In the spirit of Cabot and his sense of creating an artistic community, we invite local artists to Cabot's Pueblo Museum to share their artwork with you. Artisans at the Pueblo furthers Cabot's vision of bringing art, culture, and people together.
April 9, 2017
Bruce is an enrolled Chippewa from the White Earth Nation and Northern traditional dancer. He creates custom regalia; Bruce is a leatherworker, beader, and artist.
Gwen was first introduced to the medium of water based clay in the Bahamas, never realizing at the time that she would one day use clay to create her intriguing designs of the American Southwest. For the past ten years, Gwen has focused her energies on sculpting in clay to create terracotta stonewear. The earth between her fingers becomes alive with images of animals, figures, and favorite subjects of the southwest.
Debra Barsy - Pacific Winds
Local glass artist Debra Barsy creates her colorful original work by hand cutting multiple pieces of stained glass, and then kiln firing it using precise time and temperature control. Her work has won first place awards in the 2016 Indian Wells art Festival, and Hermosa Beach Fiesta de Los Artes. Debra began her career as an apprentice in Gloss Studios, a well known East Coast stained glass window maker. She has been creating her own work and selling at art shows statewide for 24 years. Glass is Debra's passion and her enthusiasm for her work shows in every piece she creates.
Yudit Escedy received her degree in Art History from UCLA in 1965, and worked as an East Coast correspondent to a West Coast Art magazine (now defunct). When she moved to Ojai, CA in 1978, she began painting, mainly angels using stained wood and gold. She began a jewelry business in 2003, and has sold at craft fairs and stores from Orange County to Portland, OR. Currently Yudit is in the process of writing a novel and you can see some of her artwork around Desert Hot Springs as she is one of the artists painting utility boxes.
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May 14, 2017