Ron Meyers, Ted Saupe and Sunkoo Yuh are three ceramists strongly connected by their ceramic work and their teaching experience at the University of Georgia. Each is comfortable working in their established style but they continue to make fresh and inspiring new work.
New work by nationally re-knowned, local woodturners Philip & Matt Moulthrop. The Moulthrops make bowls using wood from trees native to the southeast with one goal in mind - to reveal the beauty and texture found in wood.
Over 30 artists demonstrate the ability of ceramics to have a relevant voice in the social and political discussions of our time and reveal the dynamic range of those responses. These 3-D works explore the intersection of contemporary ceramics with personal, political and social issues.
The exhibition presents never before seen ceramic pieces by Barry Rhodes. Large high fired stoneware defy gravity as they are built to hang on walls.The pieces are hand built and Rhodes has been heavily influenced by the great pottery of Japan.
Jerilyn Virden's exhibit features sculptural vessels, hollow forms and utilitarian ware, inspired by dough bowls and grinding stones that she came across while working on her MFA at Southern Methodist University.
A large group show intended to illustrate the endless interpretations on the box in variety of materials. 30+ artists from all over the country are submitting 2-3 boxes each. They are sculptors, potters, wood workers, furniture makers, basket makers, etc.