Skip to main content

Featured

Hipster Hippo don't care about no snow.

via Instagram http://ift.tt/2iSOLti

The Summer Swan Invitational

Swan Coach House Gallery


Swan Coach House Gallery
3130 Slaton Drive
Atlanta, GA 30339

404 266 2636
 swancoachhouse.com
Tues. - Sat. 10 - 4 







Opening reception:
 Thursday, June 9  6-8 pm
  
  The Summer Swan Invitational
Contemporary Southern Pottery and Handmade Objects 


Sponsored by
 Sarah Kennedy


  
Luba Sharapan
Luba Sharapan
Debora Muhl
Deborah Muhl

Robert Gardner
Robert Gardner

On Thursday, June 9, the Swan Coach House Gallery and the Forward Arts Foundation is pleased to open the exhibition, The Summer Swan Invitational.  With this show the gallery launches its inaugural summer exhibition with over 60 regional artists. Each summer, we plan to invite a guest co-curator to select work for a section of the exhibition.  This year the gallery will be set-up as an evolving exhibition space where artwork may be purchased and taken home, and then replaced with new work.

Our first guest co-curator is Erik Haagensen of Mudfire Clayworks & Gallery in Decatur. Erik has curated the functional pottery part of this show. About the artists he has selected, he says, "I look to capture the vibrancy of the contemporary studio pottery movement; standing in awe of the variety of directions these artists have imagined clay. My selection largely honors teachers, who share their knowledge so this ancient art form may be continually reinterpreted for modern living."

"In my role as co-curator", Marianne Lambert says, "I searched for interesting and amusing handmade objects.  I've included some wonderful artists who work in a variety of mediums including wood, metal, found objects, textiles and sweet grass.  While I have chosen some clay pieces, the work is more sculptural and object-oriented than Erik's selections."
                                                                                     

Check out the gallery page - Future Relics Gallery

Comments

  1. wish I was closer, looks like an excellent show.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular Posts