Studios 102-105 on the first floor, 201-208 on the second floor
GEAR offers studio classes and special exhibitions in an architecturally intriguing space in the former Moose lounge, room 102. Exchange artists Annie Barnhardt, Cindy McBeth-Collins, and Donna Shaffer are co-directors. For further information, call (570) 441-6885.
Annie Barnhardt (aka Gail Vick Barnhardt)
From Rochester Institute of Technology I earned my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and my Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking. Currently my focus is painting, pencil drawings, lettering, and artist books. I welcome commissions, offer classes and am co-director of GEAR. I may be reached at 570-854-1352.
Drawing, painting, making, art educating. GEAR co-director.
Endless Records & Endless Hats
The area’s only record store, plus handmade hats and bags.
Wednesday through Saturday, 12 noon to 8 p.m.
Paintings and Miniatures
Hours by chance or appointment
Feel free to contact me at email@example.com
I’ve always had an insatiable curiosity about things. To me, art is a means of exploration — a search for information driven by my thirst for knowledge. In much the same way that an infant explores objects with his mouth in order to have a better understanding of what things are and how they work, I explore things with my pencil or brush. My artworks are really a byproduct, rather than a desired goal or end product. After more than 20 years as a Graphic Designer and Illustrator, I’ve made the shift to “Fine Artist” and I’ve expanded my tools for exploration to include a lot more than just drawing. I still have so much to learn, but I feel that I also have a lot to share. I am still strongly driven in my search for knowledge and I hope that I never lose my curiosity as that is the essence of my work. In my studio, room 105, I offer private and small group lessons, workshops, retail art sales, and artwork by commission.
For further information contact Will Whitmoyer at 570-394-3656.
Legendary Comics and Tea Room
Bloomsburg’s only comic shop. Stop by for the latest installment of your favorite comic book characters, to give a new series a try, or to enjoy some delicious homemade tea blends. Also, feel free to suggest additions to our inventory.
Wednesday-Saturday, 12 noon-8 p.m.
See Amber O’Donnell and Lisa Corine von Koch below.
“In a world where virtually anyone can be a photographer, I am attempting to make myself stand out amongst the novices & Photoshop users. I shy away from the heavily manipulated image and focus mainly on reality, contradictions, and the beauty that is created when the two overlap. I am also am enamored with the light/dark dichotomy; I believe the darkness speaks as much for the photo, if not more, as the lit portions.”
Studio and Portraiture work done upon appointment. Senior Portraits, Family and Single Studio work experience. Also available for on-location work. Office hours vary; stop by Onederland Studios at the Moose Exchange, room 204, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Find Amber on Facebook. Amber received a B.A. in Eng. Lit at Bloomsburg University and is currently one half of Onederland Studios, a shared space and working environment with fellow artist Lisa Corine von Koch.
Lisa Corine Von Koch
Lisa Corine von Koch received her B.F.A. in Painting and Drawing from the University of Utah in 2005, and her M.F.A. in Painting and Drawing from Arizona State University in 2009. She is currently Interim Professor of Drawing at Bloomsburg University, and has taught courses at Arizona State University, Phoenix College, and Mesa Community College. Her personal practice has expanded to include sculpture, performance, and installation in the interest of incorporating ecological practices into art making. She currently is one-half of Onederland Studios with the fabulous photographer, Amber O’Donnell.
“My work deals with the intersection of nature and culture. As an artist and an environmentalist, I must constantly negotiate a compromise between content and material use. I am interested in exploring this tension in order to determine where boundaries are, to seek material histories, and to discover new solutions for each work.”
Images and videos of her work can be seen at LisaCvonKoch.com.
Onederland Studios is open to anyone who wants to drop by, or make an appointment, in Room 204.
Larry Ney II, Artist
I am an abstract painter working primarily in oils. My work is abstract/impressionistic landscapes and florals. I also create metal sculptures. I offer lessons in abstract painting. You can reach me at 570-594-7191 or e-mail email@example.com. I am currently in the studio, room 205, on Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m. as well as Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. I will be having more hours soon but feel free to contact me for an appointment.
Columbia County Bread & Granola
We specialize in 100% sprouted whole-grain breads made with natural
leavens, made without flour, without added gluten or commercial yeast. We
add a small amount of sea salt and either locally processed honey or
molasses. We are also proud to offer our unique flax-granola. This
product is made without oats, wheats, salt or added sugars.
NOTE: We do not maintain a storefront at the Moose. All our products are
baked for resale to area health food stores including; As Nature Intended,
Bloom Naturally and Natural Foods and Garden Store in Lewisburg. We bake
our breads on Tuesday morning and we try to delver our breads to area
stores before noon. We encourage our customers to buy from our local
resellers but we can take special orders for pickup. Please check our
website for contact information.
Studio hours by appointment in room 207
I’m a visual artist who creates conceptual designs using words and images that search out and map connections and paths using memories, secrets, and life events. For more about me, visit my website: www.rumerhasit.com