Mundelein Arts Festival Artist Preview

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Mundelein Community Connection and Mundelein Park & Recreation District Present:

2022 Artist Preview for the

Mundelein Arts Festival Sept 10 & 11, 10 am–5 pm Kracklauer Park, 100 N. Seymour Ave.


Mundelein Community Connection and Mundelein Park & Recreation District invite you to this sneak peak at the artists attending the 2022 Mundelein Arts Festival. We hope you will join us for beautiful art, live music and delicious food on Saturday, September 10 & Sunday, September 11, 10 am-5 pm at Kracklauer Park, 100 N. Seymour.


Mark Dreyer donna@theartofpens.com http://theartofpens.com Distinctive writing instruments hand turned from hand cast acrylic blanks filled with watch faces, abalone shell, feathers, crushed pennies, etc. Hand turned wood bowls, platters and peppermills.

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Tina Bastiani Baldwin tinambbaldwin@gmail.com https://messageinamilkweed.com/ I seek to represent a variety of subjects in a combination of historical printmaking, photography, or hand made processes and construction that uses new technology like 3d printing and laser cutting.

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Frank Muci frankmceramics@gmail.com I believe ceramics can be a combination of function and art. I’ve worked several years applying graphics to my ceramic works.

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Rosemary Wilhelm artworksbyrosie@gmail.com https://www.artworksbyrosie.com My paintings tell a story of what stirred my soul to paint it. I want to not just capture the subject, but give it life so it stirs the imagination of the person looking at the painting.

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Ron Clevenger ronclevengerart@yahoo.com http://ronclevengerart.com Plaster applied to a wood panel to create texture. Multiple acrylic glazes have been laid down in layers to achieved depth of color. Each piece was then covered with gloss epoxy resin.

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The Kirk Players https://www.kirkplayers.org/ Thank you to The Kirk Players for being the Emerging Artist Sponsor!

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Ronnis Oher info@lifemaps.biz http://www.lifemaps.biz Interview data is translated into features on a map to tell the life story of a person, couple or company; marker and crayon with added collage elements on acid-free paper.

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Paulette Colo dpcolo64@comcast.net http://paulettecolo.com I would consider myself an impressionistic realist painter. I primarily work in oils and I paint a wide range of subject matter. Portraits are my favorite but I also love landscapes and still lifes.

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Harry Kurtz hkurtz2013@gmail.com http://www.facebook.com/HarryKurtzDesigns I create handmade functional objects out of wood used primarily for serving purposes along with wood signs used as wall art .

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Robert London sfcbob121@aol.com https://www.shorefishermanscorner.com Self-taught outdoors photographer. My images include landscapes, fall color, and wildlife. I specialize in the Amer. Great Plains . I conceptualize, shoot, color manage, print and frame all my work.

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Peter Brenner peterbrenner@yahoo.com Handcrafted Sterling Silver and Copper jewelry, created by the fabrication method, with set gems.

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Diane Barker-Jones Collaborator: Stephen Jones arizonajones92@gmail.com Individually hand-painted women’s casual wear done with paintbrushes and acrylic paints on back & front of each garment by Diane only. Mostly all cotton tops designed by us & made in the USA for us.

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Lori Indovina Valus Lvalus@comcast.net my subjects are from nature..I take my own photos to use as resource for my watercolors.

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Teppi Jacobsen jepceramics@gmail.com https://www.instagram.com/jep_ceramics Using various clay bodies I create primarily on the pottery wheel with some use of hand building. I specialize in surface decoration using multiple techniques including carving and glaze layering.

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Lori Gorby Collaborator: Gloria Hilbelink lorihil@hotmail.com http://www.Facebook.com/CozyButtonCreations We use up-cycled knit material and antique buttons to create fabulous wearable art. All of our pieces are one of a kind.

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Jan and Mike Gussin jan@earthwindandfiredltd.com http://www.earthwindandfiredltd.com Multiple fusings of dichroic, colored and clear glasses, followed by cold working, results in highly dimensional and colorful glass, which is then made into unique jewelry.

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Jeffrey Niziolek Associate: Karen Niziolek natureatnight@gmail.com https://natureatnight.com/ Acrylic paint on canvas with some that I have used added gels and or molding paste to give an added fresh textured look. Brush and pallet knife used to create details and highlight techniques.

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James Lassak Collaborator: Belladora Lassak Jameslassak@gmail.com I use a slab construct technique to create each one of my textured dishes. I wheel throw my garlic keepers and use a New York style cut on my olive dishes. Cone 05, coyote brand, food safe glazes.

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Allison Kiehm ankiehm19@gmail.com https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheArtistsAlley The art I create is made out of recycled magazine paper/wrapping paper and is rolled, glued together, and glazed to make functional and decorative pieces of art suitable for any gift giving occasion.

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Jain Vandana vandanajain80@gmail.com https://www.instagram.com/vandyartsstudio/ These mixed media oil paintings have several layers which includes collaged papers, inks, paint markers, acrylic paint and then finished with a few layers of oil paint.

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Wendy Morowitz wendymorowitz@yahoo.com https://www.facebook.com/wendysartglass I create hand-crafted fused glass, dichroic jewelry, home décor, and other items made from glass. Each piece of glass is cut by hand and decorated with glass. I fire the glass up to 1500 degree

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Shawn Killackey skill65@sbcglobal.net https://www.facebook.com/shawnkillackeycreations I make 2-D acrylic paintings on canvas or boards of people, animals and nature.

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Moushami Iyer pastelzenna@gmail.com Henna and Zentangles inspired art on various mediums.

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Petia Zellner bijoubypetia@gmail.com https://www.etsy.com/shop/BijouByPetia My jewelry pieces start at the drawing board. Then they come to life in my studio where I use various metal components and gemstones to create one of kind bracelets, necklaces, and earrings.

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Patricia Magdziarz http://www.paradisebaypottery.com Using a stoneware clay body, vessels are created on my pottery wheel then altered and carved. I decorate with slips and glazes then fire them to Cone 10 (2350 degrees) in a woodfired kiln.

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Debbie Thompson debbie.thompson2526@gmail.com https://www.etsy.com/shop/VintageFlipCreations Antiques flipped into Jewelry, small home decor pieces and more.

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Brian Donohoe brian@donahoegallery.com https://www.donahoegallery.com Landscape / nature photography, primarily in Mundelein and the midwest. Primary mediums are canvas, metal and conventional prints.

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Liz Gray elizg31@hotmail.com I design and make Sterling Silver Jewelry. I use semi-precious stones, Swarovski beads and hand blown glass beads. I use different hammering techniques for different visual effects.

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Dave Bertaud Associates: Michele Bertaud, Rachel Bertaud, Xavier Bertaud Dtbwoodworks@gmail.com https://dtbwoodworks.us I use wood and mediums that I add to the material to accentuate the natural beauty, tones and shapes in the wood. I use felled or reclaimed materials and some forms of “exotic” or imported materials.

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Kathy Hardesty mkshchannel1520@tds.net

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Tova Rosenblat sterlingbytova@sbcglobal.net

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Kyle Faehnrich gandgart@gmail.com https://www.goonsngoblinsart.com My illustrations are made entirely digitally, but I use a variety of techniques to replicate the limitations of traditional art that give it a more unique natural look.

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Eliza Piazza dharmacowgirlej@gmail.com https://dharmacowgirl.com/ I use sterling silver to create pendants & charms, some I hand gild w/24K gold. W/my charms & pendants w/gemstone beads I make necklaces, earrings, & bracelets with sterling chain/findings & leather.

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Laura Garcia ivorydreams@juno.com https://www.paperperennial.com/ I handmake paper floral artwork. Papers are generally cardstock, linen paper, and vellum. Most of my work is in the form of bouquets and small arrangements, but some are nonfloral wall art as well.

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Raymond Chen imagechen@aol.com Composition, basic drawing skill and color concept as well to present a energetic, awesome,clear painting on paper thru various technique methods such as stroking, tapping, blocking and washing.

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James Hojnacki j002@aol.com http://naturelifephotography.com Black and white images are printed with classic silver-based materials. I print my digital color images that use exposure control and time exposures that produce rich scenic and still life images.

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Therese Kobel theresekobel@sbcglobal.net Hand built bird houses and pots with faces. Built from many different kinds of clay, bisque fired, glazed and glaze fired. Every piece is one of a kind and unique.

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Don Mendenhall https://www.DonMendenhallPhotographs.com Oriented toward black and white photography and a contemplative style. I print all my work on archival cotton rage paper and with archival inks. Sizing varies from 9x16 to 16x25 and larger.

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Evelyn Grothendick Evelyng@comcast.net Light layers of colored pencil are applied to create definition and texture on various kinds of paper. This can sometimes be as many as 20 layers and some solvents can be used to help blend the colors.

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Lisa Kleppinger Associates: Michael Kleppinger, Allison Kleppinger lksilver@sbcglobal.net http://www.lksilverworks.com I fuse traditional metalsmith techniques and metal clay sculpting in each of my jewelry designs. I work in sterling silver, fine silver, 22k gold, semi-precious gemstones and pearls.

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Lisa Lappe LLappeonmaui@yahoo.com https://www.mauidivegirl.com Born and raised in the Mundelein and a prior resident of Maui, Hawaii for 18 years with a passion for scuba diving. Adorn yourself with aloha - handmade jewelry inspired by the sea.

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Debra Rauschert Collaborator: Jim Rauschert lylelynn1973@yahoo.com Each unique piece is designed and made by this husband and wife team using copper, sterling, brass and aluminum accented with opaque natural gemstones like jasper, onyx, jade, aquamarine and carnelian .

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Beth Engle betharoo30@aol.com I use new and vintage shell, wood and gemstone beads as well as wire wrapping techniques to create jewelry, including necklaces, bracelets and earrings. I also make hand beaded eyeglass lanyards.

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Beth Markko bmarkko@gmail.com https://bethmarkkoartworks.com The encaustic process uses heat to fuse layers of beeswax to create smooth or textured pieces. The beeswax is applied to a cradled birchboard panel. A variety of materials can be collaged into a piece

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Jeanne Lyons lyonsjeanne@gmail.com https://www.lyonsdendesigns.com I twist sculpt wrap weave braid crochet hand forge...all varieties of wire; incorporating semi precious cabs(some personally cut & polished )stones pearls crystals beads scarves upcycled jewelry.

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Kracklauer Dance Studio

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Mark Dreyer

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Jan Gussin

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Kyle Faehnrich

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Tina Baldwin

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Jeffrey Niziolek

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Eliza Piazza

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Frank Muci

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James Lassak

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Laura Garcia

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Rosemary Wilhelm

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Allison Kiehm

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Raymond Chen

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Ron Clevenger

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Jain Vandana

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James Hojnacki

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Kirk Players

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Wendy Morowitz

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Therese Kobel

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Ronnis Oher

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Shawn Killakey

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Don Mendenhall

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Paulette Colo

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Moushami Iyer

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Patricia Magdziarz

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Harry Kurtz

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Petia Zellner

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Lisa Kleppinger

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Robert London

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Debbie Thompson

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Evelyn Grothendick

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Peter Brenner

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Brian Donohoe

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Lisa Lappe

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Diane Barker-Jones

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Liz Gray

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Lyle Lynn

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Lori Indovina Valus

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Dave Bertaud

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Beth Engle

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Teppi Jacobsen

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Kathy Hardesty

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Beth Markko

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Lori Gorby

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Genia Rozenblat

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Jeanne Lyons


2022 Entertainment Saturday , September 10

Sunday, September 11

11-12:30 Jeff Justman

11-12:30 Doug Blake

1-2:30

Old Enough To Know Better

1-2:30

Prairie Sky

3-4:30

Mary Lai

3-4:30

Inka Pirka

Food Vendors Buddyz and Area Coffee

High School Student Artist tent Student art from Mundelein and Carmel Catholic High Schools

Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support

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