Chemical Analysis of Local Kansas Clay and Its Use in Ceramic Artby Herrick Smith
Seeking to learn more about local material and its potential for use in ceramic art, as well as investigating the possibility of replicating the effects of local clay using raw materials to compose a…
Neil Tetkowski Statements for Eternity
Immediately upon entering the main gallery space at the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery in Waterloo, the seven impossibly large, thrown, wall-mounted altered discs fashioned by the hand of American ce…
Peter Christian Johnson Constructing Labour
If an ideal setting exists to showcase Peter Christian Johnson’s sculpture, one would be hard-pressed to find an environment more suitable than the grounds of the Archie Bray Foundation.
Self, Theft and Inspiration Mathew McConnellby Glen R Brown
In a moment of wry candour the Royal Academician Henry Fuseli is said to have remarked that fellow Romantic William Blake was “damned good to steal from”.
Lisa Reinertson :Edge of Extinction
Edge of extinction, Lisa Reinertson’s latest body of work, takes viewers through a reflective journey of our custodial relationship with animals and nature.
Rising 600 feet above the western shore of the Hudson River, just north of New York City, are the majestic rock cliffs called the Palisades.