Island artists Jenifer Strachan and Steve Lohman will open the doors to their West Tisbury studios Tuesday August 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. This couple’s artwork, created from the unusual mediums of wire and broken shards, has become instantly recognizable and much loved by residents and visitors alike.
Steve Lohman has been a local fixture in the Vineyard art scene for over 25 years. He is internationally known for his lyrical steel and wire sculptures and whimsical carved wooden furniture; with recent projects in Barcelona, New York and California.
Mosaic artist Jenifer Strachan will be showcasing her uniquely intricate and jewel-like pique assiette assemblages, created entirely from dishes. On display will be photographs of her recent installation work.
Also featured, the paintings and graphic prints by visionary artist Gregory Giegucz from the City of New Orleans.
The studio is located at 188 Waldron’s Bottom Road, the summer entrance to Long Point Beach, across from the airport off the West Tisbury-Edgartown Road. Signs will be posted. For details, call 508-693-4869 or see online lineartgallery.com.