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Fire Clay Paint

Ceramics and Painting by

Roger Baumann
Scott Bartolomei Edmonds
Deborah Heid
Joel Brown
and painter Linda Winters

August 13 - September 5, 2016

Hudson Beach Glass Beacon, 162 Main St., Beacon, NY

Reception, Saturday August 13, 2016, 6-9pm

Fire Clay Paint

Four ceramists – Roger Baumann, Scott Bartolomei Edmonds, Deborah Heid, and Joel Brown, are joined by painter Linda Winters in a show of wood-fired ceramics and abstract compositions.

Most of the ceramics in the show were fired in Baumann’s anagama/noborigama kiln in Putnam Valley. This kiln, based on an ancient Japanese design, is stoked around the clock for four days, at temperatures approaching 2,300 degrees. Pieces from this inferno show flashing and random ash melt that can only be achieved from such a firing.

Baumann teaches art at EF Academy. He has shown his sculpture nationwide, and given workshops locally, in Japan, and at the Arrowmont School in Tennessee and the Peters Valley School of Craft in Layton, New Jersey. He has designed and built several kilns.

Edmonds, a graduate of Montana State University, looks to nature in his native Montana and Wyoming as inspiration for his porcelain pieces. He has shown his work at galleries in New York and Montana.

Heid’s carved, wall-mounted landscape series also finds its source in natural forms. Her work has appeared in local galleries and at the Peters Valley School of Craft. She works in her home studio and the Clay Art Center in Port Chester.

Brown, a member of Peekskill Clay Studios at the Hat Factory, looks to both Japanese and western precedent for his work. His work has appeared at the Clay Art Center, Hood College, Peters Valley, and Baltimore Clayworks.

Winters is a graduate of the University of California at San Diego. She works in her studio in Peekskill. Her paintings have appeared in solo and group shows in New York City and throughout the state.

Second Saturday

August 13, 2016

One of the most talked about new destinations in the State of New York, Beacon has established itself as one of the great arts communities of the Hudson Valley. 60 miles north of Manhattan, Beacon has been described by The New York Times as The Hudson Valley's most promising hot spot for contemporary art.

Second Saturday Beacon is a city-wide celebration of the arts held on the second Saturday of every month when galleries and shops stay open until 9pm. Gallery openings, music are just some of the ongoing events.

For a lineup of Second Saturday events go to:

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