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Human Form and Content

2015 postcard artworkI am very pleased that two of my Raku-fired torsos have been accepted in juried shows in Baltimore and Brooklyn.

The Baltimore Clayworks is having a “35th Anniversary Exhibition” to celebrate its decades of providing first-quality support, instruction and show space to ceramic artists.  Co-founder Deborah Bedwell is the juror for this show, and I am very glad that she chose a piece of mine, Well Met, to be part of the experience.  It is bold and engaging and I think a good fit for this show.  The exhibition opens on Friday, September 4th from 6 to 8 pm and runs through October 10th.  The Clayworks is located at 5707 Smith Ave. in Baltimore.

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC) is continuing a very successful series of ceramic sculpture exhibitions.  This year it is “Art in Clay III: Origins,” juried by Judith Schwartz, Professor of Art and Art Education at NYU Steinhardt.  She chose a “naked Raku” piece with a very lively surface that for me embodies all peoples in one.  I call it Child of God.  This show opens on Saturday, October 3rd from 1 to 6 pm and runs through October 25th.  BWAC has beautiful gallery space in a pre-Civil War warehouse in the Red Hook section of the Brooklyn waterfront, at 499 Van Brunt St.  There is even a free water taxi from Wall Street’s Pier 11 to the Red Hook IKEA adjacent to the BWAC gallery.

Hope to see you!

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