Ceramics Art Exhibition
Featuring a pair of ceramics showcasing one displayed right side up, and the other upside down to showcase the bottoms of the wares. I had two cups selected to be a part of the exhibition.
Entry 1: Tea Cup
Entry 2: Tumbler
A ceramics art exhibition at Good Earth Pottery.
Good Earth Pottery is a ceramics gallery in Bellingham, Washington. Lisa York's wood fired plate is part of the juried art exhibition "Function: Luncheon. I'm really looking forward to seeing the other ceramic pieces as the exhibit will also be hosted online April 1-30th, 2020.
Kip O’Krongly, Juror's Statement:
"What a treat it was to put together this exhibition of plates for Function: Luncheon! As I set out to whittle down the many excellent submissions, I found myself guided by a few questions: Did the piece show a clarity of vision and a confidence with the chosen materials? What unique voice did the artist bring to the idea of a plate and its surface? How did the decorative elements and the form interact? And were the best parts of the piece highlighted by the submitted image? The resulting plates represented in this exhibition come from a wide range of firing techniques, processes and materials, but each captures a strong sense of the artist and shows an understanding of how to successfully translate ideas into clay. I would be thrilled to lunch from any of these delightful plates and congratulate the hard work of all the artists, selected or not, who took the time to see pieces through the ceramic process, photograph their pots, and enter submissions. Thank you to Ann Marie Cooper for inviting me to jury Function: Luncheon for Good Earth Pottery, and to all of the artists for sharing your wonderful plates with me!"
Check out the exhibit online the month of April!
An Art Exhibition
This is one of my favorite art exhibits that Companion Gallery organizes annually. This years juror was Naomi Clement. So I am very excited to have my mug included.
The exhibit includes: "Handmade Ceramics for
Storing, Pouring, & Sipping Fine Libations"
The exhibit opens March 6th and open up online March 8th. Better check out the exhibit on the 8th if you hope to buy work from this exhibition as pieces tend to sell very quickly!
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