Archive for the ‘Ceramics’ Category

Photo provided by Stephen Douglas

What a happy gang of Gallery 55 members at our reception on December 9, selling art for $49 and having a good time, too!

Left to right:
Top row: Theresa Burkes, Stephen Douglas
Middle row: Alan Giltzow, Thea Belecz, Benita Giltzow, Genie Sue Weppner, Connie McClaran
Front row: Mary Butler, Etta Mayfield

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Art by Genie Sue Weppner

 

Announcing our 2017 Art for $49 Party!
December 9, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Gallery Fifty-Five, 311 E. Lake Street, McCall

This happens only once a year. Gallery Fifty-Five Artists are making art for the holidays and selling it for $49 each for one night only. We will unveil the art at 6 p.m. and start the sale! Refreshments and wine will be served. Music by Mike Rutledge.

 

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Lynn Fraley

Katharina Roth

 

 

 

 

 

 

December Reception: Want to shop for unique and beautiful gifts and enjoy a fun event at the same time? Drop by the gallery, at 311 E. Lake Street on December 2, from 4-8:00 p.m. We’ll have Christmas tree decorations, many fine gifts of art, wine by Bistro 45, appetizers, and piano music by Mike Rutledge. We have two fabulous guest artists this month, equestrian sculptor Lynn Fraley and ceramic artist Katharina Roth.

More about our Guest Artists:

Lynn Fraley

Boise artist Lynn Fraley’s equine sculptures exude vivid personalities.  Her deep respect for anatomy and biomechanics is evident in each piece.  In recent years she has consistently garnered top honors at the annual American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibit; the Sam Savitt Award for best depiction of the Horse in Movement in 2017the Marilyn Newmark Memorial Award for sculpture in 2016 and the Leonard J Meiselman medal for sculpture in 2011. Limited editions are available in bronze, resin or ceramic.  For more information, see lynnafraley.com or email her at lynn@lynnafraley.com.

Katharina Roth

Katharina Roth was born and raised in Switzerland, where she studied art history at the university of Basel. In 1992, she moved to the United States. In the U.S. she learned jewelry making and metal smithing and worked for several years in that field before receiving a BFA from Northern Arizona University with a focus on ceramics, sculpture and printmaking. Then, in the fall of 2016, she spent six weeks in a residency program in Jingdezhen, China’s porcelain capitol for over 2000 years, learning techniques unique to Chinese ceramics. This experience changed the way she worked, moving her from using white unglazed porcelain to applying many layers of slips, oxides, glazes, decals, and luster. Katharina enjoys working out of her studios in Sedona, Arizona, and McCall.

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