JANUARY 2022 NEWSLETTER
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The January ClayHouston Raffle features a Stoneware Vase by Daryl McCracken. This big beautiful wheel-thrown and altered stoneware vase measures 11” tall by 8” wide. It has a stencil slip decoration and is wood fired.Tickets are one for $5.00, three for $10.00, or six for $20.00 - Purchase
Jeff Forster at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
Jeff Forster announces his participation in the exhibition “Nothing Goes to Waste” at The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, January 29th-May 7th. Nothing Goes to Waste showcases a survey of artists who find exciting ways to reuse and repurpose materials, scraps, and castoffs through ingenuity. Highlighting works created from discarded materials like ceramic shards, cut paper, and marble remnants, the exhibition explores how salvaged material can inspire creativity and provoke curiosity about the impact various industrial and artistic processes have on the ecology of the planet. HCCC opening reception Friday, January 28 from 5:30 until 8:00 pm.
Jeff Forster at Lonestar College - Kingwood
Jeff Forster announces his participation in “Flux” at Lonestar College - Kingwood art gallery. The exhibition runs from January 10-February 25th with a closing reception on February 25th from 5 - 7:00 p.m.
Jessica Kreutter at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
Jessica Kreutter has work in "Case Study Space" an installation honoring Clint Willour featuring Houston-based former residents, Houston Center for Comptempory Craft, 4848 Main St, Houston, TX 77002, Open November 4, 2021 - February 5, 2022, https://crafthouston.org
Jessica Kreutter at George Bush Intercontinental Airport
Jessica Kreutter has work acquired for Houston's Civic Art Collection in the Houston Airport System and to be installed at George Bush Intercontinental (IAH) and William P. Hobby Airports (HOU). https://www.houstontx.gov/mayor/press/2021/largest-airport-one-time-acquisition.html
Renee Lieber at Museum of Biblical Arts
Renee Lieber has work "Matzoh Towers" on loan to Museum of Biblical Arts, Dallas, Texas through April 2022.
Renee Lieber at Artspace 111
Renee Lieber has work "Capri Halo" in Texas Sculpture Group exhibit at Artspace 111, Fort Worth
Cynthia Wisener at Glassell
Cynthia Wisener in Glassell Figurative Students Past and Present Artists 2000-2021, second floor gallery, Glassell School of Art through Jan 2022.
Emily Rensink at Museum of Biblical Art
Emily Rensink announces that she will have two pieces in the upcoming group exhibition, “Broken and Whole”, at the Museum of Biblical Art, 7500 Park Lane, Dallas, TX 75225. The exhibition opens September 11th and will run through the middle of January. (https://www.biblicalarts.org/)
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