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Please come to the 5th annual Ceramic & Painting Show and Sale by our Ceramics Program participants: Laine Gifford, Holly Dickerman, Gretchen Mamis, Jae Ok Lee.

The show is at the Twin Ash Farm Barn in Sudbury, MA on Saturday – Sunday, July 18 – 19, 10 am – 6 pm.
5th Barn Show 1


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stateofclayCongratulations! to 15 of studio participants, who are juried into The State of Clay. The opening is Sunday, March 29, 3 – 5 pm at the Lexington Arts & Crafts Society, 130 Waltham Street, Lexington, MA 02421. www.lexington.org/LACS

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Recent Work

Recent Work


Allison Newsome teaches “Clay and the Figure” course at the Ceramics Program. She has an exhibition coming up at the Saint Botolph Club in Boston from October, 22nd to November 10th.

Opening Reception: October 22, 5:30 – 7 pm.
Jacket and necktie required
exhibition through November 10th by appointment

Saint Botolph Club On Parade
199 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Tel: 617 536-7570 
For directions http://www.saintbotolphclub.org

This year the Saint Botolph Club Grant enabled Allison Newsome to be artist in residence, and exhibit, at the Beatrice Wood Center for The Arts in Ojai, California. A film clip of Allison Working at the Beatrice Wood center can be see at http://www.virb.com/beatricewoodcenter/videos/43768

Allison Newsome lives and works between Warren and Prudence Island, Rhode Island. Newsome’s ceramic sculptures are in the permanent collection of The RISD Museum, the Newport Art Museum, Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama, and The Beatrice Wood Museum. Allison presently teaches “Clay and the Figure” at Harvard University and the Boston Museum School for the Arts. Her work can be seen at the Clark Gallery in Lincoln, Ma. www.clarkgallery.comThe Rosenfel Gallery, Philadelphia www.therosenfeldgallery.com, and is presently in a consortium project “All Fired Up” at EA Gallery in Port Chester NY. www.ea-gallery.net

Allison Newsome’s present work addresses issues of the environment and human interaction as our landscape and human psyche have changed from the wilderness to the agrarian, into the industrial / post industrial. Allison’s recent work explores fundamental, utilitarian, methods implemented on our land and water.

For the Saint Botolph On Parade exhibition , Allison has chosen to honor the work of John Singer Sargent who had his first exhibition in the United States at the Saint Botolph Club. She has collaborated with Sargent’s subject matter found in works varying from his 1878 Oyster Gatherers of Cancale (Sketch) Museum of Fine Arts Boston to his Alpine Series of bathers and rock pools.

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