Part 1 of 3 of the Good Enough to Eat: the Fusion of Food and Craft series.   Food was a motivational font for craft from its earliest origins. Objects have facilitated and elevated the act of cooking and consumption throughout history, from woven baskets to clay storage jars, blown glass vessels and metal utensils. The…
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Browse part 3 of 3 of the Good Enough to Eat: the Fusion of Food and Craft series  This final chapter, Good Enough to Eat: Food as Medium for Craft, tops off this series of exhibitions focusing on the intersection of contemporary craft and food culture which will showcase art that is made of, or incorporates, edible substances….
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Part 2 of 3 of the Good Enough to Eat: the Fusion of Food and Craft series  Food is on our minds, saturating popular culture like never before and providing artists with endless inspiration. The second portion of the exhibition, Food as Subject for Craft, features work by artists who deal with edible subject matter in their creations, through visual…
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John Cederquist and the Art of Painting with Wood The masterful trompe l’oeil inlay work of John Cederquist is unrivaled in its visual and conceptual complexity. Cederquist creates sculptural and functional forms that blur the boundaries between reality and illusion. Collapsing perspective through a challenging process that entails translating objects into two-dimensions, his works self-reflect…
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Jugtown Pottery is featured in the ORIGINS episode of Craft in America. Jugtown Pottery, one of America’s oldest potteries, is located in Seagrove, NC. Vernon Owens, a sixth generation potter, has been making pots at Jugtown for over 50 years, having started making pots for sale at the age of ten. His wife, Pam, son, Travis,…
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Kansas City Art Institute Clay: Post Y2K Browse this collection of work from Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) graduates from 2000 to 2010. Kansas City Art Institute was featured in the PROCESS episode of Craft in America. The Craft in America Center in Los Angeles, CA, also hosted an exhibition of KCAI teachers and students work…
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Kazuki Takizawa: Catharsis Contained features the work of Los Angeles artist Kazuki Takizawa, who elucidates human emotions in the shimmering, fragile form of glass. Passion, turmoil, self-expression and mental health are driving forces behind Takizawa’s articulate approach to sculpture. Takizawa uses blown and shaped glass to shed light on the darkness that can overwhelm those who face…
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Mano-Made: New Expression in Craft by Latino Artists Consuelo Jimenez Underwood This exhibition is available for travel for flexible time slots. Square footage: Variable For more information, please contact: [email protected] A trio of solo exhibitions by Mexican-Californian craft pioneers Curated by Emily Zaiden, Craft in America Center Director Craft in America will focus on the…
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Mano-Made: New Expression in Craft by Latino Artists Gerardo Monterrubio This exhibition is available for travel for flexible time slots. Square footage: Variable Please contact: [email protected] A trio of solo exhibitions by Mexican-Californian craft pioneers Curated by Emily Zaiden, Craft in America Center Director Craft in America will focus on the work of three individual…
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Mano-Made: New Expression in Craft by Latino Artists Jaime Guerrero This exhibition is available for travel for flexible time slots. Square footage: Variable For more information, please contact: [email protected] A trio of solo exhibitions by Mexican-Californian craft pioneers Curated by Emily Zaiden, Craft in America Center Director Craft in America will focus on the work…
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