Gallery Round Up: Scripps Annual Ceramic Review + AMOCA

March 04, 2014

A couple weeks ago,  I joined up with the amazing Alyson Iwamoto and we did our rounds of a couple local ceramic shows. It is so refreshing to get out of the studio and see art with friends. It always gets my wheels churning and I come back to my work with new eyes. 

There is some great work to check out right now! Here are a few of the works that really resonated with me. It tended to be the work that was textural, told a story, or didn't necessarily fit in usual ceramic mold. 

Scripps Annual : On view through April 6 in the Williamson Gallery at Scripps College

Gallery View, Multiple Artists

 

Phyllis Green

 

Cindy Kolodziejski

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AMOCA: In the Vault exhibit on view through March 30

Patsy Cox

 

 

There are many more great works to see- do go check them out if you are in the neighborhood! Both of these shows are very close to one another. 

Here is last year's round up from Scripps!




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