We are proud to announce the Goodey Gallery featured Artist is none other than our very own Jeri Lynn Lockwood!
Jeri Lynn is a Designer Craftsman with emphasis on 3 dimensional
She has been building & designing log and timber frame homes for the
past 25 Years. Her expertise has been interior finishes along with
designing & building numerous homes in Kittitas County.
Possessing a passion for ceramics, 8 years ago, she went on to build a
home studio to further expand her artistic capabilities.
Her studio was relocated to Roslyn in 2014 & opened to the public with
Jeri Lynn gets most of her inspiration from a group of molds that she
inherited from her husband’s grandmother whom she admired.
The molds are from the 50’s and have inspired the mid-century retro
style she loves so much.
The lamps are slip cast from vintage molds. She currently is using low
fire crystatex glazes. The added crystals explode into the kaleidoscope
of colors. The body is left unglazed & is covered in encaustic waxes and
vintage fabrics from the 50’s. Most of the fabrics are reclaimed and had
prior life as draperies, upholstery, etc.
She is currently working on indoor-outdoor wall art using clay and
encaustic waxes allows for outdoor display of these one of a kind
Enjoy- Relax and Get your Glow ON!
Along with Jeri Lynn, Teddy May Charlton from Kittitas. Teddy is a classic country-western artist. Through oil, watercolor, pastel and photography; she depicts the life of a cattle rancher.
She was formally trained in Ellensburg, Washington at Central Washington University, receiving degrees in Fine Art with Emphasis in Oils and Graphic Design in 1993 while continuing her education with watercolor workshops. Her work has been published in Ruralite magazine, Capital Press, as well as Cowboys and Indians Magazine. Teddy Charlton has also had the privilege of having her work on exhibition at several local establishments in Ellensburg.
Last but not least, is Lauralee Northcott of Winthrop Wa.
Lauralee is a basket weaver. Using Ponderosa pine needles collected in the Methow Valley, she weaves baskets of intricate and delicate detail. Lauralee likes to use authentic stones, leather, conchos and other quality materials to create baskets that will last generations.
You can see our featured Artists and more at the Goodey Gallery
August and September
1st Friday of every month
Artists will be there 5:00-7:00 on both Fridays
309 N. Pearl
Ellensburg, WA 98926
Come out and support our local Artists!
Make a Night of it with Dinner and Drinks…. GET YOUR GLOW ON!!!
Until Next Time