In Tandem Gallery offers one of the best selections of ceramics,
jewelry and art from all over America and beyond.
 


Current Exhibitions

The contemplative time I spend fishing inspires my work, reflecting the colors and shapes of the fish I catch and release, and their environment. I am guided by memories of my interactions with the air, wind, water, light, and the magnificent creatures that live in the water, and briefly, at the end of my line.
My great passions in nature are water, color, fire and clay. Each element invokes joy and excitement in me, but I also discover a deeper satisfaction when I’m able to incorporate the essence of each element into my work. Handmade from porcelain, each piece is individually formed, shaped, and glazed by hand. .…visit the show


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Diana is both a traveler and a lover of home. She gleans inspiration from nature, the mundane and life’s stories. Her ceramic pieces are often narrative with marks of time, events and images seen and experienced and then drawn into the surface of her clay platters bowls and vases. By doing this she hopes to leave a permanent mark that expresses her vision of what she experiences in the world around her.  …visit the show


New Online


Iron Wall Display

Iron Wall Display

These individualized shelves are perfect for highlighting a specific piece of art or a grouping. Extremely strong supporting strength with a countersink screw hole for easy mounting.  Painted a satin black.  White porcelain tile with a small art nouveau relief in the upper right-hand corner (tile is optional).  Both stylish and professional looking.

All the display come in three sizes, with or without Porcelain Background tile.
Small Height: 6.25" - Deep: 4" - Width: 4”
Medium Height: 8" - Deep: 6" - Width: 6”
Large Height: 10" - Deep: 8" - Width: 8”

 


Upcoming Exhibitions

 

✔ Blog - "Soda firing"

Carolanne Currier

Carolanne Currier

Soda firing is a fairly recent way of changing work in the kiln via the atmosphere.  It was developed in the 1970’s because it was thought to be a safer way of adding sodium to a kiln then the more historic method of throwing salt into it.  For both soda ash (Na2CO3) AND salt (NaCl) the sodium molecule breaks away due to the heat in the kiln to coat everything – kiln shelves, ceramic work, bricks, et. - with a layer of soda glass.  ... more >>

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