Seeing Red @ Red Lodge Clay Center

Opening Reception November 6, 2015, 5-7 PM Exhibition

Exhibition Posted Online: November 9, 2015, by 10 AM Mountain Time

Seeing Red will feature the artwork of nine artists all working with
earthenware and red clay as their chosen material. Earthenware has had a
strong presence throughout the history of ceramics and continues to be a
desired material to work in, for both sculpture and functional
artworks. The invited artists for this exhibition will show everyone
how they see their visions of red and we could not be more excited to
have the Loft Gallery turned into a sea of red!

Artists included in the exhibition: Molly Anne Bishop, Jeremy Randall,
Tammy Marinuzzi, Matt Repsher, Kip O’Krongly, Miriam Griffin, Donna
Flanery, Justin Rothshank, and Arthur Halverson.

GCSC Ceramics Symposium – Figurative Clay

We are excited to announce the first annual GCSC Ceramics Symposium.
The symposium will be held at Gulf Coast State College in Panama City,
Florida from March 6-8, 2015. This
year’s focus will be on the figure in clay. There will be three days of
presentations, demonstrations and panel discussions. Presenting artists
are Pavel Amromin, Liz Bryant, Tammy Marinuzzi, Beau Raymond, Derek
Reeverts, and Meghan Sullivan. Panama City is located on the Gulf of
Mexico in beautiful Northwest Florida and is a great place to visit in
early March.

Visit to learn more about this event and how to register.

Tammy Marinuzzi and Within:Without @ Red Lodge Clay Center for March/April

Tammy Marinuzzi
Secret Jars: About two years ago I had an idea for a show focused on secrets.

I was going to make containers for holding secrets.

The idea was born in the studio classroom, where my role as an educator
also made me an inadvertent gatherer of private stories. Students can be
so candid when talking about their projects, or sometimes, just in
casual conversation with their classmates. I consider myself a
story-teller, but I have never asked anyone directly to share a story.
It has always been my secret that I collect stories and make work that
is based on those stories. I have definitely borrowed information for my
work from my surroundings, especially my jobs. I have been a
hairdresser, photographer, caregiver, artist, and now an educator.

Read more here
Dan James

Within:Without is a collection from a group of artists invited to explore jars, keeping the unique history of the form in mind.




The curatorial statement is a must read. Find it here.

See the whole show and purchase work here.

Pavel Amromin & Tammy Marinuzzi Workshop

Saturday April 14 from 11am to 4pmPavel Marinuzzi:www.tammymarinuzzi.comLearn how to work fast and loose with slabs, express yourself with color and demystify the moldmaking process in order to expedite your creative process.Workshop fee includes lunch.


Sat, 04/14/2012 – 11:00am – 4:00pm