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RE-MADE: Contemporary Approaches to Factory Ceramics

Exhibition Dates: August 1-December 27, 2015 Reception: Saturday, August 8th • 5:00-8:00pm   RE-MADE features three artists who collect under-appreciated figurines and factory ceramics and give them new life. Cynthia Consentino, Debra Broz and Blechmeki renew these factory wares with unique, contemporary approaches.               left to right: Debora Broz, […]

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Carolyn Lee: Arbitrary Subversion

Exhibition Dates: August 8 – September 6, 2015   Carolyn Lee was born in Burbank, California. By age 15, she was exploring multi-media artistic expression. While in college, she studied wheel thrown pottery and was inspired by masters such as Ruth Duckworth, Warren Mackenzie, and Harrison Macintosh. Lee holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University […]

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Jillian O’Dwyer: Geared

Exhibition Dates: August 8 – September 6, 2015     Jillian O’Dwyer got hooked on ceramics during college and has been working in clay since. O’Dwyer focuses mainly on creating hand built, functional pieces. When she’s not creating her own work she teaches hand building techniques to both children and adults. She is an Instructor […]

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Brian Rochefort in the Vault

April 11 – August 2, 2015                 “Brian Rochefort’s unedited ‘gloop’ sculptures represent a relentless material romance. These sculptures represent a blending of old and new ceramic techniques. These perfectly mis-informed hollow, ceramic vessels are at once complimentary to one another while each retains their own distinct composition […]

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Mettlach: Medieval to Modern

The “Mettlach: Medieval to Modern” exhibition presents a journey into the history of European art and philosophy, from the Enlightenment to the modern times, through tracing the evolution of the decorative imagery of Villeroy & Boch (V&B) ceramics. Francois Boch established the company in 1748, in Audun-le-Tiche, France. In 1809, the Bochs bought the Benedictine […]

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