artist, explorer, volunteer and partner; our local renaissance man, Michael’s photographs provide clear and compelling views of nature’s beauty. Woodcut, monoprints and etching/intaglio prints as well as paintings and drawings are among his many creations.
Michael wants people to smile when they see his work. He believes that his art is fun, and it shows in the colors of his work. He enjoys a painterly approach to clay, treating each piece as a three-dimensional canvas and using colors from fashion to inspire him.
Veronica Schaner Stefanski
Veronica is a potter, painter, and photographer whose inspiration always begins with nature, combined with the human spirit it needs to create. Over the years, she has explored a variety of art mediums and styles in the quest to express her excitement, understanding, and love of nature–always striving to convey her connection to the earth, its people, and its creatures through her art. Veronica is currently working with pottery and paint using a variety of materials and techniques. Lago, her Portuguese water dog, along with her sisters main coon cats, Athena and Zeus, have inspired her most recent obsession with pet pottery.
Tom finds the unique characteristics in each piece of wood and makes functional pieces that allows the natural and unique attributes of each piece shine.
THE COTTAGE DOOR
Caryne Hanson, paintings
Tammy Lamons, wood working
GREAT GROUNDS COFFEE CAFE
GULL LAKE BUSINESS CENTER
Joseph Welch II, portraits
LITTLE YELLOW FRAM SHOP & GALLERY
Alisa Lincoln, abstract painting
Mike Watts, pottery
Leon Kreisten, painting
LIVING HOPE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Kalamazoo ARTisans, various
Valli McDougle, painting
NOTEWORTHY BY DESIGN
Marissa Christine Chupp, Artist and Graphic Designer
Julia Haw, oil painter and writer
RICHLAND COMMUNITY HALL
Live Performance with Laura Zervic and Friends: Elizabeth Antias, Ellie Coleman, Janine Cotugno, Lisa Ouellette
RICHLAND COMMUNITY LIBRARY
Ron Holder, drawing, painting, photography
Joan George, glass