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Bill Baran-Mickle, sculptor/metalsmith since 1978 and croissant maker since 2009, takes us behind the scenes to meet Chef Kate McDill of BARN.
Bill Baran-Mickle features three new galleries located at the Roost in Lynwood Center.
"Gary Groves rarely, if ever, works in color." This is one reason Bill Baran-Mickle was drawn to highlighting his work this month.
Bill Baran-Mickle highlights two of the nine book artists, Diane E. Jacobs and Susan Lowdermilk, featured in this month's "Storylines" exhibit at Bainbridge Arts & Crafts.
Bill Baran-Mickle unveils the sculptor behind the orange octopus, David Franklin.
Bill Baran-Mickle suggests plenty of virtual enjoyment while we're "staying put and staying safe."
For the new year, Bill Baran-Mickle offers us “dinner and show” ideas and more.
Visit the Jeffrey Moose Gallery showcasing Jennifer Angaiak Wood's, “Masks, Prints and Pedestal Art,” from December 3 to January 30, 2021.
This month, Bill Baran-Mickle takes us into Bainbridge Arts & Craft's November exhibition entitled, “Taking Shape.”
Don't let the new title fool you. "Ebb and Flow" is still Bill Baran-Mickle's monthly column where he introduces us to local gallery exhibits. Bainbridge Arts and Crafts will be showcasing "Argot" with a special focus on James Allen for the month of October.