Local Artist Spotlight
There's a lot of talent in Kennett Square!
Re-imagining The Creamery as a community gathering space, its rich history in the Kennett Square community inspired us to highlight the many talented local artists in the area.
We’ve partnered with several artisans to showcase their work throughout the space, and hope to continue to do so with even more artists in the future.
Check out the art currently featured at The Creamery, and learn more about these amazing artists!
Robert C. Jackson's Creamery Debut
Robert C. Jackson spent every Thursday for the month of June at the Creamery to paint a Trompe L’oeil (Trick-of-the-eye) painting on the Creamery’s walls. Take a look at his journey and the amazing contribution to the Creamery that he created!
Check out our Local Artists
Sculptor and Metalwork
The fan lights you will see have been re-purposed from original fans that were at work in the Creamery years ago.
David created the Tricycle and 5 0’clock Welded Steel Sculptures for our pop-up garden.
To contact Dave, email him here: firstname.lastname@example.org!
Encaustic and oil painting, Metalwork
Lele created the Heart of Kennett Square, which is a Mig Welded Steel Sculpture.
John created this Panthera Leo out of mulberry wood.
Robert C. Jackson
Contemporary Still Life Artist
Check out Robert’s trompe l’oeil (or ‘trick of the eye’) in the Farm Table room. There are several in addition to his Balloon Dog painting. Can you find them all?
Roberta "Bert" Little
Bert created the imaginative and playful “Funky Train #7” that you’ll find in the Farm Table room. Bert is inspired to create items that reflects her sense of humor.
Stan created the “Wind Victory” piece you can find in the Children’s Garden as well as the “Wagon Wheel” that’s found in the Upper Games Terrace. Which is your favorite?
An engineer by trade, John created the many inventive bird houses made from recycled materials that you see throughout the Creamery. Which one is your favorite?
To contact John, email him here: email@example.com !
Photo Credits to Claire Murray and Hillary Messman