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SHAKE IT BABY! JURIED BY BRYAN HOPKINS AND LISA ORR
WHEN: AUGUST 16-SEPTEMBER 27, 2014; OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 6-8 PM WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore ADMISSION: FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
See artists' interpretations of salt and pepper containers. An abundance of shakers, cellars and other dispensers are on display. This exhibition will shake up your view on tableware!
Featured artists: Anne Bernard-Pattis (IL), A.Blair Clemo (VA), Chandra DeBuse (MN), Jessica Dubin (NY) Brice Dyer (FL), Camila Friedman-Gerlicz (NY), Yoshi Fujii (MD), Marian Haigh (TX), Janis Hughes (GA), Matt Hyleck (MD), Shawn Ireland (NC), Elizabeth Kendall (VA), Judith Kornett (MD), Lynda Ladwig (CO), Elizabeth Lockett (MD), JoAnna Mark (MA), Kate Maury (MN), Andrew McIntyre (NY), CJ Niehaus (IL), Shawn O'Connor (ME), Sarah Olson (WV), Veena Raghavan (VA), Shana Salaff (CO), Jody Selin (NY), Kala Stein (NY), Katie Susko (IL), Munemitsu Taguchi (PA), Adam and Melissa Yungbluth (FL)
SOLO GALLERY:2014 CUP BENEFIT. In this show of over 100 drinking vessels, you will be able to vote on your favorite cup, -giving the artists who donated these pieces an opportunity to win their very own solo exhibition in 2015!
New Inventory in the Sales Gallery
SONYA MEEKER MARTINA LANTIN
Sonya Meeker was a resident artist at Baltimore Clayworks. She began her clay career first as a student in the Clayworks classrooms in 1996, and over the years she has pushed and refined her delicate stoneware and porcelain while continuing to explore and expand her glaze vocabulary. Sonya spends her days working as a researcher at the Johns Hopkins University while working in her studio late in to the night. Her utilitarian work got accepted into various national and international shows, and she participates in regional artfairs. Click here to see her new inventory in our webstore.
Born in Montreal, Canada, Martina Lantin received her Bachelor of Art from Earlham College (1996) and her Master of Fine Art from NSCAD University (2009). She has been an artist in residence at Baltimore Clayworks and Arrowmont School of Art and Craft, and the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts. She has taught workshops throughout the United States. Currently, Martina is a professor at Marlboro College in Marlboro, Vermont. View and purchase Martina's work from our webstore.
Intern Elaine Lo sat in on Dina Weston's Handbuilding/Sculpture: Design & Process clay class a few weeks ago. Click here to read her short story on how hand-building is content driven and draws on an individual's personal experiences.