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  • Customs and hot rods at Newport's car museum
    Customs and hot rods top Newport's bests list this weekend
    The Audrain Automobile Museum on Bellevue Avenue in Newport opened a brand new exhibit Saturday, June 27, 2015, with fourteen of the best "Customs and Hot Rods" classic cars anywhere in New England. This indoor 'autoshow' is open...
  • Ecotono
    Ecotono debuts 'smart' lifestyle products at ICFF
    Valli Italian Creativity’s multifunctional design brand Ecotono brings design furniture and lighting to the “smart era” with objects, according to business development manager Simone Valli, that “are not just wonderful but...
  • Up scope: What's happening at the Scope Gallery?
    Up scope: What's happening at the Scope Gallery?
    The Kiln Club sounds like a bunch of gardeners this time of year. Tracie Griffith Tso let’s us all know that it is springtime. She embraces the theme while promoting the “Spring Palette”. I can “dig” it.Here’s...
  • Japanese works on display this Asia Week
    Japanese works on display this Asia Week
    Flying carpets, cherry blossoms along the side of a mountain and all-knowing Buddhas are emblems of Asian art. They also happen to be images in the Japanese artwork featured during Asia Week, an annual arts celebration taking place this week in...
  • Kabuki
    Seduction is in the mind of the beholder
    Forget about "Fifty Shades of Grey" (book and movie), little more than lowbrow trash masquerading as modern erotica. Every culture has spawned erotic entertainment, perhaps none as diverse and artful as that of 17th Century Japan. People...
  • NY Ceramics and Glass Fair 2015
    Manhattan hosts three stellar art fairs this weekend
    In case you haven't already noticed, New York likes art. Contemporary art, ancient art, fine art, local art, international art, and everything in between. This weekend is a big weekend for the arts, with three fairs taking place throughout the...
  • Baked quiche
    Bowls that are way better than Martha Stewart
    The potters at the Torpedo Factory and the Scope Gallery are no pushovers. In an announcement describing their current exhibit featuring “super bowls”, they are going head to head with corporate giants like Martha Stewart and Crate ...
  • American Craft Exposition
    American Craft Exposition returns to Evanston with exceptional art
    Picture not just any ceramics, glass, wood or metal art pieces but some of the best examples made in America, today. Gathering the best, one-of-a-kind pieces in one place is what the American Craft Exposition is all about when it comes to Evanston...
  • Marcy Lally's bones
    Marcy Lally's bones
    Pieces of animal skull art are common in the Southwest but local artist, Marcy Lally, brings this art form to Kansas City with exquisite pieces she created using the skulls of deer, squirrels, elk and horse in her collection called "Skin and...
  • Talavera pottery in Puebla, Mexico
    Talavera pottery and tiles in Puebla, Mexico
    The UNESCO world heritage city of Puebla, Mexico, is a perfect example of Spanish colonial urban planning. Founded in 1531 by Spanish conquistadors as La Puebla de los Ángeles, Puebla's strategic location halfway between Mexico City and the...
  • San Diego Potter's Guild in Balboa Park
    Support art in Balboa Park
    Balboa Park in beautiful San Diego, California is overflowing with culture, education, botanicals and more. Included in this cornucopia of offerings sits a section of unique art in San Diego.Located in Spanish Village, in the northwest corner of...
  • Robert Mills House
    Historic Columbia to hold Galleries and Gardens: From Landrum to Leeds
    Pack your lunch and join Historic Columbia at the Robert Mills House for a special tour ofFrom Landrum to Leeds: Common Ceramics in 19th-Century Columbia, an exhibit of ceramics in the basement of the Robert Mills House.Afterwards, enjoy a picnic...
  • Far out ceramics from Far East influence
    Far out ceramics from Far East influence
    By historical accounts, some of the earliest pottery was produced in China and Japan about 10,000 years ago. The potter’s wheel was invented in Mesopotamia 4,000 years ago. Porcelain was developed in China 615 years ago. Europeans took...
  • Bold pieces displayed at the Ceramics Fair
    Bold pieces displayed at the Ceramics Fair
    This past weekend, the Bohemian National Hall played host to the 15th annual New York Ceramics Fair.Vibrant colors dominated the intricately-crafted pieces, which ranged from midnight grapefruit pink wine glasses to multicolored artistic vases,...
  • Zanesville Pottery
    ‘Zanesville Pottery’ an Ohio landmark
    Yesterday, I travelled back from a week of vacation in Ohio, visiting relatives. Whether you are travelling east or west through Ohio on U.S. Interstate 70, you will drive through Zanesville. Zanesville was the second Ohio capital before Columbus....
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