Three Rivers, Michigan, and its surrounding hills, rivers and lakes, has a long history of attracting creative people. The Three Rivers Artists Guild is part of this tradition, promoting public awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the visual art being created in the Three Rivers area. Artists who support the Guild’s mission are invited to apply for membership. For more information click the “Join” tab at the top of the page.
A section of Joan Hector’s recently completed commission for the C G Jung Institute of Chicago.
Judi Brook uses llama wool in the creation of her pieces. She and Brian also keep the llamas! See some of Judi Brook’s fiber art (llama approved) on her page, http://3rivart.org/our-artists/judith-brook/
Print by Larry-Micael Hackenberg, “Titmouse Wing”. It flies.
An Artists’ Inspiration Workshop: Beaded bracelet (double St. Petersburg chain) led by Kathy Bingaman as part of the ongoing explorations for members sponsored by the Three Rivers Artists Guild. At the workshops, members try out unfamiliar media and techniques as … Continue reading
In the photo: show organizers Angelica Robers and Gail Walters with Judi Brook. The show, “Fiber Art and Mixed Media—Putting It Together” will be at Three River’s Carnegie Center for the Arts through April 14. Fourteen Artists share their fresh … Continue reading
In March, the Guild held one of its regular workshops for members to try out new ideas and new media. Kathy Bingaman walked the group through an interesting bead technique. Larry-Michael Hackenberg reports, “Kathy’s Salon was incredibly well put together. She had absolutely thought of everything. Was prepared, patient and gentle as an instructor. A very well done class.”