At Organic Arts Ltd, there’s nothing we love more than to share our “natural” talents and love of the arts and humanities with the community.
We have no ivory tower to perform in – we do “public service” arts, traveling to where ever we are needed.
Our artists have spent a lifetime performing for the people, wherever folks want the arts to enrich their lives, community, and society at large. We’re the artists who each have come to your schools to teach your kids, to your community festivals and churches to enrich your families, and to seniors groups to entertain your elders for over 25 years. We’re the folks who stand up when a cause needs a voice to sing praise or make the call for social action.
Contact Organic Arts and let our performing artists will bring all this and more to your community or event today.
For a printable PDF Directory of Artists, click here
Our Artists (with direct links to their individual websites) include:
David HB Drake ~ Good Old Songs
Award–winning folksinger, historian, multi-instrumentalist, & storyteller.
Storylore and insights into the tales people tell the world over.
Wildflower ~ Stories to Grow by!
Plant-lore presented as characters from Mother Nature’s garden.
Michael Drake ~ Jazz Trumpet and Mr. Pickles
Caribbean and trumpet jazz band leader, Children’s Book author
Julie Thompson ~ Vocalist
Jazz stylist, folksinger, children’s book author, and voice-over artist
Twila Bergeron ~ Songs celebrating Women
Composer, adventurer, teacher, and champion of women’s music
Dangerous Folk ~ Blowing in the Wind
Classic folk songs and tributes to when Times They were A’Changing
Pickin’ Up Speed ~ Bluegrass Band
Hard driving bluegrass, Americana, and gospel music quartet
Libra ~ Americana Duo
Folk and Bluegrass music for families, libraries, and elders
Sweet Survivor ~ Folk Duo
Folk and contemporary music for concerts and spiritual events
Paul Akert~ Storyteller and Actor
Master storyteller presenting John Muir, The Green Man, Santa Claus, and more.
Skip Jones ~ Forgotten Audiences
Folk musician, storyteller, activist, and troubadour to underserved communities.