Major Mud 3 at the Morean Art Center
Jan
14
Feb 24

Major Mud 3 at the Morean Art Center

  • Morean Arts Center

January 14 – February 24, 2017
Opening Reception is January 14th from 5 to 9pm

Major Mud 3

Known for exhibiting painting and drawing, the Art Club of St. Petersburg displayed the first sculptural work in 1958, the 30th year of that organization. In the early 1990s and again in 2000, local potter Russ Gustafson-Hilton brought nationally-recognized artists in the field of ceramics to our gallery. Independent curator and former Morean staff member Melissa Yungbluth carries on the tradition by inviting nearly 25 artists from across the country to share their latest works with our community. Though differing in style and studio practice, these cutting-edge artists all demonstrate how this ancient medium is still relevant, with connections to social media, podcasts, collaborations with retailers, and more. Participating artists include: Jennifer Allen, Dan Anderson, Blair Clemo, Sunshine Cobb, Russ Gustafson-Hilton, John Glick, Brian Harper (pictured), Bryan Hopkins, Meredith Host, Randy Johnston, Brian R. Jones, Karen Karnes, Gail Kendall, Suze Lindsay, Lindsay Oesterritter, Jeff Oestreich, Kip O’Krongly, Doug Peltzman, Greg Pugh, Emily Schroeder Willis, Deborah Schwartzkopf, David Shaner, and Shawn Spangler.

National Clay Week
Oct
10
Oct 14

National Clay Week

National Clay Week is about connecting and getting people involved in the experience of clay.

Arrowmont: Utilitarian Clay VII
Sep
21
Sep 24

Arrowmont: Utilitarian Clay VII

  • Arrowmont

In conjunction with this amazing symposium, Arrowmont curates an exhibition of past presenters! Objective clay was born out of this symposium.  We are so grateful and proud to be showing our work at Arrowmont.  Many of us will be attending the whole conference...  Join in!

Watershed Workshop
Jul
7
6:00 am06:00

Watershed Workshop

  • Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts

Join us for a workshop!  We will be discussing the connection between food and the hand made as well as giving technique demonstrations.  This will all take place in July 2016 at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts!