Wisconsin Designers Crafts Counsel Biennial Members Exhibition
My Ceramic Basket will be a part of the exhibition. 8x9x8 inches.
Plymouth Art Center, 520 E Mill Street, Plymouth, WI
ARTISTS’ OPENING RECEPTION:
Friday, January 24, 2020 from 4:30-7:30 PM
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A Juried Exhibition at Washington Street Studios
Here are three of my pieces that were included in the exhibition:
Juror's Statement- Christ Landers
A communal gathering where each guest or group contributes a different, often homemade
dish of food to be shared.
I would like to thank Jenna Gianni, without her this exhibition would not have been
As an artist, one of the reasons I am drawn to this medium is for the community who often
gather to share their ideas, support, and nourishment. To represent these attributes of the
ceramic family I have named the exhibition “Potluck”. I would like to thank all of the
invited artists for setting the overall tone for this exhibition. Each of the submissions to this
call had merit and showed great ability making these decisions difficult. Though the
decisions were not easy, I think it is the juror’s responsibility to curate a cohesive exhibition
to the best of their ability. I hope you enjoy the work of all of these wonderful artists as one
You can still find my pieces along with other work made by me and other artists at their Front Porch Gallery.
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Exhibit at the Ohio Craft Museum
Enjoy Holiday Shopping
1. ESHELMAN POTTERY
238 N Main St, Elizabeth
2. RICHARD T. HESS
519 4th St, Galena
Richard T. Hess
3. PINDER POTTERY
236 N Main St, Galena
202 S West St, Galena
5. GALENA CLAY WORKS
704 Dewey Ave, Galena
6. Pine Hollow Pottery
4700 N Council Hill Rd, Galena
7. FORTUNA POTTERY
7213 W Buckhill Rd, Galena
A Pottery Tour in Galena, IL
Ps. you will have have the first hand opportunity to buy work from my most recent wood firings and my newer electric fired pots.
explore while the leaves are changing color.
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2019 20 Dirty Hands Pottery Tour.
Did you know that I travel to teach workshops?
Here are quotes from my students feedback:
-Very open and relaxed
-Made everyone feel welcome and included
-Enjoyed Powerpoints for clarity and organization
-Worked hard to make us a cohesive group with humor
-Enjoyed our ending discussions/critiques"
"Lisa, I have learned a lot about the whole process of soda firing and because of that I will start making pots more intentionally for the kiln. Liked combination of lecture slides, demonstration, and doing."
"1. Loved your Manner, Knowledge, and introducing us to loosening up on wheel thrown pots. It’ll be nice to venture away from the round!
2. Really appreciated your organization skills (slide presentations), and reminding us to be good stewards.
3. I hope you’ll come back soon! Your energy and Enthusiam are wonderful!"
The biggest critique was not enough glazing and making time...I might need to turn this into a longer workshop next time!
Ps. Community Arts Center...thanks for hosting me, and fostering such a wonderful work environment and amazing students. Also your students have no idea how lucky they are to have a soda kiln on a double hinged door. Click here to see video of using door!
on my soda fire educational series. Click the button below to join.
Here on my blog I share behind the scenes, events, and activities related to my art.
Behind The Scenes
Coffee + Tea
Flowers + Plants
New Art Work
Pots In Use
Seasons + Holidays
Travel + Art