March 16 – April 18, 2018.
Artist Reception: Friday, March 16 , 5 until 7PM
Featuring the work of these fine woodworking artists:
Tom Blanton * Tom Denne * Pam Dergins * Alan Darveaux * John Ferguson * Mark Freeman
Mark Kastner * Don Olsen * Eleanor Richards
Oak Hill Iron
Burke County Senior Center Woodworkers Class
Students of WPCC, Professional Crafts Wood Program, under the direction of John Ferguson. WPCC’s Professional Crafts provides individuals with traditional values of fine craftsmanship, creative design, and an entrepreneurial spirit for a small woodworking enterprise. The coursework includes a strong emphasis on creative thinking and problem solving. Through the College’s Continuing Education Program, students are working in teams to learn how best to apply CNC router and machining technology to the traditional woodworking discipline. www.wpcc.edu
Students of WPCC, Professional Clay Program, under the direction of Courtney Long. WPCC’s Professional Crafts: Beginner to advanced pottery students will showcase a collection of wheel thrown and hand-built drinking vessels and bowls. Students work in an array of styles, shapes, and surface treatments dependent on their personal research and aesthetic. The exhibition offers students practical experience in preparing and installing a public exhibition. www.wpcc.edu
“These Trees”, Photography By Ruthie Rosauer will be on display. Ruthie has created a beautiful sanctuary of tree images formed from the intersections of root, trunk and branch with earth and sky. Ruthie will be on hand to sign copies of her book of the same title. “These Trees”, which was published by Rose River Press in June 2017. It is a collection of Ruthie’s tree photographs as well as 25 poems.