Ceramics September at the Turtle Gallery

Paul Heroux Folded Double Vase

 

Ceramics September at the Turtle Gallery opens Sept. 3,  featuring Sequoia Miller, Lynn Duryea, Paul Heroux and many others
“Anchored by the work of Sequoia Miller, Lynn Duryea, and Paul Heroux, “Ceramics September” is a superb showcase of some of today’s most brilliant and inventive craft artists. Hats off to the Turtle Gallery for devoting quality gallery time to this art form. Ceramic art is alive and thriving in Deer Isle.”
–Carl Little, writer and poet

 

Lynn Duryea, Insert, Wide #2, Terracotta

Sequoia Miller’s subtle glazes on 59 hand-built components of “Cityscape” are available to collectors in newly created groups. These lidded vessels were originally shown at the Bellevue Art Museum in an impactful single group. Lynn Duryea’s slab constructed terra cotta forms showcase her unique talent for serious yet colorful pieces. Duryea is a founding member of the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts. The Turtle Gallery will contribute 10% of sales from this show to
Watershed.

Sequoia Miller Cityscape –

A former instructor at Bates College, Watershed, and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Paul Heroux’s large scale platters and folded vases decorated with a patchwork of glazing techniques and graphic transfers show a dynamic presence of natural and occasionally controversial themes.Also included are clay works by Scott Goldberg, Sharon Townshend, Nancy Nevergole,
Lucy Breslin, Mark Johnson, Marcia Kola, Aby Milner, Katherine Hackl, Elizabeth Louden, Barbara Sullivan and others.

On the Walls in September…
Paintings, sculpture, craft, mixed media work, turned wood, blown and cast glass, metalwork, ceramics, and limited edition prints can always be seen online at turtlegallery.com. Groupings of work by Peter Kemble, Adele Ursone, Jeanne Paterak, Michael Weymouth, Holly Berry, Mary Aro, Rebecca Goodale, Treacy Ziegler, Gillian Pederson-Krag, Gene Shaw, Larry Moffet, Alix Bacon, Hub White, Karl Schrag, Jeff Loxterkamp, and others.

Open since 1982, The Turtle Gallery resides in a 1876 two-story barn and outdoor sculpture garden. The Gallery is located at 61 N. Deer Isle Road on Route 15, just north of the Deer Isle village center. We are open Friday, Saturday, Sunday; 12-5:30pm
through mid-October and by appointment. For more information, please call 207-348-9977. We are on Facebook and Instagram @theturtlegallery.

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