Ceramic Centric at the Foundry Art Centre

    The Foundry Art Centre presents Ceramic Centric, which collects works from 33 different artists exploring the versatility and pushing the boundaries of ceramic art. At least 50% of every entry had to be comprised of clay, opening up the possibilities for mixed media while still holding to a distinct theme for the show. The diversity of the pieces on show, paired with the overwhelming display of craftsmanship makes for a throughly stimulating exhibit. Also on display is a collection papier-mache sculptures by Elizabeth Conn, but these pieces aren’t your run of the mill papier-mache. Conn has developed a technique that gives her sculptures the appearance of smooth glossy stonework. For more information please visit www.foundryartcentre.org.

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