Monday, September 30, 2013

CERAMIC EXHIBITION OPENS @ BALTIMORE CLAYWORKS

Baltimore Clayworks

Jack TroyARTIFACTS FROM THE INFERNO
Contemporary Wood-fired Ceramics
JURIED BY JACK TROY

WHEN: OCTOBER 5 - NOVEMBER 9, 2013; OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 6-8 PM FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore
MON-FRI 10 AM-5 PM, SAT-SUN 12-5 PM

In the past half decade, the aesthetic spectrum of wood-fired ceramics has expanded as the second generation of practitioners builds experimental kilns, investigates various woods, clays, firing protocols and personal visions. While many of us get better at what we already know to do, younger wood firers are working out moves of their own, sometimes in midair after bouncing off traditional diving boards.

This exhibition will showcase the persistent exploration of forms and surfaces as wood-firing continues to attract a widening clan of participants and connoisseurs.

Accepted Artists: Hadi Abbas (FL), Elka Adamowcz (MD), Tom Alward (AZ), Donna Anderson (MD), William Baker (NC), Stephanie Basralian (MD), Susan Bayne (MD), John Benn (WA), Robert Boryk (IL), Kurt Brantner (PA), Joy Bridy (WV), Joel Brown (NY), Winifred Chao (VA), Ray Chen (IN), Carolanne Currier (MD), Israel Davis (MI), Cynthia Deitch (DC), Chris Drobnock (PA), Jim Dugan (MD), Brice Dyer (FL), Keith Ekstam (MO), David Epstein (MD), Linda Epstein (MD), Kate Fisher (MN), Fred Follansbee (IL), Matthew Gaddie (KY), Colleen Gallagher (WA), Denny Gerwon (NC), Anthony Maki Gill (CA), Kim Glidden (CO), Bianka Groves (MD), Perry Haas (MT), Caroline Henderson (PA), Fred Herbst (NY), Christine Hernandez (MD), Steve Heywood (FL), Robin Hominiuk (WA), Patrick Houston (TN), Mitch Iburg (VA), Lucien Koonce (MA), Heidi Kreitchet (CA), Shasta Krueger (UT), Joshua Kuensting (UT), Justin Lambert (FL), Lames Lard (PA), John Larson (MN), Amy Joy Lefever (PA), Brenda Llewellyn (VA), Liz Lockett (MD), Matthew MacIntire (MD), Michelle Matthews (TX), Marshall Maude (KS), Lynne McCarthy (NM), Brad McLemore (OR), Hannah Meredith (NM), Didem Oya Mert (OH), Dan Molyneux (MA), Tony Moore (NY), Ted Neal (IN), Sarah Newberry (NM), Nate Nixdorf (pa),0 Shawn O'Connor (ME), Douglas Peck (NM), Cathy Polak (MD), Mike Poness (MD), Aubrey Purdy Rude (IA), Patrick Rademaker (KY), Mike Rand (CO), John Reinking (NJ), Janelle Roginski (NY), Mat Rude (IA), Matt Shiemann (FL), LukeSheets (OH), Joanne Shulman (NY), Jeremy Sims (PA), Marsha Slater (VA), Gary Slavinsky (MD), Andrew Snyder (MD), Benjamin Steffl-Thompson (OH), Brinsley Tyrrell (OH), Benjamin Upchurch (IA), David Voorhees (NC), Marjorie Wade (MN), Jeremy Wallace (FL), Bill Wilkey (MO), Scott Williamson (VA), Deb Williamson (VA), Matt Wilt (NY), Matthew Wren (PA), Tony Wright (AL), Meredith York (GA), Adam Yungbluth (FL)

Amy CarnahanSOLO GALLERY:
AMY CARNAHAN, DRAFTED VESSELS

 

Amy designs and builds ceramic vessels that reflect her background in architecture.

Her work often begins with a sketch or drafted rendering. She re-creates the shapes from these drawings in clay, using lines to build texture into the geometry of her vessels.

COMMUNITY ARTS GALLERY:
THE FETZER INSTITUTE, TUERK HOUSE AND CLAYWORKS

Baltimore Clayworks and the Fetzer Institute developed a robust partnership exemplifying the power of love and forgiveness through craft—in particular, the work that Baltimore Clayworks does with the men at the Tuerk House, a west-side recovery institution.

The exhibiting works showcase the results of the partnership.