Join us for the Opening Reception on Saturday May 20, 3-5pm and Beth's Artist Talk on Sunday May 21, 2pm
Beth Lo is generously donating 15% of all her proceeds from this show to the environmental organization of your choice. In an effort to educate and engage the viewer, Beth asks that the purchaser of her work choose from a list of organizations for her to donate to.
"Identical twins Sydnie and Haylie Jimenez pair ceramics with themes of identity"
We are very excited to present Love You To Death, with the twin sister duo of Sydnie and Haylie Jimenez; centered around the representation of black and brown youth as well as self-expression as a form of storytelling and power within art and community. Additionally, their work is heavily informed by their relationship as twins. Love You To Death effectively embodies the emotional experiences and trends of today’s youth as well as ideas of chosen family, life-long friendships, and surrounding yourself with ones you love.
SEÑALES DE HUMO (SMOKE SIGNALS) | Renata Cassiano Alvarez & Daniel Berman
Artist Talk with Renata Cassiano Alvarez, February 18, 2023
We are very pleased to be featuring this extraordinary sculpture Three Generations by Dimitri Hadzi, international sculptor based in Boston, as well as the large figurative sculpture Before Giving Birth and the oil painting Safe Haven.
Dimitri Hadzi (March 21, 1921 – April 16, 2006) is among the most distinguished modernist sculptors, creator of works in bronze and stone that are powerfully abstract and expressionist in character. His contribution to the international language of sculpture continues to influence and inspire through permanent installations and collections, and exhibitions worldwide.
Ann Van Hoey will be joining us for the Opening Reception of COLOR & DESIGN on Saturday December 10, 3:00 -5:00pm, fresh on the heels of winning her award in Belgium. An Artist Talk will be held at the Gallery on Sunday, December 11 at 1:00pm.
Sunday, November 6, 1-3pm
The Umbrella Arts Center is honored to host an afternoon of Panel Discussion, Slides, and Conversation with Koichiro Isezaki, Jeff Shapiro and Tim Rowan about their work and careers. We will be examining the intersections of these artists' work and the tradition of Bizen pottery through their friendships, collaborations, and varied apprenticeships. The panel discussion will be moderated by Judith Schwartz, writer, curator and Professor Emeritus of Art History at NYU. This discussion will culminate with a visit to the Gallery.
Please join us at the Gallery for the Opening Reception of Bizen Revisted on Saturday November 5, 3-5pm. We will be joined by Jeff Shapiro, Tim Rowan and Isezaki Koichiro.
Please join us for the Opening Reception of Old and New with Sunkoo Yuh this Saturday October 1st from 3-5pm.
Hillary will be giving an Artist slide talk at The Umbrella Arts Center in Concord, on Sunday, September 18th from 3-5pm. For more information click here
Join us for the opening reception of UNEARTHED: Relics of Memory, with Hillary Kane on Saturday August 27, 3-5pm.
Hillary is giving an artist talk with a slide presentation at the Gallery on Sunday August 28, at 1pm.
Please join us for our Vibe Shift Opening Reception, with artist Isaac Scott
We are thrilled that Isaac can join us fresh from the historic RE/JOIN CONFERENCE at Haystack for Artists of Black and Native American descent.
It was a joyous and profound opening for Unadorned: Paul S. Briggs. Thank you to everyone who came out to the Gallery, with some coming as far as South Africa and Florida! Unadorned: Paul S. Briggs will be up through July 9th
We had such a wonderful weekend celebrating Three Sculptors with Patti Warashina, Anne Currier and Ashely Lyon. Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Gallery reception and Artist Talk at Concord Academy. The show will be up through June 4th—come see this historic exhibition in person!
Reception with the Artists: Saturday May 14, 3-5pm
Artist Talk at Concord Academy Sunday May 15, 2pm
Join us as we honor Sydnie Jimenez and her first Solo Exhibition with a reception from 3-5pm and an Arist Talk at 4pm on Saturday October 23rd.
Lucy Lacoste Gallery who has shown the internationally renowned ceramic sculptor Arnie Zimmerman several times over the years, announced with sadness the passing of the sculptor at his home in Hudson New York on July 29, 2021. He was 66.
Special thanks to my heroic Weekend Team
who worked such long hours to clear the Gallery for Re-Carpeting:
Elias Trout, Team Leader; Kam Sinopoli, the Warren MacKenzie packer;
Mike Mischo, steady throughout; Mike Roche, crater of the SunKoo Yuh; Bart Newland and Marie Causey, devoted friends of the Gallery; Richard Buckles, maker and mover of the back wall; and the artist Josephine Burr.
Thanks too to Tanya McGee, Milada Mischo, Sharon Spaulding, Michael Boisvert, VHS, Kathryn Boudreau, and Tony Munroe, my husband.
Please enjoy this beautifully curated online exhibition of Lily Fein and Josephine Burr's Articulating Space.
We have included some wonderful installation shots, as well as individual photographs from each artist, and some fun photographs from the physical show opening!
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Congratulations to Lily Fein and Josephine Burr on their feature in Art Daily!
We are so pleased to be able to share this article with you here
Congratulations are in order as we celebrate the acceptance of Robert A. Ellison Jr. private collection to the Met!
This is a huge coup for the ceramic community, and we could not be more thrilled to share the news!
Check out this article on the front page of the Arts section from this weeks New York Times.
Thank you to all who attended this event!
If you were unable to attend, you can view this riveting conversation here!
Beth Lo has generously been donating all of her proceeds from her ever popular Covid plates to the Montana Nurses Association Foundation, and she is recognized for her selflessness here in The Missoulian. We have never been more proud to represent Beth, congratulations!
Congratulations to Beth Lo and Jennifer Datchuk on their feature in The Boston Globe.
We are thrilled for you!
Beth Lo is very generously donating any proceeds she makes from her Covid Plates to the Montana Nurses Association.
She will also be donating her procceeds from the Voter Plates to Forward Montana, a non-profit organization dedicated to training, mobilizing, and electing a new generation of progressive leaders in Montana.
Many thanks to Beth and all she does to support her community!
"For ceramicist Paul S. Briggs, a new series is tied to racial justice."
Click to see images from our recent opening for Empowering Voices, Saturday September 12. Thanks to all who turned out to support this powerful group exhibition and special praise to the aritsts Natalia Arbelaez, Paul S. Briggs and Sydnie Jimenez who traveled great distances.
Now more than ever, it’s important to go beyond saying we stand with oppressed communities. We must take measurable actions. We do agree that if we are not part of the solution, we are part of the problem.
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