Event Gallery Show
BEACH INDUSTRY: 17 Santa Cruz Artists
BAY AREA CLAY A LEGACY OF SOCIAL CONSCIOUS
WE are people: serving notice
Bay Area Clay
Legacy of Social Consciousnedd
March 2, 2017 to April 1, 2017
Flux Capcitor: Stored Clay Engergy.
In the print room
716 NW Davis, Portland
Expressive Figure in Clay
Ju 25, 2016 to Aug 5, 2016
Create Expressive clay figures and learn a variety of new techniques and skill in the process. This workshop is prefect for seasoned sculptor who seeks a new prespective on the craft. We cover a range of hand building techniques and skill necessary to create small figuretive sculptures. The emphasis is no thoughful and interpretative approaches to figure modeling with a focus on composition, gesture and vivid surface treatment as well as individual direction and personal symbolism. We concentrate on the development of additional persentation strategies and the contextualization of these figures to further expand the narrative.
Studio Fee: $175
Registration Fee: $45
WATER AS SOURCE
MARCH 15, 2016
A mixed media collaboration. Two artist work togther. Artist are Stan Welsh and Margitta Dietrick-Welsh. Please come to the open receptions: Thurday, April 7, 2016. Time is at 1230pm-2pm. (Artist talking is at 1pm of April 7, 2016)
LUNCHTIME LECTURE: EARTH, FIRE, AND WATER: A PERSONAL JOURNEY
Wednesday, November 4, 2015 12–1 PM Free with Museum admission
Stan Welsh, professor of spatial art and ceramics at San Jose State University, will discuss his comical, terracotta heads, included in the exhibition Character Studies: Clay from the Collection. Lunchtime Lectures take place on the first Wednesday of the month at noon in the Charlotte Wendel Education Center. Visitors are welcome to bring food and beverages.
“Still Life in Ceramics”
August 27, 2015- September 17, 2015 Conley Art Gallery California State University, Fresno
“Still Life in Ceramics” presents the artwork of five well-known San Francisco Bay Area ceramic sculptors, Nancy Selvin, Richard Shaw, Claudia Tarantino, Monica Van den Dool, and Stan Welsh. The Bay Area is widely recognized for its significant contributions to the field of American contemporary ceramics. Since the 1950s the ceramic community of the region has been a frontier of artistic innovation within the application of the ceramic medium. In addition to their flourishing studio practices, four of the exhibitors have sustained successful teaching careers at highly reputable Bay Area academic establishments including the University of California, Berkeley, California College of the Arts, and San Jose State University.
“Stan Welsh Facing The Future”
September 10, 2011, 3pm - 10pm 20011 Bunny Gunner Gallery, CA
October 22, 2009, 11am - 3pm 2009 Cypress College, CA