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August 2015 – Linda Garratt

Of Monsters and Myths

Come meet Linda Garratt at our First Friday reception on

August 7th, from 5:00-9:00pm.

Pottery Place Plus 203 N. Washington (adjacent to Aunties Books).

Call 509-327-6920 for further information.

Of Monsters & Myths 2Linda, a longtime member of the shop, says of her work:
“Stories of other times and places, myth and legend have always fascinated me. For this show I have embraced theses stories; creating free standing sculptures, wall pieces of winged dragons, mere people and other creatures of my imagination.

Of Monsters & Myths 3I use slabs of clay to build my pieces starting from the bottom, and working up. They are hollow inside, so I work by keeping the clay moist and soft enough to continue building upward, while letting the piece harden enough to hold up the weight of the work.
I studied under Bill Sage at Eastern Washington University and graduated with a B.A. in Art. I became a member of the Pottery Place Plus in August of 1979.”

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July 2015 – Anthony Gallaher

“I Dream in Color”

I Dream in ColorAnthony Gallaher, a long time member of the cooperative, is known for his beautiful sculptural jewelry, “Fired Elements”. He has been exploring mixed media two dimensional painting in his new body of work “Fresco Elements”. The Pottery Place Plus is honored to present his new works. Please come and meet Anthony at his reception, Friday July 3rd from 5:00-9:00pm.

Anthony GallaherAnthony says about his work: “My inspiration comes from history, nature and a real desire to appeal to the viewer by sharing my heart and soul with a surge of colors, movement and textures. I believe that art lives in the heart and soul of an artist, and there are as yet undiscovered avenues by which to express the labyrinth of creativity hidden within. I am color-blind and can only imagine the hues of green and red, peach, yellow and gray. I hope that what I can see with my heart will be pleasing to those who can enjoy the colors and personality of my work.”