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    Marti Dodge

    West iNd Connection celebrates Marti Dodge as Artist of the Month.

     

    Marti Dodge, Kansas City native and free-spirited citizen of the art world, graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in the 70s, helping pioneer the photography program at the time. Since then, she has traveled extensively, living throughout the world where she accumulated the knowledge and insights necessary to comprehend and sculpt visions – from a client or her own – into a vibrant and tangible work of art.

     

    Marti studied copper smithing in the late 90s, creating arbors, decorative fencing and bamboo-like gates for clients. Although open to other forms of expression, she currently works in steel and copper. She has been known to create “humming-bird” gates, as well as design matching porch swings, and decorative pieces, all out of steel and copper, and all delightfully colored to match the mood of the setting or place.

     

    Marti shared with WiNc. "My artwork primarily is in the field of copper and steel, with the added applications of either patina or vitreous enamels. As of COVID, I started to work in water mixable oils too. My inspiration comes from artists Georgia O’Keefe, Edward Weston, Charles Russell, and Nature herself. Most of my work draws directly from landscapes, particularly the Flint Hills."

     

    West iNd Connection celebrates Marti Dodge

    Save the Date! Meet the artist during Third Friday Art Walk May 20th.

    On display: May 15 - June 16 B-Vogue Salon & Art Gallery

    A portion of artwork sales will benefit West iNd Connection

     

    Learn more about Marti