This ceramic exhibition will feature Becky Gray.
The show will open on September 1st and will end on September 30th.
The figurative sculptures of ceramic sculptor Becky Gray provide a quiet place where one may reflect upon the narrative possibilities of the human condition. "The dichotomy within man mimics that of nature -- full of beauty on one hand and destruction on the other," notes Gray. "In my work, however, I endeavor to convey the inherent goodness within mankind, whether quietly masked or direct." Gray’s works are hand built; she uses thrown forms, extrusions, coils and slabs combined in different ways to create pieces that are sculptural and often ceremonial in nature. Her works are raku-fired with light reduction, generally sprayed with water and then put into hardwood sawdust to cool. The result is an aged, often stone-like or metallic appearance. Many pieces in this exhibition are new and have never before been shown.