This display gave us the opportunity to share how working with ceramics in a community can help people to access their creativity and make new local connections. It showed the multi-stage process of creating ceramic FiSH: the bisque fired FiSH and the glazed FiSH (the second step in the process). This display also highlighted the incredible array of different techniques and approached individuals bring to the process of creating. And these FiSH are all are swimming well together, with their differences enhancing the exhibit.
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Judybeth Greene, a well-regarded local artist and long-time civil rights attorney, has come into her own as a dynamic, socially engaged and innovative art educator focused on supporting the vision and growth of her students and community. Her values and vision are part of all of her projects. Judybeth's artistic wheelhouse includes printmaking, fiber art, murals, drawing, painting, and ceramics, basic skills in animation and Photoshop, and a fearless ability to engage with any new media she finds necessary to complete a project. View all posts by Judybeth