Claymakers Store and Gallery Tuesday - Saturday 1pm - 6pm
Claybody: The Human Form in Ceramic Art
March 18 - May 13
extended gallery hours during the Durham ArtWalk Spring Market:
Saturday, April 30 10am-5pm
Sunday, May 1 1pm-5pm
Cynthia Aldrich Peter Anderson
Caroly Van Duyn
"Much of art is rooted in the attempt to understand ourselves and each other.
Images of humankind have always been a fundamental part of this exploration.
The works in this exhibit are as varied as the personalities that made them,
and we hope you’ll find something familiar and something foreign
as you peruse these works based on the human form."
Claymakers’ mission is to promote the joy of working with clay; sustain a thriving community of artists, students, and teachers; and foster enthusiasm for the ceramic arts through classes, workshops, exhibits, special events, and access to facilities and materials.
Seeking ceramic art with Electrical Components for the Feature Gallery
(Exhibiting May 20 – July 8)
Claymakers Gallery is seeking ceramic work with electrical components: lamps, fountains, kinetic sculpture, etc. Wall-mounted, free-standing, any sizes, any forms of mainly clay using electricity. Any power source is acceptable (AC plugs, batteries, solar cells, etc.).
Work is sold on a consignment basis. Successful applications will follow the guidelines presented on our website. Guidelines, application forms, and the consignment agreement are available online. Click here to see the full application procedure. Thank you!
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