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See What These Artists Are Bringing to the Table

“Tabletop” is back!

This exhibit is an annual celebration of the table — breakfast table, dinner table, what have you — and the art we use that goes with it. Previously limited to ceramics, this year’s “Tabletop” was open to all functional art forms.

With jurying now complete, and installation set for next week, we have a host of art designed to be used on top of — or as — tables. Here’s a small preview. To see the full exhibit, and possibly take home your next tabletop love, come to The Art League between June 8 and July 3!

Nick Lammay, Oil Cruet
Nick Lammay, Oil Cruet
Melissa Yungbluth, Trinket Box
Melissa Yungbluth, Trinket Box
Maura McCandlish, Small Bottle
Maura McCandlish, Small Bottle
Marilyn Harrington, All the Stars
Marilyn Harrington, All the Stars
Keiko Stusnick, Autumn Leaves
Keiko Stusnick, Autumn Leaves
Julia Walther, Watercolor Swirl Place Setting
Julia Walther, Watercolor Swirl Place Setting
Joan Woodill, Funny Coffee Table
Joan Woodill, Funny Coffee Table
George Tkabladze, Side Table
George Tkabladze, Side Table
Christina Orthwein, Small Deco Bowl
Christina Orthwein, Small Deco Bowl
Barbara Warden, The Gathering 2
Barbara Warden, The Gathering 2

157 artworks were entered, and 46 were accepted by the jurors, McKenzie Smith and Kate Lydon.

“Tabletop” will be on view June 8 to July 3, 2016.

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