Sunday, March 22, 2009

Ink & Clay 35

Last night I went to the opening reception of "Ink & Clay 35" at the Kellogg Art Gallery at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Ink & Clay is an annual competition, established in 1971, of prints and drawings; ceramic ware and clay sculpture sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. The primary underwriting is through the generosity of Col. Jim Jones and the office of the University President, Michael Ortiz. Ink and Clay is an exhibition open to all of the Western States including Alaska and Hawaii.

Here are a few of the clay pieces that caught my eye, not the best pictures (taken with my phone) but you get the idea.



4 comments:

CreativewithClay: Charan Sachar said...

The first piece in the secind row caught my eye. Looks like a lidded jar. All the work is excellent. Thanks for sharing this.

Chris McCormick said...

That piece is by Steven Horn. Steven teaches in Riverside and is a huge fan of George Ohr. I have taken classes from him in printing on clay as well as attended workshops where he demonstrated George Ohr's techniques.
Glad you like it!

pat doran said...

Thanks Chris, I expected to go to the opening since at least 2 GCC students that I know have pieces there but totally forgot, being involved in other tasks. Thanks for sharing and your iPhone does a great job! I need to go before it closes.

Linda Starr said...

I hope to get there, love the upper right and Trent Berning vase second row left is wonderful. Thx.