An icon… revived

. March 3, 2014.
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His pieces can be seen in museums across the country. The work of renowned ceramic artist, Daniel Rhodes, one of the most distinguished authorities on studio pottery, is on exhibit at the River Gallery in Chelsea. Daniel Rhodes: Revival, a rare opportunity to view or possibly own this collectible artist's work opens with a reception on Saturday, March 15 from 5-9pm and will be on display until Saturday, April 26. Rhodes, who died in 1989, had a rich history in ceramics, building an international reputation as a potter, sculptor, educator and author. Revival is a special exhibition celebrating this innovative artist and his contribution to American ceramic art and education, showing over one hundred sculptures and vessels, all available for purchase.

River Gallery,  120 S. Main, Chelsea. 734-433-0826. chelserivergallery.com
 

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