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December 2013

Black Mountain Center for the Arts in Black Mountain, NC, Features Annual Ceramics Exhibit and Sale

Starting Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, in conjunction with Holly Jolly, the Black Mountain Center for the Arts opens its upper floor to the beautiful results of the BMCA Clay Studio for its Annual Exhibit and Ceramics Sale. The event is 6-8pm. The Annual Exhibit will feature the finest work of Clay Studio instructors and students who exhibit their best work in the Upper Gallery. This diverse exhibit will be on display until Jan. 24, 2014. In the adjacent room more than 10 students and instructors will have their work for sale. Sales are typically brisk that evening, but don’t be discouraged, work will be available for sale until Dec. 20, 2013.

The Gallery Show will feature the work of professional ceramic artists including studio manager Charles Freeland, instructors Geoff Bird, Annie Singletary and Mathilda Tanner and their students’ work. On display will be functional, decorative and sculptural works of extraordinary detail and workmanship.

The Ceramics Sale will feature beautiful dishware, holiday ornaments cups, mugs, and bowls among other gift-worthy items. These distinctive, unique pieces are popular with Holly Jolly revelers because they can buy local art for their loved ones.

The Clay Studio is adjacent to the BMCA in the renovated old city garage and is accessible off the back parking lot.

For further information check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call the Center at 828/669-0930 or visit (www.BlackMountainArts.org).

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