Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 12-5pm
Opening Reception: March 20. 6-8pm
INOVA presents the work of two emerging artists in their first major solo exhibitions. Lisa Selby pairs sculpted but unfired clay objects with found materials as she investigates the rituals and forms of domestic life. As the raw clay dries, the sculptures become meditations on time and transformation. Benjamin DeMott utilizes thin lines of extruded porcelain to build delicate, linear constructions that reflect the peculiarities of light and architecture in the exhibition space. DeMott will engage the details of INOVA gallery’s architecture with this new body of work. Presented in conjunction with the 2014 National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference held in Milwaukee March 19-22.