Tom Coleman is a master potter based in Las Vegas. He was invited to Columbus this summer to lead a workshop at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center and his works were on display at Sherrie Gallery in the Short North. Coleman draws inspiration from the desert landscape of his Nevada home and it’s evident in the details of his ceramic sculptures.
On this episode of Broad & High. Artist Noah Deledda spends his days pushing dents and geometric shapes into aluminum cans. And the result is unlike anything you’ve seen before
On the next Broad & High, a look at how artist Noah Deledda turns ordinary pop cans into intricate works of geometry. We take a ride with Axle Contemporary an art gallery on wheels. Finally Matthew Wilson, a ceramics artist, turns his vessels into complex works of art. Watch Wednesday, April 8 at 7:30pm on [...]
Considered the pottery capital of the world, it seems only fitting that the city of Zanesville established the inaugural Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics competition. This September, 100 finalists competed for a best-in-show award of $20,000.
Zanesville established the inaugural Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics competition. Honeyrun Farm is a small family-run farm near Williamsport, Ohio. Affectionately referred to as “dessert in a glass,” the Apple Pie Mead produced by Brothers Drake signifies all that we love about this time of year. Artist Steve Slaske takes us on a trip around [...]
Everyone has their own idea of what’s scary.
Artist James DeRosso always knew he wanted to work in ceramics, but it all changed when he shifted his focus from bowls and vases, started making monsters, and sharing his own ideas on what’s scary.