Ceramics are all around us. From the bricks of buildings to the pottery holding our cacti, the art form is often hidden in our homes and gone unnoticed. What’s often unseen is the traditional craft behind the scenes that requires hand-building technique and patience.
Yesterday (August 13, 2014), the Women’s Cancer Resource Center in Oakland hosted a reception for our exhibition, “The Wild Ones” at the Center. NIAD artists Phyllis Carr, Shana Harper, Felecia Griffin, Alice Sampson and Karen May were on hand!
The show is up until the end of October and open to the public. Here’s the details.
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Currently in our annex space we have a small exhibition of the amazing quilt work of Pennsylvania artist Peggy Blei Hracho. Her larger quilts are based on photographs from the artist’s childhood, and feature a stunning level of detail. The smaller works are based on “selfies” and, again, feature shocking levels of detail. Read More
Could we team up with a better non-profit than Women’s Cancer Resource Center for an exhibition? Probably not. Read More