The Orchard Gallery of Fine Art

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SEPT 2-30: Kathy Funderburg Acrylic Paintings & Fall/Halloween
OCT 2-30: Natalie Drummond & Elaine Wiening
NOV 10-DEC 31: Holiday Art
JAN 4-31, 2022: Hannah Burnworth & Hearts by Many Artists
FEB 2-28, 2022: Valentine Hearts
MARCH 2022: "In the Garden" featuring Many Artists
APRIL 2-30, 2022: Jewelry by Janet Webb & Paintings by David Webb
MAY 3-31, 2022: Paintings & Jewelry by Suzie Emley
JUNE 2-30, 2022: Working Together 2: A Collection of Collaborative Art
July 2-30: Christine Davis Raku Fired Pottery & JD Nolan Photography
AUGUST 2-31, 2022: Colorful Pottery & Paintings by Kristy Jo Beber
SEPTEMBER 2-30: Sarah Creason Paintings & Thomas Braun Woodturning
OCTOBER 4-31, 2022: Sue Davis Acrylics & Steve Vachon Raku Pottery
Acrylic Painting - Kathy Funderburg
Clay - Kimberly Rorick
Clay & 2D Mixed Media-Kristy Jo Beber
Clay - Steve Vachon
Clay by Guest Artists
Clay & Glass - Paula Crill
Encaustic & Baskets-Ruth Koomler
Glass - Elaine Wiening
Glass by Guest Artists
Fiber - Natalie Drummond
Oil & Acrylic Painting-Janie Caldwell
Fiber & Mixed Media by Guest Artists
Jewelry-Janet R Webb
Jewelry & Oil Painting - Suzi Emley
Jewelry by Guest Artists
Mixed Media - Sue Davis
Mixed Media-Susan Kline
Oils - Sarah Creason
Photography - Martha Trenkner
Wood & Metal by Guest Artists
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I'm inspired by ancient ritual vessels, artifacts and architectural elements from many cultures. History and tradition are relevant to my work and give me a foundation on which to build and move forward. Central to my work is the constant exploration and development of form along with a balancing of contrasting surfaces to create work that is modern but at the same time acknowledges historical references.

I am fascinated by the versatility of clay and it's ability to survive the centuries by its metamorphosis by fire.

Steve Vachon earned a BFA at Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne. He studied ceramics with Clyde Burt and Nancy McCroskey. He is an artist in residence teaching wheel throwing at Wiesser Park Magnet School in Fort Wayne. Steve specializes in raku but also works with other ceramic firing techniques and finishes. He has exhibited at many juried art fairs in Indiana and other states.

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