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Delicious – Work Inspired by Food and Drink

Studio Gallery

June 8th – July 3rd, 2023
opening reception: Sunday, June 11th, 2 – 5 pm

This is always a wonderful show of mostly small works from local artists in all media.  Melissa Woodburn is showing two ceramic sculptures from her persimmon series. To see the online galleries click here

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Vicki Gunter’s ceramic sculpture COSMIC OCEAN …In Everything Series
Portals An NCWCA Member Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: June 17 – August 12, 2023
Location: Online exhibit at www.ncwca.org & Arc Studios & Gallery at www.arc-sf.com
Opening Reception: Saturday, 6/17/23, 7-9pm @ Arc Studios & Gallery

I’ve longed to sculpt ocean waves. So, when fellow artist Elizabeth Addison invited me to sculpt mandalas, translation = The Universe, The One…The Many. That clicked. Welcome to Cosmic Ocean. All living things on Earth store a genetic recipe using the same DNA molecules from the star stuff of the cosmos and our oceans. DNA helixes twist on Cosmic Ocean’s waves and pedestal. This piece is coil plus slab built and wheel thrown.

This exhibition features artwork from 92 members of Northern California’s Women’s Caucus for Art that tells a story, invites the viewer into other realms, evokes transcendence, or inspires a good laugh. All 92 artworks will be exhibited in the Portals Online Gallery and in the Portals exhibition catalog.

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MAJOLICA GARDEN Ceramics by Liz Lauter

The San Geronimo Valley Community Center debuts Liz Lauter’s Tree of Life solo ceramics collection. Her recent work features elaborately embellished Arbol de la Vida candelabra forms, wall mounted sculptures and “istoriato” painted platters with narrative themes of Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden as seen from Eve’s perspective. She uses the traditional Italian majolica technique of terra cotta clay, tin glaze and vibrant hand painted overglaze colors.

Liz’s clay artwork weaves threads of Mexican folk art, Islamic design, and botanical illustration into her own form of expression which is new at the same time familiar. They all meet in her Garden of Eden.

The gallery is open weekends from 12-5 and M-F from 10-5

The show opening to meet Liz is Sunday, July 9th from 4-7

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