The medium of clay is a tremendously malleable and expressive material. This group of talented and inventive contemporary artists bring their vision and skill to the creation of stories and worlds for viewers to interpret and reflect upon.        – David Duddy, Curator

Artists featured in the exhibition include Marilyn Andrews, Bruce Barry, Ashley Benton, Ariel Bowman, Tim Christensen, Angela Cunningham, Holly Curcio, Rebecca Doughty, Lulu Fichter, Claudia Olds Goldie, Kathleen O’Hara, Andrea Scofield Olmstead, Francine Trearchis Ozereko, Frank Ozereko, and Jeanée Redmond.

Take a look at the virtual gallery, curator’s walkthrough, and virtual reception below!

Click the video below to watch the VIRTUAL Clay Has Its Say Reception!


Clay Has Its Say 2020
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CLAY HAS ITS SAY: Narrative Ceramics

Exhibition Opening:

October 29, 2020

Exhibition End Date:

December 13, 2020

In The Media

Boston Globe: A Modern Chapter for Ceramic Storytelling

Ceramics Now: On View at Concord Art

IN THE STUDIO by Concord Art

Take a closer look at some of the artists featured in Clay Has Its Say through these virtual studio visits. Learn more about the artists’ processes, and inspirations through these glimpses into their practice.

IN THE STUDIO: Ariel Bowman

IN THE STUDIO: Claudia Olds Goldie

IN THE STUDIO: Angela Cunningham

Interested in purchasing art? Inquire about work by contacting Sasha Pacek at sashapacek@staging2.concordart.org .