Posts Tagged ‘ceramics’

Images from the Workhouse Clay National.

October 19, 2011

These images are from the 2011 Workhouse Clay National Show titled Confinement. I wasn’t able to attend, but it looks like it was a beautiful show.  For more images of the show go here: Workhouse Ceramics

Enjoy!

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The new Mudflat building is coming along!

March 5, 2011

Many years ago Mudflat purchased the old theatre building on Broadway in Somerville. After years of hard work by Mudflat Director Lynn Gervens, the Mudflat Board of Directors, the staff and donors it finally looks like this project will be completed this year. The new building will be an amazing, inspiring space for professional artists and student artists to work and learn together. For the full scoop on the renovation, go the Mudflat Studio Renovation blog. Below are a few highlights from that blog:

A model of the new balcony and archway that will be added to the current facade.

The outside is coming along.

This is a shot of the second floor in process. Installation is underway on the staircase and atrium railing. The two doorways you see open to few of the artist studios on the second floor (the door on the left will by my studio, which I’ll be sharing with Monica Ripley). Notice all of the light beaming down from the clerestory. Here’s an outside view of the clerestory in process:

There will be a big event to celebrate the move to the new building, likely in August or September. Visit the Mudflat Studio Events Calendar to sign up for their newsletter or to donate to the building fund.

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Species 248 on the road.

September 28, 2009

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Good news. This piece, Species 248, was just accepted into the Nellie Allen Smith Juried Competition in North Carolina.

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