There will be a raffle of some very spectacular pieces created by guest artists just for this event
Their work will be on display during the November 10th Community Meal at the Attleboro Y.
25 tickets will be $20, cash preferred.
Here are the guest artists and the raffle items:
Sarah Mott has created a set of eight sgraffito decorated bowls for the raffle. Sarah is an Attleboro artist who graduated from the Mass College of Art Boston. Her ceramic work has been sold and exhibited nationally and internationally. She has her artwork in a variety of private and public collections including the White House American Craft holiday collection.
Sally has been responsible for throwing over half of our bowl inventory plus all of the small thank you bowls for our glaze nighters. She is an Attleboro potter with over 30 years experience creating functional stoneware. She taught pottery for many years, sold and exhibited her work locally, and now works exclusively for charity.
She is donating a beautiful handmade colander and berry bowl set as well as a chip and dip platter.
Sang Joon Park
Sang Joon Park is a ceramic artist. Originally from Korea, he currently lives and works in New York area and attends many major art/craft shows.
“I started working on the bowl series in 2005. Before starting this series, I had never thought of the bowls as art. I can make beautiful bowls but I never thought a bowl was enough to encompass the expression of my life, my heart, my soul and my spirit. Indeed I have found that a bowl can hold so much more.”
Jay Montgomery of Attleboro will have 2 items in the raffle, a creamer and sugar set plus a really fun piggy bank!
Jay recently moved to Attleboro from Northern California. I am retired and I’m devoting my free time to my ceramic interests. I’ve been working with clay for 45 plus years, most recently working with Empty bowls, Attleboro.
Lindsey Epstein of Tiverton, RI creates fine, functional pottery and sculpture elegantly crafted to enhance your daily life.
She uses a variety of techniques to develop intriguing surfaces, including crystalline glazes. As an avid horsewoman, she also makes raku-fired sculptures that capture the movement and beauty of the horse.
Neal Drobnis of North Scituate RI. Neal is a graduate of Massachusetts College of Art and Rhode Island School of Design.
His sculptural and functional blown and cast glass work is produced in both one of a kind and limited edition production.
Boyan lives in New Hampshire with his wife and son. He was born in Bulgaria where he was educated at the Troyan Arts School and the Sofia Art Academy.
Erica Lynn Hood
Erica graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2014 with a BFA in ceramics. She has recently moved to Attleboro.
Erica works with a cone 6 ivory colored porcelain clay body and black underglaze. She utilizes wheel throwing, hand building, and mold making techniques when creating functional ware. Currently, she is interested in transferring her illustrations onto functional and sculptural forms. Her surface design is inspired by animals, wallpaper, nature, and ink wash paintings.