The Clay Studio of Missoula presents:


Out of the Wilderness
featuring current University of Montana
ceramic graduate students

On exhibit March 2-23, 2012
at the Clay Studio of Missoula

Out of the Wilderness features ceramic pottery and sculpture by current University of Montana Ceramic MFA candidates, Dean Foster, Ron Geibel, Sarahjess Hurt, Suzanne Lussier, Randi O’Brien, Sarah Tancred, and Nathan Tonning.

As students of the University of Montana, the artists of Out of the Wilderness will share work that reflects the commitment of the University Ceramics department towards individual expression and experimentation. Included in the show will be a diverse representation of contemporary ceramics, including utilitarian and conceptual pottery and sculpture.


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Nathan Tonning

Probably Not
41" x 16" x 3"
ceramic

Nathan Tonning
Nathan Tonning
Nathan Tonning

Sarah Tancred

tumblers, teapots, teacups, Little Box

Sarah Tancred
Sarah Tancred
Sarah Tancred teapot

Sarahjess Hurt

Balancing Act
clay, concrete, foam
13.5" x 3.5" x 4"


 

Sarahjess Hurt
Sarahjess Hurt
Sarahjess Hurt

Randi O'Brien

Boxing His Shadow
earthenware, slip, plexiglas
28" x 16" x 23"



Randi O'Brien
Randi O'Brien detail

Ron Geibel

Lust
earthenware
42" x 10.5" x 5"

Ron Geibel

Ron Geibel detail

Suzanne Lussier

In This Room
ceramic
25" x 32" x 46"

Suzanne Lussier
Suzanne Lussier
Suzanne Lussier

Dean Foster

Axe in Cement
5" x 5" x 24"

Spiral Jetty Soap
12" x 12" x 10"

Dean Foster axe
Dean Foster Spiral Jetty Soap







 

 

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