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WE ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT LOCAL ART

The Mustard Seed is a proud supporter of local arts. In our Highland Square and Montrose locations we exhibit local, original artwork that rotates every three months. If you’re interested in exhibiting your work, please click here!

Now on Display

In the Highland Square Cafe

Beth Pappano Rimmel

Strategic Marketing Specialist, Artist, Entrepreneur
(Owner: Stella Mare, LLC & Co-Owner of OH’Irish)

I have always been a very creative soul with a passion for art and unique expression. During my college years, I studied graphic design and marketing and went on to have a successful career in corporate marketing.

In 2017, I started teaching paint and sip classes at a friend’s gallery and provided marketing support to a few local small. I found so much joy in what I was doing that I decided to start my own marketing/art company and in 2018 Stella Mare, LLC was born. With Stella Mare Creations, I get to create things and/or experiences to help people live their best life and in return live my best life.

I am excited to launch my new company OH’Irish, which will offer Irish Imports and US made custom goods. Fairies have a long history in the Irish culture and my Stella Mare Fairy Globes will be just one of many US Made Custom Goods available for purchase at oh-irish.com very soon.

Eric Wagner

Eric Wagner works with all sorts of materials, paint, fabric, embellishments, recycled things. He likes to make pieces that make people smile or laugh, and don’t we need that right about now. Eric’s work can be seen around town and in many abandoned malls across north America.

 

Bob Pozarski

with green eyes. After graduating from KSU in 1975, he opened a stained glass shop near Akron U. He’s made art glass for the area for forty four years. Always learning new glass making techniques, he makes kiln cast and fused glass, hand beveled and blown glass. He teaches beginning and advanced glass blowing. Sun, Rain, and Gardens For my display at the Mustard Seed Cafe I’ve made new windows featuring our weather blessings that make the vegetables grow.

Sun and rain, earth and water are represented not very realistically. My focus is more on the glass as an art/ craft material; learning ancient techniques and using them in new ways to expand the stained glass vocabulary.

I may take flat pieces of stained glass and fuse them together in a kiln, take that to the hot shop and blow it into a bubble, spin that bubble out into flat glass again, then grind and polish prism edges on it. The leaded panels are a device to hold that piece of shiny glass up to the light. That’s all.

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