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Artist Profile: Grace Berg

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About: Duende is ran by two local artists that are inspired to help healing through art. We focus on the best possible way to 1. Make something just for you, and 2. Make something that will help healing, or help make your heart happy. Erica Garcia and Grace Berg both attend the University of Saint Francis, and love every second of it. Erica is soon to be finishing her degree in Art Education and cannot wait to change the classroom, and the lives of many young kids. Grace is getting her degree in Art Therapy, and cannot wait to help others be healed by art the same way she was. Both girls love what they do and how they do it. They are always open to new ideas, volunteering, and bettering themselves. Their hearts are as big as their ideas, and they cannot wait to connect with you locally!

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Artist Profile: Cole Marie

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About: I work in a variety of mediums: clay, charcoal, pastel, acrylic. I especially love printmaking. My art is largely inspired by dreams and emotional experiences. Often, I begin with an image in mind, and the result is entirely different than I anticipated. I enjoy the unpredictability. I want the result to reveal my experience as well as the story that instigated its creation.

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Artist Profile: Nancy Stumpp

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About: Throwing pottery on the wheel has been my passion and my hobby for
over 25 years. Now that I am retired, I have my own private studio and
devote a lot of my time to making, selling, and teaching pottery here
in Ft. Wayne.

Offer: Hand thrown, functional pottery and private pottery lessons.

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