Dale A. Neese on sat 6 mar 99
ART OF THE PEOPLE
JUNE 14--18, 1999
HILL COUNTRY ARTS FOUNDATION, INGRAM,TEXAS
A dynamic =22hands on=22 workshop using low-fire earthenware clay, =
underglazes and low-fire colored gloss glaze. There will be lots of lively
discussion concerning color, surface, form and content.
Registration due by May 14th. Tuition =24225 plus =2415 lab fee.
Dominquez grew up in New Mexico. He trained at the Cleveland Institute of =
and Alfred University. Eddie Dominquez received National Endowments for the =
grants in 1986 and 1988. His work has been exhibited at the Massachusetts
College of Art, Boston, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tucson and the =
Orleans Museum of Art. His works are in the collections of many museums
including the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, Cleveland Institute of Art, and Museum =
Fine Art, Santa Fe.
The art center is nestled on the point of land which is formed by the =
of the Guadalupe River with Johnson Creek. The 16 acre hill country site is
located in the mist of Texas' breathtakingly rugged scenic beauty, one of
nature's most potent inspirations. The Duncan-McAshan Visual Arts Center =
present 10 exhibits during 1999, two of which are national shows.
For further information about this workshop and others being offered =
HILL COUNTRY ARTS FOUNDATION
507 HIGHWAY 39 WEST
P.O. BOX 1169
INGRAM, TEXAS 78025
PH. (830) 367-5120 FAX: (830) 367-5725