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Above - Works in progress by James Garnett  

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In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang describe how often opposites are complementary and connected - like hot/cold, black and white, short and tall, and functional/nonfunctional when working in clay.

Artists on Santa Fe Gallery's June show features resident artist, James Garnett, commonly known to work in the nonfunctional side of clay using the Japanese method of glaze firing called Raku.

Recent works will be exhibited alongside Garnett's new designs in functional ware including sake sets, teapots, and trays. Using slab construction, the wheel, and extruded clay he follows the intended rules of clean lines and form as often seen in his architecturally inspired nonfunctional vessels.
 
Additionally, new works in painting, jewelry, photography, sculpture, and ceramics by gallery artists will be exhibited.  Join us during weekdays and on 1st and 3rd Fridays for fun evenings. Explore two floors of studios inhabited by thirty artists working in a variety of media. Stop in and have a leisurely look at our fantastic array of functional and decorative art. Visit with the artists and see what's happening at Artists on Santa Fe Gallery!

 

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