The place are you able to discover a mixture of clay, wooden, oil pastel, copper, porcelain, grape vines and garlic? Effectively, In case you enterprise out on Saturday, Nov. 16 to First Hill in York, Maine, all of your senses shall be set ablaze by the exhibit “ART & HARVEST filling the physique & soul.” Ocean Fireplace Pottery and Martha’s Backyard have collaborated on this exhibit to have fun the harvest with a plethora of pottery, wine barrel stave artwork and blended media sculpture.
Amy Clark attended artwork faculty and labored as a manufacturing potter in Vermont the place she not solely honed in on her throwing methods, however dove into the laborious work of actually studying the age-old technique to hearth with wooden. She has a wood-fired kiln in her again yard the place the porcelain bowls, vases, mugs, cups and plates undergo their closing stage, the hearth bringing life and wonder to each piece. She can have historically fired and wooden fired pottery on show simply in time for celebrating the harvest or Thanksgiving. Clark has had a store and studio in York for a full decade and has a following of followers who’re thrilled to see what creations are created from each kiln firing.
Steve King has been round wood boats, wooden body homes and, wooden, typically, his total life. In newer years, he has been making wine barrel stave tables, benches, peace indicators, candle holders and ladles. The white oak wooden is darkened on the within from the pink wine and the surface is lighter which supplies his items a really distinctive accent and patina. The earthiness of his creations are pleasing to the attention and contact. Come sit on the oak bench, maintain a easy dealt with serving spoon and expertise his newest artwork.
Martha Fenn King grew up working in woods, fields and traversing the Taconic Creek in upstate New York. She is a vegetable and flower gardener artist who combines wooden, copper, root greens and different media to supply extra summary artwork. Her newest assortment of copper waves on wooden shall be on show. There shall be pure artwork wreaths comprised of grape vines, garlic, herbs and wooden and her bountiful harvest of shallots, onions and garlic shall be obtainable for buy on the opening.
Come see potter, woodworker and gardener artist mix their pure creations at First Hill, 269 US Route 1 in York, Maine on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 2 to four p.m. for a gap reception for the exhibit. Refreshments shall be offered. The restaurant will open at at four:30 p.m. and is open Tuesdays by means of Saturdays. The artwork exhibit shall be on show by means of the month of December.