Matson poppy plate

Wildfire Ceramics Showcase A Celebration of Clay

The Clay Guild of the Cascades welcomes you to its annual show and sale in a new location November 4 (10am-5pm) and 5 (10am-4pm) at Westside Village Magnet School at Kingston Elementary. Because of the collapse of the gym at Highland Elementary during last winter’s snow, Central Oregon ceramic artists have relocated to nearby Kingston School.
This all clay show and sale features many unique and exciting art pieces for you to enjoy. The variety of ways to use clay to create art will amaze you. Artistic inspiration ranges from functional dishes for everyday use, to purely decorative items, sculpture and brilliant raku. Many ceramic pieces are thrown on the wheel, but others are hand built, hand painted, carved and stamped.
Clay demonstrations occur throughout the two-day event for visitors to watch, as well as a children’s clay area and daily raffles. More than 25 ceramic artists participate in this exciting annual show and sale.

ParryPitchers
David Parry, the winner of last year’s Functional Award, will have his colorful pitchers and mugs on display with their modern graphics
Heisserman cropped
Linda Heisserman spends hours carving intricate images on her aqua glazed vessels
Matson poppy plate
Wildflowers of the high desert are hand painted on bowls by Janet Matson
Murphey apple plate
Eleanor Murphy’s work features her one of a kind waxed designs of fruits, plants and more
Bommarito geisha
Helen Bommarito’s work often suggests an Asian influence

The list of ceramic treasures is endless. There’s much more to experience. You are invited to explore and discover the boundless possibilities of ceramic art at the Wildfire Ceramic Showcase.
Free admission and parking. Westside Village Magnet School at Kingston Elementary 1101 NW 12th St. Featuring more than 25 premier ceramic artists. Free raffles for $25 towards pottery purchase on both Saturday and Sunday.
Wildfire is sponsored by The Clay Guild of The Cascades.
https://clayguildofthecascades.org

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