Sacramento artist, Tony Natsoulas, invites artists to participate and compete in works of clay in the second annual “Totems, Plates and Teapots,” sponsored by the Placer Community Foundation and Alpha Fired Arts and held at the Blue Line Gallery in Roseville.
“This show presents traditional forms in non-traditional ways,” said Natsoulas, curator for the exhibit. “Plates are presented as paintings, totems as contemporary sculpture and teapots as conversation and conventional use.”
The event includes an invitational selected by Natsoulas and a competition juried by Christy Johnson, executive director of the American Museum of Ceramic Art.
Natsoulas brings years of experience and was named by the Smithsonian as one of the top 100 craft artists in the United States, he has worked with and shown alongside some of the finest contemporary American artists of our time.
Totems and Plates has featured work by Steven Allen, Jennifer Brazelton, Mike Dickay, Kurt Fishback, Susanne Kubler, French, Ray Gonzalez, Don Hall, Evan Hoburt, Ellen Huls, Olivis Huls, Lanny Frank Kilchrist, Joseph Kowalczyk, Malia Landis, Alexis Moyer, Heidi Murray, Jeff Nebeker, Helen Plenert, Leslie Ann Rice, Bonnie L. Rollin, Sandra Simon and Robert Brady, Alfred P. Spivak, MD, Camille Vanden Berge, Peter Vaden Berge, Cindy Wilson and Wesley Wright.
“Blue Line is an amazing space for clay artists, collectors and educators to participate, view and enjoy the work of highly collectible and exciting emerging work from clay artists around the world,” said Blue Line Gallery, Chief Executive Officer Julie Hirota. “It’s so important to give artists the opportunity to share the work with the community.”
The Blue Line Gallery is located at 405 Vernon St. in Roseville.
More information can be found on the Website rosevillearts.org or by calling 916-783-4117.