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Alumni Happenings
We recently talked with visual artist Steven Walker, who was in residence in August of 2018. 
 

Steven, tell us about any recent award, grant or artistic opportunity that you have had recently.
I am pleased to report that the art world has been very kind to me.  Last year I received two Awards of Excellence from the Oil Painters of America.  Most recently I had the pleasure of having one of my pieces juried into the Oil Painters of America national show in Utah.

This past September I instructed my first oil painting workshop in Kilarney, Ireland with twelve eager students.

How has your time and studio experiences at Good Hart Artist Residency influenced your practice since your residency there in 2018?

I didn't know it then but the time that I spent at the Good Hart Artist Residency allowed me the comfort of being more patient with myself and my process.

What about Northern Michigan has stuck with you since your time there?
I think the one thing that stuck with me about my time in Northern Michigan was that there seemed to be an overwhelming effort to protect the parks and the land around the area which was very refreshing.

What are the upcoming projects that you are excited about right now?

This April I was fortunate enough to complete my first show of figurative works for the Glave Kocen Gallery in Richmond, VA.  It's a big departure from my traditional landscapes so I'm hoping that it is well received.

What would you share with an artist heading to Good Hart Artist Residency this year or considering applying in the future?

If you're used to having a lot of disruptions throughout the day, brace yourself for some extreme peace, quiet and beauty.

 

Other Alumni Happenings
Susan Moss (May 2018)

Susan will be running a sketchbook workshop at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology in Oregon this July. 
https://www.sitkacenter.org/worksho…/the-creative-sketchbook
A sketchbook is a way to explore what’s unique about how you see and respond. This workshop uses a sketchbook to enhance your ability to generate ideas and think critically about your work. We’ll begin with a non-evaluative approach, working with little planning, responding to mark-making and writing prompts. Varied materials – gouache, colored pens, markers – will be used to develop an open, reflective sketchbook practice. We’ll also consider how to articulate and refine ideas for subsequent studio work.
Kirsten Furlong (October 2015)

Divergence
Group exhibition curated by Andries Fourie
At Liberty
Bend, OR 
Through July 28th, 2019

Amanda Hamilton (August 2017) 

Amanda will be attending a family residency at Elizabeth Murray Artist Residency by Collar Works in Troy, NY the first week of August. 
Lindsey Dunnagan (August 2014)

Lindsey will have a solo show that will run from 10/26 - 12/2/2019 at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. The show will feature her Skimming Boundaries series.  


In addition, Lindsey just completed a commissioned series for Truman Medical Center in Kansas City. 
Bill Hosterman (May-June 2017) 

Bill's work will be featured in a two-person show entitled: ‘The Land’ at the Muskegon Museum of Art from September-November, 2019.
Mami Takahahsi (June 2018) 

Mami has an upcoming show with Myra Clark at Blackfish Gallery in Portland, OR. 
There will be a preview showing on Wednesday, July 31st, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

The show opens to the public opening on August 1st.
 
Bryna Cofrin-Shaw (September - October 2018)

Bryna has received the 2019 NYC Emerging Writers Fellowship, from The Center for Fiction. The award includes a $5,000 grant, public reading opportunities, mentorship, and other development opportunities.  
 
Remaining Open Studios Saturdays
Thank you to our Donors and Volunteers
The following is a list of the donors and volunteers from March 1, 2019 through July 16th of this year. We thank you for your generous support as we work to expand the program, to host more artists and writers, and impact the community in a positive way through art. We are always looking for more volunteers to assist with community art events and to help us welcome artists and writers to the Good Hart community. 
Terry Franklin
Shore Drive Study Club
Susan and Michael Carson
Suzanne Hug
Kirsten Furlong
John and Nona Carr
Harbor Springs Festival of the Book
Raymond and Patsy Lincolnhol
Kathy and Frank Bricker
Mami Takahashi
Hugh Melling and Denise Simon
Mike and Rose Fitzgerald
Ed and Michelle Boyer
Carolyn Christy
Pat Dobson
Your contribution supports both the resident artist’s work, and their collaboration with local community partners.
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The Good Hart Artist Residency is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.  All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. 
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