Arlene's Artist Materials is delighted to present "Form And Function," a curated group exhibition that delves into the captivating interplay between artistry and functionality in ceramics. Showcasing the works of talented local potters and ceramicists, this exhibition offers a unique exploration of the aesthetic and practical aspects of ceramic art.
"Form And Function" will run from May 3, 2024, to May 25, 2024, at Arlene's Artist Materials, located at [Address]. The exhibition will kick off with an artist reception on May 3, 2024, from 4:30 to 5:30 pm. This reception provides art enthusiasts with the opportunity to engage with the featured artists and gain insight into their creative processes.
The participating artists in "Form And Function" include Phyllis Busell, Rebecca Cigal, Dawn Dishaw, Sarah Hazelke, Beth Joslin, Natalie Kossack, and Ross Kunze. Each artist brings a unique perspective to the exhibition, showcasing a diverse range of styles, techniques, and interpretations of the theme.
From elegantly crafted vessels to intricately designed sculptures, "Form And Function" offers a captivating exploration of the ways in which ceramic art combines aesthetic beauty with practical utility. Visitors will have the opportunity to admire the craftsmanship of each piece and appreciate the skill and creativity of the featured artists.
"We are thrilled to present 'Form And Function,' an exhibition that celebrates the artistry and versatility of ceramics," said Andrew Ochal, Gallery Director at Arlene's Artist Materials. "This curated collection highlights the extraordinary talent of our local potters and ceramicists and invites viewers to consider the intricate relationship between form and function in art."
"Form And Function" reaffirms Arlene's Artist Materials' commitment to showcasing the vibrant and diverse artistic community in Albany, NY. As a hub for creative expression and cultural engagement, Arlene's remains dedicated to providing a platform for local artists to share their work and connect with audiences.
Don't miss the opportunity to experience the captivating fusion of artistry and functionality in ceramics at "Form And Function." Mark your calendars for the artist reception on May 3, 2024, and immerse yourself in an inspiring celebration of creativity and craftsmanship.