“Fertile Ground” is the theme presented by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference which takes place March 16-19 2022 in Sacramento. Myself along with 7 other ceramic artists will be exhibiting our works in Roseville, at 316 Vernon St, through Blue Line Arts which is one of the NCECA hosting galleries. A shuttle bus is available during the conference with Blue Line Arts as one of its stops that it serves for the greater Sacramento area.
Artists represented in this exhibition of the Sierra Foothills Clay Arts are:
Chic Lotz – https://www.chiclotzpottery.com/home.html
Deborah Bridges – https://www.studiobridges.com/
Andrew Sellery – https://www.facebook.com/clayworkbyandrewsellery/
Amanda Paoletti – https://www.asifstudios.com/amanda-paoletti
Rene Sprattling – https://www.asifstudios.com/rene-sprattling
Claudia Jeffers – https://www.claudiajeffersart.com/
Risa Roseman – https://www.asifstudios.com/risa-roseman
Jennifer Rugge – https://jenniferrugge.com/clay-sculpture/
We live and maintain our studios in Nevada County, in the Sierra foothills. Through the established organization, Artists Studios In the Foothills (ASIF) owned by Amanda Paoletti, we have gathered together to share and exhibit our clay works. We each bring to this group a variety of unique skills, techniques and approaches to clay forms and processes. Enjoy the video. All are welcome to visit the gallery exhibitions.
Dates to Remember:
Saturday, March 5 – Friends and Family Soft Opening 1-5 pm; Art Demonstrations 11-2 pm.
Thursday, March 17 – NCECA Reception at Blue Line Arts and Sierra College Gallery (diagonally across the street from Blue Line, 316 Vernon St.) 5-9 pm.
SFCA Exhibition is up February 19 – May 31 open 9 am – 5 pm, closed Sundays