Feb 18 2011

Throw me something, Mister!

On stage at the Alabama Clay Conference

Just got back from the first day at the Alabama Clay Conference that’s being held in downtown Mobile this year (yes, I know, I slipped out of town before the Mardi Gras Parades began.. sad huh?). This year’s presenters are Chris Gustin, Misty Gamble, and Christa Assad. I’m not quite decided if I like all three presenters on stage at once, but thankful there were big screens on stage (and that I had enough coffee this morning to keep up with it).

Conference continues tomorrow, but in the meantime, here are just a few of the pictures I shot today at Space 301 and at the Eastern Shore Art Center (in Fairhope) last night.

Show at the Eastern Shore Art CenterEstella FransbergenClay exhibit at the Eastern Shore Art CenterSpace301 clay exhibitAlisa HolenChrista AssadMisty GambleSpace 301


Jun 9 2009

‘Shared Expressions’ Exhibit at the MMA

Looking for something around town to do?  Lowell and I, along with 2 other fellow members of the Coastal Artisans, Charles Smith and Maria Spies, are pleased to be taking part in the Shared Expressions  exhibit on now through to Sept 13th at the Mobile Museum of Art.  The exhibit is a compilation of work by regional artists working in a variety of mediums, from painting to fibre to lapidary, to clay.  For more info, please contact:  http://www.mobilemuseumofart.com

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Oct 16 2006

Nan Coffin & Richard Burkett Pottery Exhibit in Indiana

Please check out this exhibit by Joe Molinaro and my good friends and Nan Coffin and Richard Burkett at the Charlie Cummings Clay Studio and Gallery in Fort Wayne, Indiana:

http://www.claylink.com/currentexhib.html

This exhibit runs from Oct 6 until Oct 27th. Unfortunately we have already missed the date for Joe Molinaro’s free lecture at the gallery: “Evolving Traditions and Outside Influences Facing the Ecuadorian Amazon.”

Richard Burkett teaches at the University of San Diego and Joe Molinaro teaches at Eastern Kentucky University. Joe, Nan, and Richard have spent extensive time doing research in Ecuador working amongst potters and collecting their work.