A New Exhibition Of Ceramic Sculpture Titled: “Storytelling,” Opens At The Obsidian Gallery Saturday February 4.by Charles Spillar on Feb. 01, 2012, under arts, Tucson Art
The exhibition features works by Debra Fritts, George Penaloza and Cheryl Tall. The Artist’s Reception will be this Saturday, February 4, 2012 from 6PM to 9PM.
George Penaloza gives voice to his creativity through ceramic sculpture that is inspired by fantasy movies and special effects design. His sculpture gives life to what exists within his heart and imagination.
Cheryl Tall’s figurative sculptures focus on the relationships between people and their surroundings, especially their homes or workplaces. Her works are coil-built and are inspired by her personal experiences of travel and a study of mythology and primitive art.
Debra Fritts has achieved national recognition for her one-of-a-kind ceramic sculptures which are hand-built and multiple fired with a painterly glazed surface. Her work is a continuous story of awareness and the celebration of daily living.
What I consider one of Tucson’s finest galleries, is now located in The Historic Depot at 410 N. Toole Avenue, # 120. Enter through the double green doors in the middle of the building.
410 N. Toole Avenue, #120
Tucson, Arizona 85701