We are already having fun at our studio in the countryside with the arrival of Ginger Geyer from Austin, Texas. Look out for her amazing works in porcelain. She is already working on the reflection of the Sistine Chapel on an old-fashioned flashbulb! Wow!
Stop by c.r.e.t.a. rome on Friday 25 October at 18:30 and check out our residents' work. Both Ali and Jordan will present talks about their work. The talks will be followed by a reception with food & wine! The exhibition will remain open through 29 October, from 2:30-7:30 every day.
Jordan Pruett: Vessels of Ritual
Alison Hatfield Young: The Functions of Ritual
final touches to the design
A few final touches and sneak peak of the artists' work!
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SPRING RESIDENCY AT CRETA ROME. OUR DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 1
DECEMBER TO ACCOMMODATE THOSE OF YOU WHO SAW THIS LATER DEADLINE LISTED
POSTED ON CERAMICS REVIEW.
work by one of our current residents Jordan Pruett.
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Look for this ad in the latest issue of Ceramics: Art & Perception. A huge thank you to Lucy Lacoste for the invitation to participate in S.O.F.A. Chicago 2013. The 'New Directions' show presents the work of Josephine Burr, Sunshine Cobb, Colby Parsons, Paolo Porelli ((his "Excess" appears above) and Linda Swanson.
Sculpture Objects Functional Art + Design Fair is celebrating 20 years this time around! Read more about the event here on their website!
All smiles this week at c.r.e.t.a. rome as we welcome our third fall resident for 2013! We are excited to have these three talented artists in Rome!
Check them out!
Alison Hatfield Young
Alison is an American artist specializing in ceramic art. She will be in residence at c.r.e.t.a for 6 weeks. You can follow Alison's experience in Rome on her tumblr, or check out her work on her website!
Jordan is an American artist specializing in sculptural pottery. He will be in residence with us for 6 weeks. You can follow his work on his website Jordan Vincent Pottery.
Elizabeth is an Argentinean ceramic sculptor. She will be in residence in Rome for 3 months. She just arrived on Monday but is already hard at work. Her work can be found on her website Elizabeth Dychter.