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10 sculptors working in clay

Cheryl Tall, Carlsbad, CA
Gerit Grimm, Long Beach, CA
Cynthia Siegel. San Jose, CA
Angel Dicosola, Boca Raton, FL
Magda Gluszek, Panama City, FL
Misty Gamble, Kansas City, MO
Priscilla Hollingsworth, Augusta, GA
Maria De Castro, Fallbrook, CA
Ceil Sturdevant, Pittsburgh, PA
Nuala Creed, San Francisco, CA

Exhibition Dates: March 29-April 30, 2011

TAMPA FL 33611

Featuring ten women with a definite point of view, this exhibition highlights women sculptors who reclaim the art of storytelling.  They address contemporary discussions on politics, the environment, social interactions and personal issues.  Each of the artists in the exhibition focuses on narrative representation and figuration. Their fairytale depictions are reflections of underlying conflicts, which they explore through detailed, delicate, and meticulous work in clay and mixed media.

Here are images from the exhibition  reception 4/1/11.  Photos by Bill Wilson and Cheryl Tall.

Cheryl Tall, "The Phoenician Couple", 42x18x27" Gerit Grimm, "Karl and Ingrid", 13 x 6 x 6 in. Cynthia Siegel, "Tamper, Temper", 18"h x 14" x 10"
Angel Dicosola, "The Collection", 20" H x 10" W x 10" Magda Gluszek, "Fashion Victim #2", 21” x 17” x 10” Misty Gamble, "Nelly Has Scissors", 42x22x22"
Priscilla Hollingsworth, "Personal Icons", 9x6x2" each Maria De Castro, "Nesting Kildeer Teapot", 14h x 12d x 8w Ceil Sturdevant," Interdependent Balancing Act", 9 x 6.5 x 7.5"
Nuala Creed, "Child Muse 1 & 2", 42.5x28x12" Angel DiCosola, Cynthia Siegel, Cheryl Tall Angel, Cynthia, Mark, Phoenician Couple, Cathy Clayton, Cheryl Tall