Posts Tagged ‘ceramic art’
“Decadence,” a solo exhibition of work by Jessi Li, is on view at Pottery Northwest through February 3, at 226 First Avenue North (between Thomas and John), just one block south of the Key Arena at the Seattle Center. Jessi was awarded the Resident Artist Project (RAP) grant at Pottery Northwest and the Art Bridge Fellowship through Pratt Fine Arts Center. These grants helped develop a body of work incorporating figures and architecturally inspired forms made from both clay and glass. The show marks the completion of Li’s residency at Pottery Northwest.
Special Arts Crush Event: Saturday, October 8 from 3:00pm to 10:00pm . As part of ArtsCrush , the Art Galleries at SDC, a collection of 8 fine art galleries at the Seattle Design Center in Georgetown, will host a Meet the Artists Gallery Walk, featuring informal discussions and art demonstrations by over 2 dozen local artists. Live music, poetry readings, cash bar, refreshments served. Plenty of free parking.
In support of the current Cornish Gallery exhibition “Game Theory,” pianist, composer, and Cornish music faculty, Wayne Horvitz leads a large jazz ensemble through two compositions, based on game structures and conductions. This free performance will take place in the Cornish Main Gallery, 1000 Lenora Street in Seattle, at 8pm.
The Museum of Northwest Art in La Conner celebrates 30 years with “The First 30 Years: MoNA Collects.” On view through January 1, the comprehensive exhibit honors more than 250 donors to the Permanent Collection.Works in all mediums ranging in date from the early 20 century through 2011 will be exhibited, featuring familiar favorites as well as recent acquisitions on view for the first time. Opening October 8 from 2-5pm.
Pottery Northwest , 226 First Avenue North, will host the Jean Griffith Fellowship Fifth Anniversary Exhibition this October. This show of ceramic artists will bring together the work of the visiting artists that have been recipients of the Jean Griffith Fellowship award. The list includes Beth Cavener Stichter, Josh DeWeese, Richard Notkin, Tip Toland and Andy Nasisse. The show runs through October 28 .An Opening Reception will be held on Friday, October 8, at 6 pm.
The ceramics of Lonnie Schang, art teacher at Bellingham’s Sehome High School, are currently on view at Good Earth Pottery, 1000 Harris Avenue in the Fairhaven District of Bellingham. Recently he has earned the distinction of having a vase selected for the latest Lark Ceramics book, “500 Vases”.
“Unwedged,” an exhibition showcasing North American contemporary ceramics, is on view at Pottery Northwest, 226 First Avenue North in Seattle, through November 30. The exhibit was juried by University of Georgia professor emeritus Andy Nasisse who also happens to be Pottery Northwest’s 2011 Jean Griffith Fellowship recipient.
Good Earth Pottery, 1000 Harris Street in Bellingham’s Fairhaven district, is featuring the sculptural watercolors of Jayme Culey for the month of May. Hand-built and low-fired white clay become a receptive surface for watercolors, pencils and collage.