Ke-Ra-Me-We: July Show at A WaterWorks Gallery

July is here! And so is our next offering. Keramewe means "ceramic artisans", the combination of function & aesthetic is so accessible within this ancient medium. 

"Ceramics is one of the most ancient industries going back thousands of years. Once humans discovered that clay could be found in abundance and formed into objects by first mixing with water and then firing, a key industry was born. The oldest known ceramic artifact is dated as early as 28,000 BCE (BCE = Before Common Era), during the late Paleolithic period. It is a statuette of a woman, named the Venus of Dolní VÄ›stonice, from a small prehistoric settlement near Brno, in the Czech Republic. In this location, hundreds of clay figurines representing Ice Age animals were also uncovered near the remains of a horseshoe-shaped kiln." - The American Ceramic Society 

Featuring just a few of San Juan Islands best (there are many incredible ceramicists here) this show highlights Jeremy Jennings, Lydia Schulz, Casey Reagan, and Seattle's Jennifer Fujimoto. The breadth of this show will appeal to everyone, we hope to see you at the opening on Friday, July 5, at 4:00 pm!

Starts: July 05, 2024

Occurs: Every week on Wednesday Thursday, Friday, Saturday, until July 31, 2024
Time: Wed - Sun 12:00 - 5:00

Admission: Free

Location: A WaterWorks Gallery
315 Argyle Ave, Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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