Friday, July 22 – Sunday, August 21 Reception – August 20, 4-6 PM Artist Talk – August 21, 2 PM
- Friday, July 22 – Sunday, August 21
- Reception – August 20, 4-6 PM
- Artist Talk – August 21, 2 PM
- Georgetown Art Center816 South Main StreetGeorgetown, TX 78628United States (map)
About The Show:
Exploring the singular direction of an artist can be powerful. When echoed and amplified by another artist’s work, it can become an even richer experience. Painter Paul Kolazinski and ceramicists Margaret Henkels and Deborah Otto each approach form from a different angle. Subtle curves and shapes, unique edges, intersections, and sophisticated planes bring together the worlds of painting, sculpture, and ceramics.
Henkels’ hand-built ceramics move everyday household vessels toward considerations of architecture. Kolazinski uses traditional painting techniques to produce dynamic shapes, which provide the base for powerful color exploration into the third dimension. Otto’s wheel-thrown and sculpted porcelain work breaks out of the perfection of porcelain while reveling in its organic richness. Each artist invites the viewer into new perspectives on the intersection of form and surface. Shadow, line, color, texture, all join the conversation.
(Saturday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Georgetown Art Center
816 S Main St, Georgetown, TX 78626
Georgetown Art WorksNonprofit organization that manages the Georgetown Art Center