Thursday, February 6, 2014

Cold and Early 2014


Nine Toes Pottery Goings-Ons

(Hope everyone is happy and well into a healthy 2014!)


Things are (or were, when I started this announcement) cold and 

snowy here in Chapel Hill, NC.  Hope everyone else is warm and 
toasty indoors and reading a book...besides reading this blogpost, 
of course!

I just wanted to get the word out about some shows and 

workshops that I am part of for this early part of 2014.

"Comic Nature:  New Work by Ronan Peterson", 

The Kiln Gallery and Studio, Fairhope, AL.  
February 7-March 4   
 http://www.thekilnstudio.com/
(I also have a workshop June 28-29 at the Kiln Studio, 

"Slippin' and Siggin'")

"Scratching the Surface"  hands-on workshop, 

Catherine Orrantia's studio in Oro Valley, Arizona, 
March 7-9
http://www.catherineorrantia.com/Upcoming_Workshops.php
 


Currently and locally, I have some work in "A New Season", 
at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill and in the "North Carolina Ceramics
 Invitational" at the Health Arts Network at Duke, located in Durham, 
at the Duke Eye Center.  I also have work in the "View of the Making" 
exhibition put together by Michael Schwalbe.  The exhibition is currently
up at the N.C. State University Craft Center in Raleigh, NC, and there will
be a Gathering of Makers discussion on February 25, 6-7 pm

Coming up soon:


"Distilled Essences II", Charlie Cummings Gallery, Gainesville, FL.
March 1-April 4  

http://claylink.com/zen/

"Functional Ceramics 2014", exhibition, Wayne Center for the Arts, 

Wooster, OH.  April 24-26.
http://www.functionalworkshop.com/

"Yunomi Invitational 2014", AKAR Gallery, Iowa City, IA. 

April 25-May 16 
  http://www.akardesign.com/

"Scratching the Surface", workshop, Penland School of Crafts, 

Penland, NC.  
Summer Session One, May 25-June 6
http://penland.org/classes/summer/summer_session_1.html

"Slippin' and Siggin'", workshop, The Kiln Studio, Fairhope, AL.  

June 28-29
http://www.thekilnstudio.com/index.php?route=product/product&path

=111_114&product_id=611

 

Thanks to Everyone out there, and I hope 2014 blesses you

with a bounty of equestrian benevolence!
 

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