SAVE THE DATE! for 1978 art Center's CLOSING EXHIBIT EVENT on Sunday, April 23rd at 2pm. Artists will discuss their process and approach to creating their work. Carole Wong Chesek will show her other works on a videotape. Barry Zawacki will demonstrate throwing a pot on the potter’s wheel.
1978 Arts Center's current exhibit TRANSFORMATIONS OF EARTH AND FIRE ceramics exhibit features clay works in various forms and runs until Sunday, April 23. Artists featured are Carole Wong Chesek, William McCreath, Barry Zawacki, and Tricia Zimic illustrating the range and versatility of clay works. William McCreath’s unification of form and decoration is evident in his beautifully glazed pieces. Carole Chesek’s departure from the clay vessel affords us an opportunity to appreciate her sculptural forms reflecting the organic appeal of a mountain terrain. Barry Zawacki also departs from mere pottery to unite embellished elaborations of assembled sculptural elements.
Tricia Zemic treats us to the highly skilled creation of delicately detailed porcelain sculptures, as well as equally detailed stoneware sculptural environments.
1978 Arts Center is located at 1978 Springfield Ave in Maplewood. Gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays 2-5pm or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for appointment. Visit www.1978artscenter.org for more information.
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