Thursday, August 27, 2015

Patricia Maloney's show at Washington & Jefferson College Sept. 18 - Oct. 11, 2015

Patricia Maloney: A Child's Story


Sept. 18 - Oct. 11, 2015

Opening Reception and Artist Talk: Friday, Sept. 18 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Patricia Maloney, Washington & Jefferson College

This art begs the question, “What might this child have become?” Inspired by the themes of universal loss, abandonment and vanishing childhood, Maloney’s work communicates the story of the weighted identity of the life of a child who has experienced turmoil. Missing siblings, pain, fragility and resilience are tangible in the small-scale sculptures which combine techniques of decaling, drawing, under glazing and multiple firings of images on porcelain and earthenware. Maloney’s work asks the audience to reflect on the mysteries of loss in our social context.


Patricia Maloney is Professor of Art at Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA. Maloney received her MFA from Oklahoma University, Norman, OK, her MA from Murray State University, Murray, KY and her BFA from Louisville School of Art, Anchorage, KY.


Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Pots in the Park, Warren, Ohio










Trumbull Art Gallery
Pots in The Park
A celebration of Clay and Ceramic Art

2ND ANNUAL, POTS IN THE PARK WILL BE ON 24 SEPTEMBER 2016

Warren OH
Historic Courthouse Square 
-Across from the 
Trumbull Art Gallery


Join us for the first annual Pots in the ParkWe are looking for artists working in Clay/Ceramics. 

Space is available for Venders, Artist Demos, Performance work, or any Ideas that would include the use of clay as an artistic medium. 

It is free to participate and all ideas are welcome. 

Pots in the Park will take place in conjunction with the Historical Art Hop, downtown Warren.


For questions or to register please contact:

Jesse Wilson
Trumbull Art Gallery