Amy Fields starts with a lump of raw clay; Beth Kerschen starts with images of her surroundings. Both artists use their materials to create beauty, encourage reflection, or discover the unpredictable.
Beth layers and interweaves her photographs, asking us to reflect on how our own lives paralleled The Big Pause as a collective examination of what we will now call normal. Amy’s porcelain vessels are wheel-thrown, then carved and pierced. But don’t let their delicate appearance fool you: they’re fired in an atmosphere of super-heated wood ash where their mineral content reacts to form an unpredictable glaze finish.”
Here are details about the show openings and artist talk for my new exhibit with Amy Fields at Sidestreet Arts.
This is a Zoom event on Tuesday, June 29; 6-7 pm PDT
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87488073651?pwd=NTMyanNRb2IwUWZIM0FydnE2YTRXUT09
Sunday Artist Studio Series
This is a Zoom event on Sunday, July 13; 12-1 pm PDT
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84683220093?pwd=NHNiZnI1T2tKT2VFcVprZm5Cdkt4UT09
And the artwork is available for purchase online >>
The show will be viewable in person at the gallery from Wednesday, July 1st through July 31st.
And is part of the July First Friday Art Walk Jul 2, 2021, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
I’ll be there on July 2nd!