November Issue 2000
Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum Presents Vessel Studies
Two SC clay artists will be featured in the upcoming Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum exhibit in Myrtle Beach, SC, from Nov. 4 - Dec. 23. David Stuart of North Augusta, who has been a professional potter since 1974 will display works in stoneware, raku and earthenware. Showing with Stuart will be Jeri Burdick of Eutawville, who usually works in clay, but has recently begun making monotypes, sewn collages and mixed media pieces, which reflect her clay tradition.
Stuart, who earned an undergraduate art degree at Louisiana State University and an MFA degree from the University of Georgia, is the owner of Wild Hare Pottery in North Augusta where he maintains a gallery and teaches pottery classes for adults and children. In addition to working as an artist in residence in SC schools through the SC Arts Commission, he has exhibited and won numerous awards in show throughout the Southeast.
Burdick is the owner of Radcliffe Street, Inc. in Eutawville, which is a art studio featuring one-of-a-kind works in a variety of media. her undergraduate art degree is from the University of Georgia. She did graduate studies in ceramics at West Virginia University and earned a MFA at Furman University. Burdick has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the Southeast and other parts of the country. She also participated in the SC Arts Commission Artist-in-Residence Program for 10 years.
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