Ashes to Ashes-10/14-11/11

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.

Tangletown Gardens’ Garden and Art Tour

Saturday, July 22 9 am-4 pm The fourth Saturday of July, we participate in the Tangletown Gardens’ Garden and Art Tour. This self-guided annual tour features some of the Twin Cities’ best gardens, and local art. with refreshments supplied by Tangletown Gardens and Wise Acre Eatery. The 2017 tour will … Continued

Rita Vali

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

Bianka Groves

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

“Midwest Modern” Ernest Miller 2/4-3/5

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

Elizabeth Pechacek

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

Mary Fisher

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