Professional artists will speak about their work Nov. 6, 4 to 7 p.m., at the Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation Gallery at the opening of “3 Artists 3 Mediums.”
The gallery is located at 10 W. Streetsboro St. (Route 303) in downtown Hudson. The gallery is free and open to the public weekdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and during Hudson’s 2nd Friday Art Hops, 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 12.
Lindenberger, an artist for over 25 years making and exhibiting primarily sculptural ceramic forms is influenced by organic objects and microscopic organisms. Her works are variations on natural details, but reaction to the clay and interaction with the objects influence the final work, creating new forms that are not seen in the natural world. In addition to her studio work, she teaches ceramics and 3-D design.
Working primarily in paint and pastel, Sacaridiz produces works on paper and canvas as a way of exploring themes of landscape, place and narrative. The common thread throughout all of this work is the depiction of beauty: physical, psychological and imagined. He is a full-time working artist and teacher, and has exhibited his work extensively.
Shankland’s medium of choice is wood. His stunning and often massive wood sculptures are shown in galleries and outdoor sites throughout the eastern United States. His woodworking repertoire includes reproduction antiques for Hale Farm & Village and Stan Hywet Hall, among others.
The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation Gallery hosts several exhibitions each year. To learn more about the gallery visit www.mcmfdn.org.