Today, artist Gerardo Monterrubio gave a heartfelt and thoughtful talk at the Center. It was a full house surrounded by his magnificent work.
It was remarkable how much we learned about the artist personally. While always referencing a piece of artwork, we were informed about his past via the drawings that adorn his sculpted objects. He mentioned that one of the things about working in 3D is beauty of imagery being able to wrap around.
During the talk, Gerardo talked about how he loves how glaze violates the form. It will run and move on the pieces unexpectedly. It might draw your attention to something you might not have noticed.
The talk will be available online to view soon. You can view all artist talks on our website at www.craftinamerica.org/talks