Studio c - Lakeside home studio of Pi Pottery, 116 Scottsdale Lane
The following artists will be showing at this studio location.
Janet Burgess is returning to the Lakeside Artists Studio Tour with her stunning enamels. An accomplished life-long artist, Janet has maintained an active exhibition schedule presenting her work in invitational and juried shows/solo and group exhibitions, as well as having been an artist-in-residence, gallery director, art teacher, juror, and panelist. Her work is included in the public collections of Western Carolina University, Sandhills Arts Council, the North Carolina State Department of Human Resources, the Manatee Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and the private Braun Collection in Budapest, Hungary. Stop by to meet Janet and see her beautiful work for yourself.
Debby has brought her luxurious handmade leather handbags and accessories to the Lakeside Artists Studio Tour for the last few years, but she is debuting an exciting new artform this year. Debby is transforming vintage silver plated pieces into enchanting birdfeeders. Each unique find is mounted on a copper pole and adorned with sculpted copper vines and hand cut leaves. Each unique, signed, dated, and numbered piece can be used as a birdfeeder, planter, or simply as joyful garden art.
Rick Luttrell established his ceramic studio on Lake Norman in 2015 following an accomplished 45-year career as a classroom teacher of advanced mathematics. He features a variety of wheel thrown stoneware in a wide selection of natural clay and glaze colors. His favorite forms are bowls, jars, and lidded vessels as well as an extensive line of platters. He enjoys developing different designs, and his artistic work includes hand painted and carved pieces whose variations make each piece an individual work of art. Visit him in his studio to see his unique functional art.