Next month,one may anticipate that potter Sue Baum will have some pottery ginger bread houses ready for the holiday season. Right now, she has tiny birds in the Lee Arts Center Mini Gallery exhibit. They are cute.
Here is a neat description of Sue Baum.
“Sue Baum a D.C. resident since 1996, grew up and raised her family in the suburbs of St. Louis, Missouri. Just 5 years ago, after finishing several fascinating careers, Baum began dabbling in clay at a local community center; now, she is a full blown clay addict and studies each summer at one or more of the famed east coast Craft Schools (Arrowmont, Penland, Haystack, and Shakerag), in addition to taking workshops at Baltimore Clayworks, The Art League (Alexandria) and yes, around the world, in Yi Xing, China.”
(See the slide show.)
Susan Elliott often produces amazing planters. See the story reference from last year.
Right now, she has on exhibit at the Mini Gallery a “Seabird and a frog.” That piece is visually striking and a most interesting composition.
Lee Arts Center
5722 Lee Hwy, Arlington, VA 22207