Michael Kline
Feb
16
to Mar 16

Michael Kline

Michael Kline makes utilitarian ceramics with botanical-themed painted and stamped surfaces. For most of his career, Kline has worked with wood-fired salt-glazed stoneware, usually with organic patterns painted on a thick white slip surface, glass”runs,” and an alkaline ash glaze.

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Dow Redcorn
Apr
1
to Apr 30

Dow Redcorn

“I have been fascinated with nature, forests and the life cycles of trees my entire lifetime. The aspen of Colorado, the bald cypress of Louisiana and the white oak and acorns in my own backyard have all been sources of my inspiration. My art work reflects this in the form of trees, acorns, leaves and stumps.”

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Bede Clarke, Tim Ludwig, & Victoria Christen
Jun
1
to Jun 30

Bede Clarke, Tim Ludwig, & Victoria Christen

Tim Ludwig
I am fortunate to get up everyday and have the opportunity to express myself through an artistic process.  I make choices whether to do that or participate in other aspects of my life.  Regardless, I still embrace the artistic side of my life with pretty much everything I do. 
Bede Clarke
Who cares if it's a pot or a sculpture, or a figure or abstract, if it's big or small, if it's flat or round or how it was fired. 
Victoria Christen
I intend my pots to function at several levels, both for myself and the user. First, I strive to make everyday objects for the home, pieces that individuals use in the supposedly mundane activities of their lives.

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Kyla Toomey
Jun
15
to Jul 15

Kyla Toomey

I find remarkable importance in objects. This significance manifests in my life as a need to have, move, and, most importantly, make objects. I love to shift all of the furniture in a room in an effort to recombine a constant set of objects—to fundamentally change what is inherently the same. I

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Beth Lo, Lauren Gallaspy, Jenny Mandes, Autumn Higgins
Jul
1
to Jul 31

Beth Lo, Lauren Gallaspy, Jenny Mandes, Autumn Higgins

Beth Lo
Much of Lo’s ceramic and mixed media artwork revolves around issues of family and her Asian ethnicity, culture and language. Lo uses calligraphy and references origami, mahjong and traditional Chinese pottery and figurines. 
Jenny Mandes
Using clay as my primary material, I have found an entry way into my subconscious. I work intuitively with a palate comprised of many things
Lauren Gallaspy
What I do is create spatial stories on clay—on these permanent but fragile objects—that get at some of the vulnerability of bodies and objects and landscape, interacting in a range of ways.

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