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Leave it to an artist to see the beauty in worn leather coats, mismatched silverware, broken dishes, and old sweaters. These are just some of the materials artists have repurposed to create work for the Déjà Vu Art and Fine Craft Show. The event will take place at The Commons in Columbus, Indiana from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 9th.

This year marks the fifteenth time the Déjà Vu Art and Fine Craft Show has been presented, and 60 professional artists from Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio are participating. Many of the show's participants are members of prestigious organizations such as Indiana Artisan or the Louisville Artisans Guild.

First time exhibitor Dr. Randall LeDuc is this year's Featured Artist. A medical doctor living in Dillsboro, Indiana, he creates metal art such as lamps, tables, and figures. Some of the materials that he repurposes include old cameras, typewriters, sewing machines, machinery parts, and ice skates. Dr. LeDuc donates all sales proceeds to an orphanage in the Dominican Republic.

Work in this year's show includes jewelry, sculpture, weaving, wearable art, woodworking, mosaic, and glass art, all created from scrap materials or items that have been repurposed. A few years ago, a new category was added to recognize artists who use sustainable, natural materials to create their work.

Sponsors of the event are the Bartholomew County Solid Waste Management District, Columbus Area Visitors Center, First Financial Bank, Kroot Corporation, and the Lincoln-Central Neighborhood Family Center, with additional support from Bucceto's, Hotel Indigo, and Papa's Deli/Papa's Grill.

To learn more about the exhibiting artists, visit the Déjà Vu Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/DejaVuArtAndFineCraftShow/.

 


 

2019 Participating Artists

Mosaic

owl Linda Barnett
Linda Themer

Natural Materials

Greg Adams
TeriLu Adler
Priya Buge
Richard Flory
The Mad Optimist

Photography

Caitlin Machamer

Portraiture

Kathy Lloydscarf

Relief Sculpture

Lisa Elliott

Wearable Art

Lu Brunnemer
Envision Designs
Chris Gustin
Claudia Hall
Alice Holcomb
Anita Hopper
B J McHugh
purse Rose Poe
Martha St. Clair
Lois Stickler

Weaving

Chris Gustin
Cydne LaBonte
Rose Poe

Wood Arts

Greg Adams
Chuck Baker
Dick Gerard
Robert Giles
Lynn Hoeltke
Don Kingen
Joe Krutulis
Landon Ralston
David Vogelsang

Wood Sculpture

Joe Henderson
Doug White





Assemblage

Larry Brackney
Marilyn Brackney
Randall LeDuc
Donna L

Encausticwillow

Kehkashan Mahdi

Fiber Arts

Carolyn Richard
Susie Seligman

Home Decor

Brian Anderson &
Jerry Schmittauer
Robb Besosa
Marci Wease

Glass Art

Roxanne Gabbard
Jerald Hatton

Home Decor

Brian Anderson &
Jerry Schmittauer
Robb Besosa
Blue necklace Marci Wease

Jewelry

Bob Blum
Heather Bussell
Jackie Gedrose
Amber Gilley
Gloria Schotter
Molly Hendricks
Lisa Hopkins
Lori Maschino
Wendy Myers
Jill Stillwell
LuAnn Thomas
Sandy Walker

Metal Sculpture

Dominick Andrisani
Chuck Baker
Brad Cox
notre-dame picture Tom Hadley


Mixed Media

Aline Chevalier
Indre Pralataviciute Mineikiene

Photo credits: The Commons by Koetter/Kim and CSO Architects; Commons photos by Don Nissen. Artists' photos submitted by participating artists.



Additional Images: Long-sleeved top by BJ McHugh, bird carving by Doug White, assemblage-style lamp by Studio 6287, pendants by Lorie Maschino, owl mosaic by Linda Barnett, willow furniture and accessories by Greg Adams, necklace by Bob Blum, leather purse by Anita Hopper, woven wrap by Chris Gustin, mixed media by Aline Chevalier, and scarf by Rose Poe.