Opening reception on Saturday, February 4th from 5-7pm Show available 2/4-3/5 Raised on a farm in Southern Illinois, and now living and working in Minneapolis, Ernest Miller draws inspiration from fields, farm implements, and rural and urban architectural forms. A recent grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board has enabled … Continued
Liz grew up in her mom’s studio, playing with extra supplies while her mom painted. She dabbled in nearly every medium and didn’t find clay until college. On the verge of dropping out, she took a ceramics class. Liz holds a BFA in ceramics and a BA in Art History. … Continued
extrude play verb ex·trude \ik-ˈstrüd\ Popularity: Bottom 40% of words Simple Definition of extrude · : to force, press, or push (something) out · : to shape (something) by forcing it through a hole Source: Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary Mary likens building with extruded pieces of clay to playing with Legos. … Continued
Sep 10 – Oct 9 Internationally recognized Minnesota artist Jeff Oestreich will be celebrating his 50 year career in ceramics with a show at The Grand Hand Gallery. Jeff has been working hard to create work for this special show… images of his newest work to come soon!
Opening reception on Saturday, June 11th from 5-7pm Show available from 6/11-7/10 Regional artists Joanna Buyert (ceramics), Kari Maxwell (paintings), and Lucy Senstad (textiles) are coming together for a collaborative show featuring bursts of color, and vivid textures and shades. This exhibit, featuring new work by all three artists, represents … Continued
May 7 – Jun 4 Opening reception Sat, May 7, 5-7PM Francene Christianson, Jan McKeachie Johnston, Opening reception Sat, May 7, 5-7PM In our continuing series of exhibitions focusing on women artists of our region, our new show features the work of painter Francene Christianson and ceramic artist Jan McKeachie … Continued
OPENING RECEPTION: Sat. Oct 11, 5-7PM Michael Schmidt – painting, Tom Jaszczak – ceramics, Mel Tudisco – painting/metal This show will present new work by three Minnesota artists that marks a significant departure for each of them. Michael Schmidt shifted from oil to encaustic painting over the past year; Tom … 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