Appaloosa GreenAmy Goldstein Rice
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This piece is part of the Wabi Sabi, Embracing the Art of Imperfection exhibit in the Main Gallery of The Folk Art Center.
“Find peace from accepting imperfection. As a clay artist I explore possible. Playingwith combinations of surface, form and fire. Through this exploration I stumbled across this overlapping of two glazes, iridescent black and clear satin glaze, whenthey touched the color became a wonderful green. Not my intention. The Appaloosa sat around my studio for some time; every now and then I’d add dots and fire again until I found the green to be just the thing an Appaloosa should be.”
- White earthenware clay; wheel thrown, hand built, altered, stencil and glaze decoration, overlay of glazes, fired to cone 04
- 15″ x 10″ x 7″
- Will not be shipped until October 10th, once the exhibition has closed
- Shipping and handling fees will be determined when the piece is ready for delivery
- Wabi Sabi runs from June 30 – September 30, 2018
- Made in TN
The Southern Highland Craft Guild opens its third exhibition for the 2018 year with Wabi Sabi, Embracing the Art of Imperfection in the Folk Art Center’s main gallery upstairs. It features 60 objects from makers of the Guild that showcase this traditional Japanese aesthetic of honoring the beauty of flaws. Works focus on juxtapositions of symmetry through gnarled wooden sculptures, rough textures in a wall hanging’s fabric, or a woven pattern’s simplicity.
Curator Nikki Josheff received an overwhelming number of submissions for this exhibition. “It has been exciting to see the membership’s enthusiasm for Wabi Sabi,” she said. “With our history of cultivating fine craft for more than eight decades, there’s often an expectation of perfection within our community. Our jury process is rigorous, and done through peer-evaluation to uphold a standard within a designated media.” Wabi Sabi encourages participants to let go of creative pressures, perhaps expectations of perfection, that may limit one’s imagination. Instead, it challenges makers to work with flaws, or other brokenness within their process.