Nice mention of my work in a Blurb about the Drink up Show in W.P.B. Examiner

WITVA Reception Photo provided by, Ann Fay Rushforth
Once again the Armory Art Center has three worthwhile exhibits: Vanishing Florida, a photography exhibit exploring our environment, Drink Up! Ceramic Cup Invitational, and Women in the Visual Arts’ Artistic Visions: On, Over, and Off the Edge of Our World. All three exhibits opened on Friday, October 9 and last until October 28, 2009.

The Opening Reception was so jam packed with art appreciators it was difficult to see the actual art work, but Kurt Hammerstein’s photographs of an Indiantown Cracker Shack and a trailer in the Everglades stood out as did photos by the husband/wife team of Robert and Jackee Swinson.

In addition to Florida, the Ceramic exhibit displayed the work of artists from New York, Nebraska, Minnesota, and California. Meredith Host sells her fine porcelain ceramics in craft stores and galleries in Ohio, Philadelphia, Kansas City, Chicago, Detroit, and Worcester, MA. Ben Carter celebrates the connection between food and relationships with his casual and functional terra cotta earthenware mugs using warm yellows and rich blue greens.

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1 comment:

  1. I was driving around with a friend who lives in West Palm and I saw this card and your image in the door pocket! Ha! Hope you're well.