Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Nature Art Gallery Number Four at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

Insect plate by Samantha Henneke
We delivered our work yesterday to the Museum of Natural Sciences. Around 60 pieces will be on exhibit during the month of October in the Nature Art Gallery. The Nature Art Gallery is located on the mezzanine level in the Museum Store. We love this museum. It is worth the visit.   I will post images soon on our fickr site of the work that we have on display in the Nature Art Gallery. 

There is an exhibition that is on display in a large rectangular room on the second floor called, "Our Expanding Oceans: The Blending of Art and Science"
"The exhibit explores the major elements of global climate change, from melting ice to rising seas, and features more than 50 hand-dyed silk batiks depicting aerial, satellite and conceptual perspectives of our environment." 
Fish Shino Plate by Bruce Gholson

3 comments:

Shelley Whiting said...

These are some elegant and impressive ceramics. I Love the textures and the designs.

Patricia Griffin said...

Love the insect images on your pieces. I've been working on series of "woodcut" style etchings of insects on my pottery. The more I look at "bugs," the more I am enthralled. Your pieces are beautiful.

Patricia Griffin said...

Love the insect images on your pieces. I've been working on series of "woodcut" style etchings of insects on my pottery. The more I look at "bugs," the more I am enthralled. Your pieces are beautiful.