mo·dus op·e·ran·di ˌmōdəs ˌäpəˈrandē,ˌmōdəs ˌäpəˈrandī noun a particular way or method of doing something, especially one that is characteristic or well-established.     Cottey College P.E.O. Foundation Gallery 1000 W Austin Blvd, Nevada, MO 64772 Nevada, Missouri www.cottey.edu Cottey College, located in Nevada, Missouri is an independent, liberal arts and sciences college for women. It…

Two curators from different mid-west cities will collaborate together on an exciting group exhibition of noted ceramic artists during NCECA. Jayson Lawfer of Chicago’s The Nevica Project and Philipp Eirich of Kansas City’s Cerbera Gallery have put together a show of works by living and deceased artists that they consider notable and of interest to…

Melanie Sherman Cerbera Gallery Tea Bowls White Glossy Smooth Luscious Cone 6 Glaze

A chawan (茶碗; literally “tea bowl”) is a bowl used for preparing and drinking tea. There are many types of chawan used in East Asian tea ceremonies. The choice of their use depends upon many considerations. The chawan originated in China. The earliest chawan in Japan were imported from China between the 13th and the 16th century. The Jian chawan, a Chinese tea bowl known as Tenmoku chawan in…

Tea Bowls 2018

A chawan (茶碗; literally “tea bowl”) is a bowl used for preparing and drinking tea. There are many types of chawan used in East Asian tea ceremonies. The choice of their use depends upon many considerations. The chawan originated in China. The earliest chawan in Japan were imported from China between the 13th and the 16th century. The Jian chawan, a Chinese tea bowl known as Tenmoku chawan in…

NCECA Exhibits: The Nevica Project and Cerbera Gallery Present “10”   Two curators from different mid-west cities will collaborate together on an exciting group exhibition of noted ceramic artists during NCECA.  Jayson Lawfer of Chicago’s The Nevica Project and Philipp Eirich of Kansas City’s Cerbera Gallery have put together a show of works by living and deceased artists that they consider notable and of interest to the…

by Jim Barcus | March 1, 2018 Behind the shiny corporate façade of Town Pavilion in downtown KC, a warren of former office spaces six floors above street level offers an around-the-clock creative home to 32 artists. Ranging in age from their 20s to their 60s, painters, poets, musicians, performance artists and dancers experiment, interact…

College of Lake County Ceramics Department 19351 W Washington St Grayslake, Illinois 60030         Please join us for a hands-on workshop with Melanie Sherman: Friday, April 13, 1-9pm & Saturday, April 14, 9am-4pm. Melanie will be demonstrating china paint, decals, lusters, Kintsugi, and gold leaf finishes. Participants will decorate commercial tile that…

    LA ESQUINA Gallery La Esquina is a 2500 square foot, high-ceilinged, white box/black box, conducive to staged performances – dance, theater, music – as well as large-scale exhibitions and installations, video screenings, public programs and bigger events. The space is equipped with two 14-foot moveable walls, multiple floor and ceiling outlets, track lighting,…

  Soon after World War I ended, a group of 40 prominent Kansas City residents formed the Liberty Memorial Association (LMA) to create a memorial to those who had served in the war. They chose lumber baron and philanthropist Robert A. Long, who had personally given a large sum of money, as president. Others included:…

Our annual C Y B E R + M O N D A Y + S A L E is LIVE and we are selling all of our jewelry for a special discount through our website: www.melaniesherman.com. No need to enter any coupons or promo codes: every piece of handmade jewelry is $5 off! These Blue & White…