Art on the Divide Gallery invites the public to view the ceramic vessels of Kay de Lange during the month of October.
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Her focus is on hand building vessel forms that are more sculptural than utilitarian. She uses pinch, coil, and paddle to shape the pots, and then tries to finish them in ways that will enhance rather than detract from the form.
Some pieces are burnished and sawdust fired and others are coated first with oxides.
Her most recent stoneware vessels are glazed inside but only partially on the outside.
Please join the artists at the Art on the Divide Gallery in celebrating de Lange’s accomplishments.
The member artists also invite local artists who may be interested in joining the cooperative to stop in and pick up an application.
The gallery is located in one of Georgetown’s historic buildings at 6295 Main St.
Additional information is available at artonthedivide.com or 530-333-2787. October hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday.