Door County artists Rebecca Carlton and Tony Staroska announce the opening reception of Memories of Door County with a summer ice cream social at Juddville Contemporary Clay Studio Gallery on July 20 from 4 – 7 pm.
The breathtaking rocky shoreline of water’s edge along with the dramatic wind-worn bluffs and cliffs of Door County are the subjects of Staroska’s new series of decorative vessels, “Memories of Door County.” Each vessel is wheel thrown with added surface clay to create the richly textured and carved landscapes. Vibrant cobalt blues represent sky and water and are in contrast to the whites and creams of the bluffs and land formations. An additional surprise of a pebbled textured surface has been created with the salt firing process.
Juddville Clay specializes in contemporary ceramic art. At the gallery are outdoor monolithic sculptures for home and garden, Door County Tile Collections, tile murals and decorative vessels. Life-size bronze male sculptures are the newest additions to the gallery.
Juddville Clay welcomes working with clients on commissioned, site-specific artwork for home or business.
Juddville Contemporary Clay Studio Gallery is located at 8496 Highway 42 in Juddville, in the blue schoolhouse across the street from Emerson Chiropractic. The gallery is open 10 am to 5 pm daily.