Find us and 20 other local, resident artists and craftspeople filling the green lot next to the gallery this coming July 22!
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It is a pleasure to have Doug Lawler’s “The Island of Za” in the gallery! A fable in three parts, told through dry point etchings, the series is inspiring, heartwarming, and thought provoking.
This Mother’s Day give a unique one of a kind gift. Tomoko Jarrell of Tomobi Floral Arts is back to help you “Build Your Own Box” or learn the art of floral arranging in her special workshop for mothers and daughters.
Most of us only experience art as a finished product. We never see the spaces artist exist in, or see first-hand, the decision process as a work of art evolves.
This is Anna Vaughan’s third time exhibiting for Abrams Claghorn Gallery. We are delighted to have her work for our group show, Body Continnum, which focuses on individual artist’s expressions regarding the body.
Garcia works with ceramics to record her unique, individual life experience. The small things that transpire each day, addressing contemporaneous issues specific to the human condition and she grafts them onto site-specific installations and sculptures.
Tomobi means “belong to beauty”…
In the next 10 years I would love to work for many designers that I respect and learn more about production processes in textiles and sustainability.
With our newest solo show, Enter & Escape, we wanted to delve deeper into the inspiration behind her Escapist and Shell Dweller series. In this video, recorded last November at Abrams Claghorn Gallery, she discusses the meaning and reasoning behind her artworks.
Until I started managing the Abrams Claghorn Gallery, I did not think much about ceramics, beyond the plates and cups I purchased at Target.