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Five Ceramics Instructors in “Strictly Functional”

Oval Teapot Adobe with Hollyhocks by Blair Meerfeld.

On view now in Lancaster, PA, the 2015 “Strictly Functional” is the 23rd edition of the big, annual juried exhibit.

And we’re pleased to share that five current and recent members of the ceramics faculty here at The Art League are part of it! Not a bad representation, don’t you think? Susan CohenSusan Greenleaf, Blair Meerfeld, Allison Severance, and Joan Ulrich are all featured, and Joan Ulrich also received a Purchase Award from the L&L Kiln Company for her Nesting Soup and Salad Bowls.

Congrats to the artists on their beautiful, functional work!

Nesting Soup and Salad Bowls by Joan Ulrich

The 23rd Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National, juried by Matt Long, is on view through October 31, 2015 in Lancaster, PA.

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