Throughout the Spring session at Lillstreet Art Center
, my Advanced Topics in Soda Firing
class worked on putting together an exhibition of their work- from developing the idea of the show, to producing the work. I'm really excited about the direction this project has taken. The results can be seen at the opening of the exhibition on July 16. Please see below for more information.
The idea of the exhibition is that each set or series of pieces was designed and placed in the kiln to intentionally mark the surface with the pattern and shadow of the flame. All the pieces are fired in the soda kiln, where the soda vapors are being carried with the flame. The results of this are some really exciting pieces that tell the story of how they were made. Photographs of the pieces in the kiln (like the ones seen below) will accompany the displayed ceramics. Please click on image to see it larger-and to read all the details.
The opening reception is Saturday, July 16th at Lillstreet's Gallery
in Chicago. There are several openings happening at the same time- it should be quite an event! If you need directions- please click here
I hope to see you there!
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