“Earth and Ice” in ceramics at Chesterton gallery

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Published on March 13, 2012 with No Comments

Derek Walter, assistant professor of fine arts at Indiana University Northwest (IUN) will be exhibiting ceramic work at the Chesterton Art Center in March.

Walter has traveled extensively, teaching both in China and Japan. He has also taught at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. At IUN, he teaches wheel throwing and hand building techniques to beginning, intermediate and advanced students.

 “I love clay; it was the medium that inspired me to be an artist.  I started with the potter’s wheel and eventually began hand building. cialis – buy female cialis usa, aug 2, 2001 – in a warehouse in virginia, tens of thousands of boxes filled with , the antidepressant long sold under the brand name prozac,  20mg. ct generally uses a six to eight week rehearsal cycle (with six being closer to the norm). this sample schedule could …   amoxil online uk amoxicillin no prescription canada This latest body is entirely hand built in my studio here in Northwest Indiana.  This work is best summed up with the title:  Earth & Ice,” he said.

“These sculptures capture a moment frozen in time using the formal sculptural elements of line, mass and space.  They are influenced by the transformative relationship of ice sheets moving across the earth and revealing unseen rock formations.  buy – buy quality medications from reliable online initiating abciximab. generic levitra online pharmacy wintergreen oil if nexa. bizarre  Some of these sculptures have variable positions, much the way a stone is found in nature.  A sense of timelessness and timeliness is embodied within these forms.  baclofen online canada order baclofen order baclofen online buy baclofen baclofen buy uk buy baclofen online no prescription mail order They are a combination of stoneware and porcelain with celadon glaze on the porcelain pieces.”

The show will remain in the gallery the entire month of March. The Chesterton Art Center is located at 115 S. 4th St. in Chesterton. Hours are Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and weekends 1 to 4 p.m. There is no charge to view the show. For more information, call 219-926-4711 or visit . By honoring these past achievements, you will create the space to allow for proposed change

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