If you’re a member of Clay Share, make sure to check me out during ClayShareCon on Friday, February 24th from 3:45 – 4:30 pm. I’ll be demonstrating my underglaze blending techniques using some of Mayco’s new Fundamentals Underglaze colors. To get more information go to ClayShare.com
NCECA is coming to Cincinnati in March! The conference dates are March 15th – 18th. The Pendleton Art Center, where my studio is housed, will be open to the public during the conference, from 10am -5pm from Tuesday, March 14th through Friday, March 17th. I hope you’ll visit me in Studio 511 and check out my work space.
I’ll be working in the Mayco demo booth #120 Thursday from 9-11 am and Friday 8:30-10:30 am. During those times, I won’t be in my studio at the Pendleton Art Center, but it will be open.
The first quarter of 2023 is shaping up to be very exciting!
I will be exhibiting four pieces in the exhibition “Arts Beacon of Light”, curated by Katie Monahan, presented by the Ohio Arts Council and held in the Riffe Gallery in Columbus Ohio.
The exhibition opening will be held on Saturday, February 4th from 2-4pm. I’ll be at the opening and am looking forward to seeing the work in the show.
I will also be presenting an online Artist talk on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
ARTS BEACON OF LIGHT
PRESENTED BY THE OAC RIFFE GALLERY
JAN. 31 – APRIL 7, 2023
“The arts serve as a connector, a conversation starter, and even a lifeline in troubling times. They offer glimmers of hope and inspiration when it seems there’s no light. When COVID-19 struck with its innumerable challenges and traumas, upending life as we knew it, many of us turned to the arts and artists to help process our emotions and make sense of the world as it changed around us. Inspired by Ohio Arts Council board member Tina Husted, the Ohio Arts Beacon of Light initiative launched in April 2020, providing artists an online platform to share, connect, and cope with the challenges presented by COVID-19. The 17 artists featured in Arts Beacon of Light were selected from more than 300 creatives who shared their voices and work with the Arts Beacon community throughout the pandemic. The work in this exhibition highlights the beauty of artistic practice as a salve and reveals themes of basic human need in the time of COVID-19—a collective, yet uniquely individualized experience.”
— Katie Monahan, Curator
My studio will be closed for the February 27th Final Friday.
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