Ceramic, embellished

. October 1, 2013.

The gallery on Main Street of all things clay, is hosting an exhibition of the work of artist, Shirley White-Black, entitled EMBED. Combining new ceramic forms with various media has interesting results; White-Black uses images, ideas and inspirations from her aesthetic memory to visually relate  statements about subjects personally meaningful to her.

The show opens at the Clay Gallery on Monday, October 7 and runs through Sunday, November 16. An opening reception will be held on Friday, October 11, from 7-9. Free. Clay Gallery, 335 S Main Street. Gallery Hours: Mon-Thurs,12-8pm, Fri/Sat,12-9pm,Sun,12-5pm. 734-662-7927. claygallery.org


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