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From the artist - I try to employ techniques passed down through generations in my handbuilding, while the patterns that decorate some of my pots are revivals of ancient motifs found on Pre-Colombian Huastec pottery. I aim to tell the stories and histories of the modern day Tének and Xi’ui communities scattered across San Luis Potosi through my themes and designs.
I think Betsy states the them of her show best. "From my armchair and working from home last year during the pandemic, I delved into a philosophical examination of the concept of time. It felt appropriate. I gathered phrases concerning time from anyone who would “give me the time”."
Shelly is our artist for April 2021. She likes to break the rules and do things her own way. You can see why her work is so thoughtful with a feeling of freedom and beauty. See American craft transform into abstract contemporary themes.
Hope Art & Reinventing Reality
Azyz Sharafy is your Sage Crossing Gallery artist for March 2021.
A mixture of various media exploration from 3D Paintings to Digital Art explore
contemporary American socio-political issues.
Creatures of Habit
Kyra Miller is our October artist in the Sage Crossing Gallery at Fire Me Up Ceramics. We feel that she has a personal style that transcends through all the different materials she uses. Please look at the video description on YouTube for Kyra's Artist Statement.
To Be Sane In An Insane World
Dane Jones is the Sage Crossing Gallery artist for September. We feel that Dane's use of up-scaled materials combined with energetic design allows the viewer to appreciate both his chosen medium and intent to empower his audience.
Kathy Menzie is our August artist in the Sage Crossing Gallery at Fire Me Up Ceramics.
Her talented quilt work looks like paintings with fabric.
Kathy's fiber art is our first video tour.
Check out her amazing designs they will make you feel happy and alive.
Clay Does and Don’ts: Also watch the video
Clay is easy to work with if you keep a few things in mind.
In this demonstration you will learn how to use all the tools in your kit all while making a slab pencil holder. The fun part about this video is that you can also make a cup or larger project using the same instructions. There is more, you will learn a technique call Mishima, this is where you inlay underglaze into impressions in the clay you make with your tools.
Young children will be able to create a fun little bird with this demonstration. They can make a family of birds or just one. Let their imagination go wild with any additions or colors they choose. Underglazes are AP Non-Toxic so they are all classroom safe however, care should be taken to make sure children do not ingest underglaze or clay.
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