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Previous Exhibitions - Armstrong's

Rimas VisGirda & Yu-Ying Huang
May 1 - June 30, 2010

Natural Connections
April 11 - June 6, 2009

Patchwork
February 10, 2009 - April 4, 2009

The Pomona Tea Party
December 6 - January 31, 2008

Jeff Whyman: Vitrified Existence
October 7 - November 29, 2008

"Glorious Glazes"
August 1 thru September 27, 2008

"Hands on the goddess" Don Reitz The current work of the legendary Don Reitz captures the voluptuous depth of fresh clay and the breathless intensity of fire in forms of comfort and wholeness. Evident in this grouping of new work is a masterful surrender between maker and material. The iconic Reitz “X” rests easily, gestural arcs swoop with wet and immediate gravity. These objects seem plucked from the state prior to sleep, profound yet incomprehensible, with fragmented content and startling familiarity.

"Peter Callas" Abstract expressionist painterly concerns and three decades of wood firing experience have created this meritorious collection of work by one of America’s foremost sculptors using the wood fire process. New Jersey born Peter Callas communicates his intuitions concerning nature and the human condition with sculpture, vessels and chargers in this mid career overview of masterfully wood fired pieces. This gathering of forms, fired in a wood fire process, is a profound pronunciation of Peter Callas as a star in American ceramics. Says Peter Grilli, President of the Japanese Society of Boston in the book, “Peter Callas: A Thirty Year Odyssey” The exhibit will remain through April 8th 2008.


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