2204 Spring Hill Dr. South Bend, IN 46628
- 5 artists
- Pink Lemonade Pastries
- Parking along the street
Guest, Sarah Anderson
I carve narratives into the surface of my functional pottery pieces through the technique called sgraffito. I use whimsical characters and illustrations as my imagery. I’ve slowly begun working in sculptural elements to my functional ceramics, giving more personality to each piece. I’m inspired by the climax of a story, and the reactions that this brings. The gestures of each character are thoughtful, and tell each of their moods in the narrative. When I create a conversation, no matter what that conversation holds, I feel I have created a successful piece of art.
Guest, Amy Smith
Originally from Ohio, I attended Ohio University for my undergrad in Athens, OH and after a pottery apprenticeship in Massachusetts, earned my MFA in Ceramics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where I went on to teach and was very involved in the local arts community. I managed Lincoln Clay Studio for six years and co-founded the Lincoln Clay Tour with Gail Kendall, Sharon Ohmberger, and Su Harvey. In 2016 I received a teaching award from the university and in 2017, I was a recipient of the Mayor’s Arts Awards.
Guest, Carly Connelly
Carly Connelly is a non-binary artist who lives and works in Chicago Illinois. They work as both a floral designer and pottery teacher and merge both fields in their pottery. They decorate their pots with layers of slip and carve out of it images of flowers, skulls, and patterns. They use discarded leaves from their work to make unique platters and decorative plates for like minded plant enthusiasts.