WATERSHED’S KILN GODS EXHIBITION
An exhibition juried by Phyllis K. Sullivan. This exhibition features a select group of artists who have been the beneficiaries of fully funded residencies at Watershed and is part of Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts 25th Anniversary celebratory year.
WHEN: April 21 through May 26
WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore
Hours are 10 AM – 5 PM, Monday through Saturday. For more information call Baltimore Clayworks at 410.578.1919 or visit the website, www.baltimoreclayworks.org.
Baltimore Clayworks is excited to partner Watershed for this important exhibition of contemporary ceramics. The exhibition, Watershed's Kiln Gods, showcases the variety of talent that had a residency opportunity at Watershed. These artists benefited from the sponsorship of the Kiln Gods and Goddesses of Watershed and this show wishes acknowledge the generous support that have made these residencies possible.
Phyllis K. Sullivan, the guest curator for the exhibit, reviewed the work of approximately 200 recipients of fully funded residencies over Watershed's 25-year history. From this list she selected 18 artists whose work exemplifies the diversity and range of the Watershed experience.
Amber Aguirre (HI), Paul Donnelly (PA )Susan Elizalde-Holler (CA), Jeremy Hatch (Canada), Sadshi Inuzuka (MI), Eric Knoche (NC), David Liger (CA) Judy Moonelis (NY), Ayano Ohmi (NY), Cristina Pellechio (VT), Kelly Rathbone (TX), Hope Rovelto (PA), Tim Rowan (NY), Todd Shanafelt (KS), Anat Shiftan (NY), Joy Tanner (NC), Kevin Snipes (NM)
In the Solo Gallery: Noi Volkov.
Baltimore Clayworks is a not-for-profit ceramic art center located in the Mt. Washington neighborhood in northwest Baltimore. Founded in 1980, Clayworks is housed in two reclaimed and renovated buildings located across the street from one another. This organization offers classes, artists' spaces, exhibitions, and programs throughout the community.