McHenry County College is hosting a student ceramics show, titled "Not Yet" through Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Woodstock Courthouse Satellite Gallery, 101 N. Johnson St. in Woodstock. "Not Yet" highlights a beginning to an end within the medium of ceramics, featuring recent works from students with varying approaches.
"In a professional academic studio class, MCC ceramic students are challenged through innovative assignments while learning new skills in hand-building, wheeling-throwing, slip casting, and decorative glaze application," said Tom Vician, MCC ceramics instructor. "The work in this exhibit features art that is abstract, sculptural, functional, and experimental designed to intrigue and inspire."
Featured participants are: Gwen Bartot, Deane Ferguson, Elaine Kadakia and Jerry Pajak, all of Huntley; Emily Brankin of Cary, Chris Lozier of Lake in the Hills, Mary Jean Deja, Hannah Henrichsen and Karen Zelinske, all of McHenry; Jonna Kivisto, Maryan Pelland, and Gloria Stewart, all of Crystal Lake; Peggy Griffin of Wonder Lake, McKayia Gracios, Cyndi Hicks, Margie Sychowski, Patricia Vollkommer and Anne Marie Whitmore Lenzini, all of Woodstock.
This is MCC's seventh show at Satellite Gallery in the Old Woodstock Courthouse that is part of a partnership with The Northwest Area Arts Council. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Matt Irie at (815) 455-8552 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.