Stories From The Earth: Contemporary Ceramic Artists at ODU Galleries

Stories From The Earth : Voices of Contemporary Ceramic Artists
Reception is Sunday September 7th 3-5:00

Old Dominion University’s Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries opens “Stories from the Earth, Voices of Contemporary Ceramic Artists,” a selection of work by prominent contemporary American ceramic artists, Saturday Aug. 9. The exhibition, which continues through Sept. 14 is free and open to the public.
The exhibition is curated by Richard Nickel Professor of Art Education at Old Dominion University and features recent works by Erin Furimsky, Carrianne Hendrickson, Marlene Jack, Lori Mills, Beth Lo, Virginia Scotchie, Carol Schwartz, Michaeline Walsh, Jenny Mendes and Anna Freeman. Each artist, using a wide variety of storytelling, explores personal views on a variety of topics, from relationships between significant others to childhood memories. Personal symbols are carved, molded painted and thrown onto each form.

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