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Friday, December 17, 2010

Santa Fe Clay Gallery 2011

SANTA FE CLAY GALLERY
Exhibition Schedule 2011
through September 17
Photo, Avra Leodas, from Seven Deadly Sins exhibition
JANUARY 21 - FEBRUARY 26
Small Sculptures
Work by Miguel Abugattas, Cynthia Rae Levine, Karen Thuesen Massaro and Katherine Taylor.
MARCH 4 - APRIL 16
Summer Workshop Preview
Work by the ten visiting summer workshop artists: Claudia Alvarez, Chuck Aydlett, Pattie Chalmers, Charity Davis-Woodard, Steven Heinemann, Kristen Kieffer, Curt Lacross, Liz Quackenbush, Lisa Reinertson, Emily Schroeder.
Also:
Steven Godfrey + Andy Shaw
Functional pottery exhibit.
MARCH 30 - APRIL 2
La Mesa - Tampa
Over 100 national ceramic artists present their place settings and centerpieces in this banquet table display, held at NCECA Tampa, FL.
APRIL 22 - JUNE 4
Figurines
Group show of ceramic figurines.
JUNE 10 - JULY 23
Decorum
Santa Fe Clay’s studio director, Mike Jabbur, along with Nicholas Bivins and Tara Dawley will show their current bodies of functional pottery.
AUGUST 5 - SEPTEMBER 17
Steven Heinemann + Tom Phardel
Present their sculptural vessels during SOFA West in Santa Fe.

Currently, at Santa Fe Clay (from the press release):
"For the last six years, Santa Fe Clay has hosted a unique exhibit of dinnerware during the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts annual conference in cities across the U.S. Due to the success and popularity of “La Mesa”, Santa Fe Clay is bringing this unique show back to our gallery in New Mexico this December. 
This spectacular one hundred foot banquet table display will fill the entire gallery, and over one hundred artists from across the country will present their place settings and centerpieces. This is a wonderful opportunity to view work in an extraordinary variety of styles, and to collect one-of-a-kind pieces. It is also a chance to see work from some sculptural artists who shift focus and create functional pieces.  
La Mesa Santa Fe" will be on display at Santa Fe Clay December 10, 2010 - January 15, 2011, just in time for the holidays."

















Santa Fe Clay Gallery

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