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Friday, February 26, 2010
Lindsay showed her interpretation of this look and the results were just as stunning.
Thursday, Feb 25th at 7:30pm - Potluck and lecture.
Lindsay is a former student of University of Louisville and has experienced some amazing travels to China and Australia, in the pursuit her growth as a ceramic artist. She Completed her MFA at Utah State University and is now an Assistant Professor at Western Kentucky University. There is a list to sign up for the potluck on the door going into the garage.
Friday, Feb 26th most likely 10am until done - Wad and load the kiln. No glazing necessary, just wad and in it goes.
Sat, Feb 27th early morning until done - Fire the kiln
Lindsay was a member of Louisville Clay before she left to get her MFA in Utah. It will be wonderful to see her back home again!
This workshop is free and open to the public courtesy of the University of Louisville.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
On Sunday January 24, 2010 the Louisville Visual Art Association hosted over 600 artists, patrons, and community members at the opening reception to the 2010 Water Tower Regional exhibition. At the reception, LVAA awarded over $5,000 in cash awards to artists in the exhibition in all mediums. Gayle Cerlan was honored with a Norman Kohlhepp Merit Award of $200 at the reception and her piece was sold to local collector Henry Heuser. (Gayle was one of nine artists out of 71 exhibited to receive a cash award for her work.)
About the Exhibition:
The Water Tower Regional, first held in 1909, is the oldest competitive juried art exhibition in the Southeast and Midwest regions. Hosted by the Louisville Visual Art Association, Kentucky's oldest arts organization, the exhibition will feature artwork from artists in Kentucky and surrounding states. The opening reception will feature exhibiting artists, the juror, Churchill Davenport, and the awards ceremony.The Water Tower Regional is sponsored by the Rounsavall Family Foundation.
Please contact me if you ever have events as we use our twitter and facebook accounts to help promote local galleries and artists.
Mary Margaret Carlton
Louisville Visual Art Association
3005 River Rd.
Louisville, KY 40207
The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports the Louisville Visual Art Association with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Louisville Visual Art Association is a Fund for the Arts Member Agency.