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Previewing “Tabletop”

Creamer by Carolanne Currier, Yellow Salt Plate by David Flohr, and Black Teacup by Tony Wise.
Soda-Fired Creamer by Carolanne Currier (Huntington, PA), Warm Yellow Plate by David Flohr (Falls Church, VA), and Black Tea Cup by Tony Wise (Lubbock, TX).

“Tabletop” is coming!

Functional and beautiful handmade ceramic wares perfect for your next brunch or dinner party are making their way into The Art League Gallery from all corners of the US and Canada this June. Tony Clennell juried this exhibit of ceramic art that belongs on your dinner table. Plates, pitchers, cups of all kinds, and more will be showcased during “Tabletop,” opening on June 4.

For images of all the accepted artwork and an exhibit program with price list, click here. Meet the juror and join us for the “Tabletop” reception next Sunday, June 8, 4:00–6:00 pm. Clennell will announce the award winning artists.

Japanese Shino Sake Set by Hironobu Nishitateno, Loves Park, IL.
Japanese Shino Sake Set by Hironobu Nishitateno, Loves Park, IL.
Cover image: Scraggleware Teapot by Eric Botbyl, Humboldt, TN.
Cover image: Scraggleware Teapot by Eric Botbyl, Humboldt, TN.
‘Madeline’ Salt and Pepper Shaker by Molly Uravitch, Minneapolis, MN.
‘Madeline’ Salt and Pepper Shaker by Molly Uravitch, Minneapolis, MN.
Machine Adaptation Reliquary, Mezcal Cantaro And Cups by Trevor Dunn, Jacksonville Beach, FL.
Machine Adaptation Reliquary, Mezcal Cantaro And Cups by Trevor Dunn, Jacksonville Beach, FL.
Portrait of Larry Koopa by Shane McNutt, Toronto, Ontario.
Portrait of Larry Koopa by Shane McNutt, Toronto, Ontario.

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