Sandra Eckstein featured artist in Midland Art Show


MIDLAND − Artist Sandra Eckstein enjoys to perform in oil.

Motorbike fork oil, to be unique. Medium bodyweight, also known as quality B. She mixes it with overglaze powdered paints to paint on tile and other porcelain.

“When I go to a motorbike store and ask for a pair of quarts, I get some bizarre appears to be. I’m not a bike chick,” Eckstein mentioned.

The Field resident has been picked out as the featured artist for this year’s Summer season Gallery of the Midland Arts Council. A variety of her will work, together with acrylics on canvas as well as her porcelain paintings, will be on exhibit to accompany the juried art clearly show July 1-6 in the Atrium of the Lincoln Park Executing Arts Heart in Midland.

Sandra Eckstein will be the featured artist at this year’s Summer Gallery in Midland, with a display of her works along with entries in the juried art show over the July 4th holiday in the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center.

The present is open to all spot artists 17 and more mature. Entries framed and completely ready for hanging have been to be delivered Tuesday at Lincoln Park.

Eckstein traded quilt-earning for classes in porcelain portray lessons when living in California. It was there she figured out the trick of mixing motorbike fork oil with overglaze powdered paint. “I’ve been working with it for 30-some many years so I’m relaxed with it,” reported Eckstein.


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