WINTERFEST 2011 and
ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE
WHEN: NOVEMBER 19 - JANUARY 6, 2012; OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 6-8 PM
WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 North Avenue, Baltimore
Baltimore Clayworks is proud to be presenting their sixteenth annual Winterfest 2011, the utilitarian ceramics holiday invitational celebrating the gift of art featuring established and emerging ceramic artists. Select galleries will host our Annual Holiday Sale where the rooms are filled with hand-crafted gifts by Baltimore Clayworks' Member and invited artists.
Invited Artists: Lorna Awalt (MD), Ingrid Bathe (ME), HP Bloomer (TX), Jeff Campana (VT), Josh Copus (NC), Marty Fielding (VT), Janelle Gang (MD), Daniel Garretson (CO), Andrew Gilliatt (LA), Lynne Hobaica (NY), Mike Jabbur (VA), Tom Jaszczak (MN), Brian Jones (OR), Christopher Melia (TX), Sebastian Moh (KY), Lindsey Oesteritter (KY), Debra Oliva (MI), Doug Peltzman (NY), Melody Tiemann (MS), Jeremy Wallace (MD)
WHEN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 10 AM-
Special guest artist Margery Pozefsky will showcase and sell handcrafted silver and gold jewelry adorned with precious and semi-precious stones. Guests attending the Winterfest Jazz Preview Party will enjoy a sneak peek before her show opens to the public on Saturday.
GET JAZZY THIS FRIDAY! WINTERFEST JAZZ PREVIEW PARTY
WINTERFEST JAZZ PREVIEW PARTY
Winterfest Jazz Preview celebrates the gift of art, change of seasons and the last show of the year. It is an evening with fabulous ceramics, live music, spirits, and lite fare. Enjoy sensational music by local Baltimore band TumbleHome while walking through a winter wonderland of ceramic works showcased in one of our most popular exhibition events - Winterfest and Annual Holiday Sale.
To purchase tickets to this festive event please click here or call 410.578.1919 x 10.
TOUR THE MERCER MILE WITH CLAYWORKS!
WHEN: MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 8 AM-6 PM
Spend the day with Baltimore Clayworks as they tour Moravian Pottery & Tile Works and Henry Chapman Mercer's Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Doylestown, like other Bucks County communities, is known for its artists, history and other charms.
Henry Chapman Mercer (1856-1930) American archeologist, artifact collector, and tile-maker, built Moravian Pottery & Tile Works in 1912 in an effort to preserve the art of making ceramic tiles by hand. Tile Works is a "working history" museum where full-time ceramists and part-time apprentices create re-issues of the original designs from Henry C. Mercer's historical tile collection. Fonthill Castle was the home and showplace for Mercer's famed Moravian tiles that were produced during the American Arts & Crafts Movement.
Transportation via luxury coach, guided tours and a delectable lunch at a quaint bistro are included.
Please visit our website for details or to purchase tickets to this unique event.