Baltimore Clayworks on wed 12 may 99
Baltimore Clayworks Presents
A Juried Exhibition of Ceramic Artists Who Reside
In or Around our Nation=92s Capitol
Recognizing that there is both a growing and changing ceramics community in =
Washington metropolitan area, Baltimore Clayworks presents =22D.C. Clay.=22 =
receiving numerous entries, juror Jimmy Clark, from Philadelphia=92s The =
Studio, chose 12 sculptors and potters from five counties, including the
District of Columbia, to be in the exhibition. =22D.C. Clay=22 will be =
the Baltimore Clayworks Gallery from May 1 =96 29, 1999. The gallery is =
5706 Smith Avenue in the village of Mt. Washington. Admission is free.
The following artists were chosen to represent the emerging as well =
ceramic arts community in and around D.C.: Ramon Camarillo (Arlington Co.), =
Kogod Colwell (Montgomery Co.), David Cowdrill (Fairfax Co.), Virginia =
(Fairfax Co.), Nic Galloro (Montgomery Co.), Mary George Kronstadt (District=
Columbia), Dale Marhanka (Fairfax Co.), Cheryl Meeks (Montgomery Co.), =
Murray (Montgomery Co.), Amy Butcher Parker (Montgomery Co.), Colleen A.
Schneider (Fairfax Co.) and Elke Seefeldt (Arlington Co.).
Baltimore Clayworks is a not-for-profit ceramic art center located in the =
Washington neighborhood in northwest Baltimore. Founded in 1980, Clayworks =
housed in a renovated library, and offers classes, artists' spaces, =
and programs in the community. Hours are 10AM - 5 PM, Monday through =
For more information call Baltimore Clayworks at 410-578-1919.