LOOKING AT OURSELVES
An exhibition exploring the resurgence of the human form in clay. View work that is extremely wide-ranging in aesthetics, content and approach to the material. If you can't make it in to see this eye-popping show, you can view it (and purchase!) on our online store.
Featured artists: Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong (CT), Lisa Marie Barber (WI), Corinne Beardsley (MD), Jill Marleah Bell (NY), Rachel Ballard Bigley (NC), Angelique Brickner (SC), Christopher Corson (MD), Holly Cucio (MA), Christine Golden (AZ), Claudia Olds Goldie (MA), Aisha Harrison (WA), Cheryl Horning (NY), Marsha Karagheusian (KY), Yonatan Katzelnik (MA), Ahrong Kim (PA), Gunyoun Kim (OH), Karen Kuff-Demicco (NY), Katherine Lee (MD), Laura Marmash (IL), Zhanna Martin (PA), Suzanne Mauro (IN), Colleen McCall (NY), Mitch Messina (NY), Rebecca Morton (PA), Eileen O'Donnell (MD), Joseph Paushel (OH), Jenny Reed (KY), Kevin Rohde (MD), Phyllis Savage (CT), Joel Schroeder (UT), Meghan Sullivan (MA), Jessica Teckmeyer (IA), Travis Winters (NC) and Scott Ziegler (NC)
SOLO GALLERY: KATE BORCHERDING. Sculptures influenced by historic sections of Baltimore. This is a must see exhibition! Stop in, or see Kate's incredible sculptures on our web store.
COMMUNITY ARTS GALLERY: GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY. An exhibition showcasing both the Cup-a-Thon and Buy a Cup, Give a Class initiatives.
PROJECT SPACE: THE FIGURE IN PROCESS. View drawings, mockettes and work in progress by ANA MARIA ECONOMOU , TRISHA KYNER, and KATHY LEE-all of whom are figurative artists.
WHEN: Friday, November 14, 7-8 PM
Kate Borcherding is an American artist working in mixed media. Her artistic style is both neoclassical and postmodern. Her art mainly focuses on the human figure, and is often psychological in nature with narratives expressed across multiple layers. Her ceramic work focuses on the creation of assemblages incorporating either the human form or a personification of an object. She makes use of visual symbols which she extracts and extends from the direct observation of an environment including important cultural, architectural or technological representations.
SAVE THE DATE!
Winterfest Jazz Preview Party
Please join us for a sneak preview of our most popular exhibition and shopping event of the year - Winterfest and the Annual Holiday Sale. Enjoy the unveiling of fabulous ceramics, wine, lite fare and live jazz by pianist Tom Reyes! This holiday shopping event is a very special one in that it will be housed in our newly renovated gallery space. Through funding by a bond bill from the state of Maryland, grants from the William G. Baker Jr., Memorial Fund, Preservation Maryland, the Maryland Historical Trust and donations from supporters - like you - Baltimore Clayworks has opened up the foot plan of our Project Space so gallery visitors have a better shopping experience.
NOVEMBER 22 -JANUARY 3, 2015
Our eighteenth annual utilitarian ceramics holiday invitational, Winterfest 2014, features established and emerging ceramic artists. This exhibition is perfectly paired with Baltimore Clayworks' Annual Holiday Sale where associate and resident artists join together to fill the galleries with hand-crafted gifts.