October Open Studio

Check out what the residents are up to this month. There is a lot of variety in this group. Meet and greet starts at 6 and artist talks are at 7 PM. Arrive early to get a good seat. Bring a dish or a drink to share if you like.

 

Tara Gilchrist & Caitlin Hutt

Tara Gilchrist  and her wife Caitlin Hutt have returned from Ontario to Elsewhere for October and November.  As a production potter, Tara is preparing for a busy December of shows.  She believes that creating outside her home studio stimulates greater exploration. These two months will be spent exploring with new forms of decoration.

Daniel Fonken

My shutter-clicking finger is calloused and stained a Concord Grape purple.  My Photoshop-mouse-rolling fingers smell of garlic.  Thus far my Elsewhere experience is following the harvest and seasons.  Oh, and my MAC computer is jealous of grandma’s Presto pressure-cooker!   

Meghan Burke

I plan to work on both functional and sculptural work at my time here at Elsewhere. My sculpture has evolved and morphed from only animals to animal/human hybrids, incorporating human components. Combining animal and human features exposes the connections between humans and non-humans. My functional work is very simple and geometric. The simple structures and shapes with a nature inspired color spectrum allow the viewers to focus solely on the function and clean design of the ceramic ware.

Jacob Minter

Jake Minter will be screening a video excerpt from Gaybraham Lincoln: The Musical, which recently received the Best Score award and a nomination for Best Show at the Thespis Festival, Off-Broadway. It is not appropriate for children, but Jake encourages you to let them watch it anyway.