Monday, September 13, 2010

Show Opening at Mredith College


We went to see the show "DIRECTions: Native Clay" at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC on SUnday because there was a show opening, and it was really fun trip for us. Especially Ken found friends (several similar age children) and he has GREAT time.

Mederidh College has a ceramic program and there is nice and organized clay studio and kilns. The teacher and ceramic artist, Mr. Warner Hyde gave us a quick tour in the school.

Gas plus wood sail kiln
Well organized clay studio
Takuro Shibata, Wood fired Vases "Woods"
Hitomi SHibata, Wood fired Large Bowl "Hana"
Hitomi Shibata, Wood fired Large Platter "Sankaku"


Daniel Johnston, Seagrove, NC
Jordan Taylor, Chapel Hill, NC
Jordan Taylor, Chapel Hill, NC
Mark Hewitt, Pittsboro, NC
Sunshine Cobb, Portland, OR

More details are here:
http://www.meredith.edu/art/gallery-exhibits.htm

"DIRECTions: Native Clay"
September 12 - October 31, 2010

16 artists from across the U.S. present functional and sculptural objects made from hand dug local clay and fired in wood burning kilns. The variety of artistic visions is great, the touch of the hand to a natural resource is a marvel in today’s high tech world. 


Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery Meredith College
3800 Hillsborough St.,
Raleigh, NC 27607

2 comments:

Sunshine said...

Great to see images from the show (sunshine here) I am out here in Portland and was googling and found your blog. Love the pictures- Thanks for putting me up there!

Hitomi said...

>Sunshine-san

Thanks for your comment. Our show at Meredith College was great look. I wish you could visit the school.