Embracing the Edge, Working in Clay in the Pacific Northwest
March 8 – April 19
Coinciding with the 46th Annual NCECA Conference (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts), the Schack will present works in clay by established reputations and emerging talents - lending vitality and fresh perspective to the medium.
Support for this exhibit comes from the City of Everett Cultural Arts Commission.
Participating Artists: Yonnah Ben Levy, Chaim Bezalel, Patsy Chamberlain, Roger Cocke, Rosemary Dally, Carol Rose Dean, Pacia Dixon, Persis Gayle, Marguerite Goff, Margo Grothe, June Haddox, Erica Herrmann, Kathy Huckleberry, Makiko Ichiura, Judith Helen Johnson, Catherine Kerwick, Joan Lang, Irene Lawson, Rose Moore, Pat Morse, Teri Peden, Donna Perugini, Maria Root, Ruby Root, Teri Silva, Pat Smith, Dinah Snipes Steveni, Pam Summers, Greg Tate, Chris Theiss, Susan Cohen Thompson, Ruth Westra, Jennifer Yates
Who are the Cascade Clay Artists?
Cascade Clay Artists is a group of artists working in clay to express their unique visions.
Members are dedicated potters, hand builders and sculptors who share common goals; to explore their development as clay artists and to increase the public's appreciation of clay as an art form.
Members work in their private studios from Snohomish County to the Canadian Border.
Meetings are the 4th Monday of the month at Skagit Valley College.