If you haven’t been out to Sierra Azul Gardens to explore the Sculpture IS: 2018 exhibit – you are missing out! Check out this article about the show for some more inspiration to get yourself south county…
So grateful to receive this article in the Grants Pass Daily Courier from reporter Edith Decker about my exhibit ‘Where Art & Nature Meet’ at the Grants Pass Museum of Art in Oregon. The exhibit is up until May 25th, if you’re in the area be sure to check it out!
Adam Rothstein wrote a really thoughtful piece called ‘Fitting the Human Within Nature’ about the Environmental Installations exhibit at the UCSC Arboretum for the International Sculpture Center blog. Here’s a small except but click the link or the photo below to read more…
“Nature is inspiration to many artists. But while natural form has inspired generations of artists, today many are finding source material not purely within the plants and animals, the leaves and seeds, flowers and rocks that we think of immediately when we consider the definition of “nature.” More and more commonly, artists are drawn to the juxtaposition between the natural world and the human world.”…
Flip to the last page of your October issue of Ceramics Monthly (or click the link to read online!) the Spotlight article ‘A Path of Color’ about my Umbel Series Installation at the UCSC Arboretum for Art in the Arboretum: Environmental Installations curated by Susana Arias!
To learn more about the Umbel Series or to purchase flowers from this installation, click here.
After all of these winter storms the driftwood collecting on the beaches is plentiful and inspiring! Local Santa Cruz recently did an article featuring artists that are creating with that driftwood and pieces from my Rock Candy Series were included. You can read the article, Local Driftwood Artwork here and shop for the few remaining pieces from this series here. Enjoy!
Excited to be featured on the Art the Science blog last week. You can check out the interview and images by clicking the link below. Art the Science creates a stunning and informative collection/archive/educational resource of sciart and sciart creators from around the world. You can browse through their collection of creative finds by Creator, Works or Spaces. Enjoy exploring!Creator: Jenni Ward
If you missed the Studio Visit article in the October issue of Ceramics Monthly, here’s the full version:
Originally published in October 2016 issue of Ceramics Monthly, pages 26-29. http://www.ceramicsmonthly.org. Copyright, The American Ceramic Society. Reprinted with permission.