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Artists Displayed

These artists below will be displaying their artwork at The Cadallic Room inside Riverview Church.

Ariniko O'Meara

Ariniko is a local artist, community promoter and REO Town Commercial Association Board Member. Ariniko has been a photographer in the Lansing community for 18 years and participates in many #lovelansing events. Her photographs have been published in the City pulse, Lansing State Journal and other public forums such as Lansing's new mayor Andy Schor's Inauguration Ceremony and State of the City Address.

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Charlie Worthington

Charles Worthington is a paleoartist, scientific illustrator, and avocational vertebrate paleontologist. His artwork captures the awe-inspiring animals from the majestic history of this planets life. Traditional media of oil and graphite creates art realistically illustrating extinct life. His work compares favorably to the great artists which inspire him, Charles R Knight and James Gurney.

Regardless of lacking formal art education, Charles has worked on many projects involving the National Forest Service, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and recently is a concept artist working on the video game “Ecoterra”.

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David Such

A lifelong resident of the Lansing area, David has a passion for art, design and metal fabrication. David is a partner and the Director of Photography at Render Studios, Inc; a creative video production and post production company located in Lansing’s Old Town, renderstudios.com . 

In 2008 David created Old Town ScrapFest, an annual art sculpture competition which raises awareness to the role public art plays in the health and well being of the world.

David is actively pursuing the expansion of space and reason by expanding his boundaries of space and reason.

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Ivan Iler

Is a Michigan based artist who has many irons in the fire in terms of the mediums he uses, sometimes even literally iron in the fire. Sculpting, carving, engraving, metal fabrication (including blacksmith), painting, leather smith, drafting and mechanical design are some of the many fields used buy Ivan in his art as well as his daily work as a motorcycle engineer and fabricator at his shop in St Johns, Hammer In Hand Custom Cycles.

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Joy Baldwin

Is an artist, writer, photographer, sculptor, and graphic designer living and working in Lansing, Michigan. When she isn't making art, she's working to make art accessible to the Lansing community at REACH.

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Kelsea O'Meara

Kelsea O'Meara is a hobby artist who enjoys crafting and painting but specializes in digital art. She draws most of her inspiration from nature and high fantasy that was nurtured by her childhood on her parents' farm and from role playing games. She has found that combining the forgiving nature of digital media and the freedom of fantasy allows for a wider world within which to create. The sky isn't the limit with her art as her love of astronomy ties in quite perfectly with her other two core inspirations.

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Julian Van Dyke
While American artist Julian Van Dyke may have found a love for painting in childhood, drawing the cartoon images he saw on the television screen and creating pen and ink works inspired by Marvel and DC comics, his adult styling has been influenced by Picasso Miro, Richard Hunt, Georgia O'Keefe, Kandinsky, Warhol, and Romare Bearden. From smooth jazz to soulful women to African Spiritual subjects, Van Dyke's art reflects family, culture, humanity, and a sense of reality through bold imagery and whimsically colorful works. 
Van Dyke's imprint in the art world has extended to communities where cities have commissioned him to create outdoor murals. He has also brought his talents into schools, teaching and speaking to students about this creative process, "The ever eroding art curriculum in public schools presents a challenge, but as artists if we have inspired just one, our work has not been in vain. The glorification I get from them makes it all the worthwhile." Van Dyke has also written and illustrated children's books, inspiring a new generation. 

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