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Baked Goods exhibit opens March 10 in Northwest Gallery

Posted February 22, 2010
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POWELL, Wyo. - "Baked Goods," an exhibit of work by six ceramists from the Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana, opens Wednesday, March 10, with an artists' reception at 7:30 p.m. at Northwest Gallery in Powell. 

This is the third year Red Lodge Clay Center ceramists have exhibited at NWC, bringing together artists with distinct styles from disparate parts of the country. The show is a combination of functional, figurative and decorative ceramics that includes both wheel-thrown and hand-built pieces.

 

 

Carolyn Baginski ceramics
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The featured artists are Red Lodge Clay Center Executive Director David Hiltner and Programming and Facilities Director Markus Urbanik, plus four artists in residence: Carolyn Baginski, Nick Bivins, Eva Champagne and Kyla Strid.

Nick Bivins ceramics 
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A sampling of the works viewers will see this year includes a bluebird mobile, set of canisters, various wall hangings, bowls, cups, pitchers, plates, toasting cups and a tea set.

Eva Champagne ceramics
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The Red Lodge Clay Center exhibit is displayed through Friday, March 26, in Northwest Gallery. Located in the Cabre Building on the Northwest College campus, the gallery is open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays and Thursday evenings until 7 p.m. Admission is free.

Kyla Strid ceramics
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Baked Goods exhibit opens March 10 in Northwest Gallery