Local Artist Highlight: Jeff Ham Ceramics

by (Avenueforthearts)

Submitted 10-13-2023 under NONPROFITS

Living every artist’s dream in a bright spacious studio set into a gorgeous farm landscape, Jeff Ham devotes all of his working hours to creating stunning ceramic art. He fashions custom pottery in small order batches for Stoffer Home, a local...

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Heartside features clay studio artist market for July's First Friday event

by (Heartside Ministry)

Submitted 06-19-2018 under NONPROFITS

Through the Heartside Clay Studio, Heartside artists create pieces while learning various clay techniques such as hand building, potter’s wheel, applying glazes and stains. Heartside clay studio volunteers enjoy showing Heartside artists'...

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Staycation: Kendall College, Cook Arts Center partner for Spring Break Art Camp

by (Cook Library Center)

Submitted 04-18-2017 under NONPROFITS

Over the first week of April, a group of Cook Arts Center students enjoyed their spring break by attending a four-day art camp. The camp was held in partnership with Kendall College of Art and Design (KCAD). From origami to ceramic animal...

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Local potters to showcase art in Grand Rapids

by (rpontius)

Submitted 11-06-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

On November 8 and 9, the West Michigan Potter's Guild (WMPG) will showcase their work at the Cultural Center of St. Nicholas Church in their 30th annual show and sale (2250 East Paris Ave SE). “This show is comprised of potters who hand...

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Large body of work by two artists charts visual journey

by (DominicanCenter...)

Submitted 03-08-2013 under NONPROFITS

Dominican Center at Marywood Art Gallery is displaying the works of Sister Paula Mierle, SJ, and Sister Francetta McCann, OP, from March 1 - April 29, 2013.They have a grand total of about 50 works of art on exhibit; most are...

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Glance at the Past - Pottery Works

by (WYCE)

Submitted 09-26-2011 under NONPROFITS

John Lipzinski made a lot of pots in his facility which stood at the city limits of Michigan and Eastern in 1876.  He used an old fashioned hand press for flower pots and a more modern press for molding pots.  The hand made pots were used...

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