As Juror, Doug Jeppesen selected 51 works of ceramic art created by 36
artists living and working in the Central Time Zone for the 7th Central Time
Ceramics Exhibition. This exhibition will be on display in Heuser Art
Gallery and Hartmann Center Gallery March 9 – April 17, 2020.
Lisa York Art's Ceramic + Wood piece "Arches" will be a part of the 2020 Arrowmont Instructor Exhibition.
Every year Arrowmont School of Art's and Crafts Hosts an art exhibition for all faculty teaching a workshop that year. I am teaching a class on "Organic Wood Carving." During this workshop students will learn how to combine multiple pieces of wood and carve an organic shaped sculpture that holds an object. The class will focus on idea development on paper and creating an actual three-dimensional sculpture. You will gain the needed knowledge to do basic additive techniques of combining multiple pieces of wood, and subtractive methods of carving rounded shapes using a variety of hand and power tools. Prior experience using power tools is beneficial, however the class is open to all skill levels.
Stay tuned as Arrowmont will be hosting the art exhibition live online soon.
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
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