Securing the perimeter of her home place are Pennington’s own hulking forms, equally redolent of anatomy and primal energy, possibly demanding a blood meal.
Thirty years ago, Barb Lund took a risk: she started a pottery business…and succeeded. At retirement age, the artist's career path is still unconventional.
This year for the first time, three local artisan guilds join forces to create a destination for those seeking one-of-a-kind gifts in glass, clay, and fiber.
The annual pottery show is a nod to the enduring appeal of "a rich and beautiful tradition, that we are able to bring forth out of the earth through our hands."
Memories of childhood journeys in the South African Highveld underlie impressions of urban alleys and a moonlit lake in Tamar Kander's abstract paintings.
In Smith's ceramic funhouses, letter forms derived from graffiti conventions explode into volume, and seemingly volumetric elements collapse into flat design.
Low Road Gallery is proving that this small Midwestern town is hungry for modern art.
Just when you thought contemporary art was all about digital media and installation, three shows concede the persistence of the objet d'art.
A few years ago a handful of ceramics artists decided to do something about that and formed the Local Clay Potter’s Guild.