Hermann Area Artists
Hermann is home to a vibrant community of working artists, who find inspiration in the ever-changing beauty of Missouri Wine Country.
1112 Washington St., Hermann MO 65041
573 486-8208 | firstname.lastname@example.org
A native of east Texas, Karen Ball starting painting with oils on canvas, then branched out to other media and surfaces. While living in Venezuela, she took lessons in parchment art, which she combined with colored pencil work to create an art form she calls pinturas. Karen also does photographic work and has worked with her daughter, creating cover art for books and writing plays.
573-486-0447 | email@example.com
“Red ware early-American plates have been a passion for me forever,” says folk artist Chris Cady. Now she creates and sells her own original designs.
112 East First Street, Hermann, MO 65041
573.486.3060 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ace of Spades Garden Art
Internationally-recognized artist Alice Calhoun designs and creates elegant, joyful copper faeries, mermaids, and dancers—all designed to add a bit of magic to home or garden. “I grew up in the South where the beauty of landscape is legendary and storytelling is a way of life,” she says. “My earliest memory is of creating miniature, magical worlds and then guiding playmates (both real and imagined) through my kingdom.” Alice travels throughout the United States and Europe to exhibit her artwork, but visitors are invited to walk through her garden across from the Courthouse anytime.
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Hybrid Hollow Production
Photographer Kim Carr specializes in natural-light, on-location pet photography, farm portraits and events with a rural-historical theme. With a passion for animals, the outdoors, farm life and photography, she takes pride in preserving memories to last a lifetime. In addition to photographs, Kim has a full line of note cards and handmade greeting cards. Her work can be seen in Hermann at Kunstlerhaus, Jillie’s and Saleigh Mountain Leather.
367 Cedar Grove Lane, New Haven MO 63068
573-237-5121 | coyle@ fidnet.com
Decorative and Faux Finishes
I am an artist who works primarily in oils, but I also do imaginative ink and watercolor pieces and decorative painting. I am a small farmer who loves nature. I enjoy painting people, animals, and scenes that evoke simplicity, peace, and beauty. I strive to create art that I would want to step into, painting pictures of things and places, and people I would be happy to be with.
209 Schiller St. Hermann MO 65041
573.486.1519 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom and Kathy create wall murals, paint old signs and do authentic sign writing. In addition, Kathy is an assemblage artist who works with all manner of interesting found objects to create collages. Their work can be seen at Type Styles, their shop at 209 Schiller Street.
P.O. Box 293, Hermann MO 65041
573.486.5252 | email@example.com
Fine Art Photography
William Fields addresses three areas of subject matter in his work—the natural world, things that are man-made and topics drawn from the history of art. Fields says his creative juices frequently are directed to the compositional aspects of a picture. “I concern myself with intensity—the light, the subject matter especially and a balance of all these concepts,” he says. “I strive to present as wide a range of values as possible and feel that this simple idea is key to the success or failure of every picture.”
234 West Third Street, Hermann MO 65041
573.821.5629 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Using contemporary techniques, textile pieces created by Sheri Hausman are more involved than traditional quilts or collages on canvas. “They are tactile statements,” she says. “By combining elements of photography, fiber, paint, pencil and layers of color, they suggest my story.” Using an image-transfer technique and acrylic paints and glazes, Sheri captures pieces of history and moments of time on whole cloth.
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From a hilltop studio just north of Hermann, Linda Heck captures the rich colors and textures of Missouri Wine Country in oils and watercolors. After a 26-year teaching career, during which she launched many students into successful careers in art and graphic design, she now focuses her creative energies on paper and canvas. Her numerous commissions include the Gasconade County Courthouse mural project, a 25-foot mural at Hermann Hill, and First Bank calendars and greeting cards, which received nationwide attention.
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Joey Los creates cheerful, whimsical welded steel sculptures, often enlivened with bright, durable paint. “My approach to sculpture is bold and spontaneous,” says Joey. “Always experimenting, I layer tiny pieces of metal like a quilt and use my welder as a drawing tool.” Joey’s work may be seen at Kunstlerhaus Gallery in Hermann Bluestem Gallery in Columbia. Commissions are welcome. “No job too odd” is Joey’s motto.
573-486-2444 | email@example.com
Painter and Illustrator
Catherine Mahoney, owner of Colorful Brushes Studio, has been creating impressions of “colorful light” in pencil drawings, batiks, watercolors, pastels, oils and photos since 1966. In addition, she has illustrated two children’s books, “Daisy & Digger” and “What Makes Ossie Special.” A former art teacher, she has conducted “Young-at-Art” workshops for adults and students. She serves on Hermann’s Artists of Wine Country board and on the Missouri Watercolor Society Board. She has helped organize “Along the Missouri,” en plein air paint-outs, which draw artists from across the country.
3691 Highway B, Berger MO 63014
573-834-5057 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Photography and Creative Productions
Margie, who lives at Triple Creek Farm near Berger, has been active in the Hermann community for almost 10 years, working with area artists to photograph their work and build websites to showcase their talents. Her portraits of Hermann Area District Hospital employees for the “people who care” campaign are exhibited throughout the hospital. Currently, her fine art photography focus is on working with texture and light, slowing down, relaxing and capturing a more purposeful image. Living on the farm gives her the perfect opportunity to photograph the many farm animals doing what they do best, making her laugh.
1236 Highway 100, Morrison MO 65061
573.294.6242 | email@example.com
I have always been fascinated with glass and the deep rich colors it offers. To create my mosaics, I cut and chip large pieces of art glass, such as those used for stained glass. The pieces are glued onto a piece of glass to form the design. It is a painstaking process to select just the right colors and depict movement and texture. My mosaics can be seen at The Cottage Restaurant and Gallery; my jewelry is at Seasonal Treasures and Gifts.
573-486-5839 | firstname.lastname@example.org
German Folk Artist
Using traditional German Springerle molds, I make the “cookies” out of clay and hand paint them. My 150 + molds represent all holidays, events, and interests. In 2007 my work was included in Early American Life Magazine’s Directory of Best American Craftsman.
228 Buechele Road, New Florence MO 63363
573-252-4136 | email@example.com
Joan Treis is a versatile artist who works in a wide variety of media, including:
- Scherenschnitte (paper cuttings)
- Fiber arts
- Quilting and quilted wall hangings
- Yarns and dried grasses — Friendly Loom Tapestries
- Pressed and dried flowers
- Altered books
- Nature photography
She is was the 2006 winner of the Hermann Arts Council poster contest and a participant in the Museum of Make Believe art show at the Hermann Library. In addition, she has demonstrated cast-iron cooking at Luxenhaus Farm in Marthasville.
4588 Lyon School Road, Berger MO 63014
573-834-5064 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Oil Painting and Murals
Julie Wiegand, who has been a working artist for more than 30 years, grew up in the rural town of Chesterfield, in the Missouri river bottoms, surrounded by huge cottonwood trees and miles of farm fields. She now lives on 15 acres of high land near Berger, in an historic limestone one-room schoolhouse, Lyon School Studio. “I express my connection, concern, and love of nature through my art,” she says. “Many of my oils are created plein air, from life, capturing the changing light and surrounded by the natural world.”