June Issue 2002
Odyssey Gallery in Asheville, NC, Features Works and Words by Summer Instructors
The Summer Visiting Artists Exhibit,
on view at the Odyssey Gallery in Asheville, NC, from June 3 through
Aug. 9, 2002, will give a preview of works created by upcoming
worksho instructors at the Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts.
See their work and learn how they do it. Ceramic artists from across the nation will teach weeklong workshops this summer at Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts in Asheville. Throughout the summer, these instructors will display their artwork at Odyssey Gallery. The pieces range from narrative and formal sculpture to functional pottery and tile work , including an intriguing array of styles, techniques and creativity. Each Tue. afternoon during the summer, at 12:15pm, that week's visiting artist will host a slide presentation in the gallery, with a brief discussion of his or her work. The public is more than welcome to attend, and admission is free.
Featured artists and lecture dates include: Louise Radochonski (Burnsville, NC) on June 4; Judith Duff (Brevard, NC) on June 11; Mark Peters (Bakersville, NC) on June 18; Mark Shapiro (Worthington, MA) on June 25; Sarah Jaeger (Helena, MT) on July 9; George McCauley (Helena, MT) on July 16; Kathy Triplett (Weaverville, NC) on July 30; Lana Wilson (Del Mar, CA) on July 30; and Thomas Kerrigan (Tucson, AZ) on Aug. 6.
For more information about the exhibit or the public lectures, call Cassia Kesler at 828/285-9700. For information or to register for a workshop, call Mark Burleson at the Odyssey Center at 828/285-0210.
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