Ashes to Ashes Opening Reception-Saturday, 10/14 from 5-7pm ***POSTCARD LISTS OPENING RECEPTION ON 10/7 IN ERROR. OUR APOLOGIES!*** Ashes to Ashes-10/14-11/11 Please join us as we explore symbols, rituals and rites of passage-some personal, some ancient. Urns for ashes or for admiration, two dimensional art for reflection and endless discussion.
pol·li·nate ˈpäləˌnāt/Submit verb convey pollen to or deposit pollen on (a stigma, ovule, flower, or plant) and so allow fertilization. Pollinators are in dire need of our help! This month The Grand Hand Gallery is buzzing with artwork featuring butterflies, insects, bees and birds. Unsure of how to bring more … Continued
OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY, MAY 13th from 5-7pm SHOW AVAILABLE MAY 13th-June 18th Join us in welcoming regional artists Don Biehn, Bob Carls and Elizabeth Pechacek. Each artist is dedicated to exploring tried and true techniques, while simultaneously pushing boundries some way in their own mediums. Don Biehn ‘s work has … Continued
Rita grew up in Montreal and Wyoming, studied in Utah and Pennsylvania and is now a studio potter living in Louisville, Colorado. After working in biotechnology for ten years and being a part-time potter, she switched careers from biochemistry to ceramics and devoted attention to her ceramics practice. The majority … Continued
The mishima process is a technique that was first used in Korea from 935-1392. It involves inlaying slip, glaze or clay into a contrasting body of clay. Bianka Groves employs this technique in her work. She covers each piece in wax and then uses a razor or acupuncture needles to … Continued
Opening Reception April 1, 5-7PM Known for his tremendous talent, discipline, influence, and modesty, Minnesota ceramic artist Warren MacKenzie loves nothing more than to share a spotlight with fellow artists, former students, and past apprentices. In this show, The Grand Hand is delighted to showcase new work by Warren MacKenzie … Continued
Louisiana potter Andy Shaw’s porcelain tableware is pleasingly homogeneous yet – unlike traditional matched dish sets – each piece is a bit different from its mates. The artist varies the patterns of his plates, bowls and cups to create functional pieces that work for both formal dining and casual meals. … Continued