Hatch carvings part of the Edgewood opening

The work of sculptor and furniture maker Nathan Hatch will be on display as part of Edgewood Orchard Galleries’ Exhibit IV. Hatch’s new Rorschach cabinet series demonstrates how his artistic eye and diverse talent allow him to push the boundaries of furniture form and function.

Hatch is one of four artists featured in the new exhibition, which will begin with an artists’ reception on September 3, from 4 to 7 p.m., and will run until October 30. Each artist will give brief talks about their work at 5 p.m.

The work of painter Rebecca Korth – distinctive, photorealistic oil paintings of birds, inspired by fond memories of birdwatching with her mother – will be on display in the Courtyard Gallery. Korth’s vivid detail and uplifting subject matter have made him one of Edgewood’s most sought-after painters in recent years.

Chickadee Turquoise by Rebecca Korth.

Over 40 new works by oil painter George Shipperley will be on display in the gallery barn. The depth of color and texture he achieved with his oil pastels made him a longtime Edgewood favorite.

“Say it with Flowers” ​​by George Shipperley.

Wearable works of art by jeweler Julie Shaw will be at the gallery for the duration of Exhibit IV. Trained as a painter and fascinated by stones and color, Shaw uses stones, metals and enamels as his new canvas.

Jewelry by Julie Shaw.