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Silvermine welcomes eleven new Guild Artists!

New Members Exhibition

Opening Reception: Sunday, January 11 2:00-4:00pm
Open through February 15

Artist Talk: Tuesday, January 27 6:00pm

New Members:
Susan Cox
Moshe Bursuker
Robert Calafiore
Edhu Nascimento & Cris Xavier
Kiyoshi Otsuka
Ronnie Rysz
Michelle Shibley
Dora Tomulic

Plus, these ceramic artists:

Gina Picirrilli-Hayden creates textured and life-like ceramics that reflect the beautiful imperfection of nature. She is especially interested in the way the natural world's strength and frailty parallels human nature.

Joan Zagrobelny is inspired by natural objects that maintain their beauty because-or in spite of-the patina of age, erosion, or weathering. Her ceramic sculptures appear to strain and twist upward, striving to move past obstacles that block their growth.

See all the artists’ works at

Silvermine Arts Center
1037 Silvermine Road
New Canaan, CT 06840






JANUARY 16 – FEBRUARY 13, 2015
Artist Reception: Friday, January 16, 6 – 8PM

The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present the New York City Solo Exhibition debut of Alabama-based artist Lee Somers. Lee constructs multilayered assemblages – mosaics of miscellaneous resplendent ceramic shards that reference, among others, early Chinese landscape paintings. Lee’s ceramic paintings are narratives that “compress geologic time” collapsing the entirety of human civilization into a moment.

Lee Somers (b. 1977) works in ceramics and mixed media to explore a variety of interests in geology, landscape, material culture and architecture. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in galleries and museums, most recently at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center (Colorado) and the Seattle Design Center (Washington). A teacher and artist recently awarded the Franzen Teaching Fellowship at Colorado State University and Art 342. Lee currently lives in Montevallo, Alabama where he is an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Montevallo.


Save the date for the 13th Annual Taste of Greenwich House on March 31, 2015. Each year Greenwich House hosts a select group of top-tier New York City restaurants for the annual Taste of Greenwich House with over 30 stations of special dishes from their menus. The Taste is Greenwich House's premier fundraiser and its success enables Greenwich House to provide the crucial social and educational services that help New Yorkers lead many more fulfilling lives. Sneak a peak here at some of this year's restaurants and stay tuned for ticket sales starting in February.

Greenwich House Pottery
16 Jones Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 242-4106


Rising Stars: A Student Show

In the Gallery
January 10 – 17

Opening Reception:
January 11, 3 – 5 p.m.


Winter Classes Begin January 20
Classes for all levels, weekly or one session, six weeks or full semester – there is a class for you! Discover your inner artist, brush up on your skills, and have a great time.

Ladies Night BYOB
Have fun and get messy on Friday nights.

Drop-in Clay Class
Every Saturday from 2 – 4 p.m.

Clay Art Center
40 Beech Street
Port Chester, NY 10573


Reminder: Winter Session starts January 13, and classes are filling quickly! You can register online, by phone at 718-784-4907, or by visiting BrickHouse in person. Thank you for being part of a terrific year at BrickHouse! Here's to a great 2015 in the studio.

10-34 44th Drive, Long Island City
(Between 11th & 10th Streets at the blue banner)
Ellen Day, Director ellen.day@brickhouseny.com www.brickhouseny.com


Register NOW for Winter Classes
Visit www.pelhamartcenter.org/education for class schedules and registration.

High School Portfolio Development Class
Students will be receiving assessment regarding their portfolios. They will have the opportunity to develop their skills while enhancing their portfolio. Activities will include still-lives, figure model sessions and clothed model sessions.
Wednesday: 7:00-9:00PM

Pelham Art Center
155 Fifth Avenue
Pelham, NY 10803



Registration Open for Session 1 Ceramics Classes


SESSION 1 | Jan. 12-Feb. 28, 2015

Fees: $224 Members; $295 Non-Members

SOURCES OF INSPIRATION | Intermediate/Advanced

In this intermediate level hand-building class, students pursue their own individual handbuilding projects with occasional class assignments and demonstrations. Instructor critiques, slides, readings, films and field trips will also be included. Must be skilled in working with clay.

                 Instructor: Kate Missett

                 Mondays | 12:30-3:00 PM



A further exploration of transferring imagery into ceramic forms by means of an assortment of photographic processes.  Prerequisite for this class: you must have taken the first section of Image Transfer and be accomplished in working with clay.

                 Instructor: Kate Missett

                 Wednesdays| 1-3:30 PM



This class will focus on developing sensitivity to the various internal relationships and subtleties of the vessel form. Beginners will learn the basic skills of throwing on the potter’s wheel. Intermediate students will work on individual projects to further develop their skills and unique personal expression. Demos and critiques will be given regularly.

                 Instructor: Dave Gibson

                 Wednesdays | 10 AM-12:30 PM



An introduction to the basic elements of throwing on the wheel and surface decoration. Intermediate students develop increased skills through more demanding projects that explore a variety of shape and glaze possibilities. Classes include a demonstration and assigned projects. Multi-level classes, no experience necessary.

                 Instructor: Outi Putkonen

                 Mondays | 11 AM-1:30 PM

                 Tuesdays | 6:30-9 PM



Investigate how the activity of making pottery can be a wonderful vehicle for quieting the mind. Not unlike meditation, working with clay can also help us to be more present and focused in the moment. In this class we will learn and develop various skills of working on the wheel, while exploring how at whatever level this can be a useful means for cultivating the practice of mindfulness.

                 Instructor: Julie Terestman

                 Mondays | 7-9:30 PM



This class will focus on the wheel, utilizing basic skills as well as advanced techniques such as thrown and altered forms. Lidded jars, oval planters and vases as well as tumbler and pitcher sets will be developed. Surface techniques such as slip decoration, wax resist and maiolica painting techniques will be demonstrated.

                 Instructor: Janet Belden

                 Wednesdays | 6:30-9 PM



These classes will offer specific projects for furthering individual skills. Focus on surface techniques and the refinement of forms. Previous throwing experience is necessary

                 Instructor: Outi Putkonen

                 Tuesdays | 10:30 AM-1 PM


In this class we will concentrate on all construction techniques for making vessels, sculptures, wall pieces and tiles.   Glazing and painterly surface techniques will be explored in order to enhance and embellish the forms.  Personal projects are encouraged and one on one help given as well as class demonstrations.  All levels welcome.

                   Instructor: Mary Marino

               Thursdays | 2:30-5 PM


For more information, or to register, visit http://www.ymcanyc.org/westside/classes/visual-arts







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