May-Give-Away

Go to www.instagram.com/melanieshermanceramics   Instructions:1. follow @melanieshermanceramics +++ 2. like this post +++ 3. tag a friend in the comments below +++ 4. re-post this image +++ 5. make sure to include all captions +++ 6. tag me (@melanieshermanceramics) in the image +++ The winner will be announced on May 31st! Good luck!

“Progressional Currents” at KCAC

“Progressional Currents” Kansas City Artist Coalition Exhibition Opening: May 12, 2017 6-9pm 201 Wyandotte St, Kansas City, MO 64105 Progressional Currents is an exhibition highlighting ceramic artists that have traveled to Hungary in order to expand and challenge their studio practice at the International Ceramics Studio (ICS) in Kecskemét. These artists lived and worked together during…

Kansas City ceramic artists

Kansas City Ceramic Artists

I have recently moved to Kansas City, a place I love for its rich cultural life. Here is where I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Ceramics from the Kansas City Art Institute. As a ceramic artist, the institutes, schools, museums, galleries and exhibitions that take place all year long are constant stimuli…

NCECA | Artists mentored by George Timock: translucent porcelain exhibition

As part of her residence at the International Ceramics Studio (ICS) in Kecskemét, Hungary, Melanie Sherman had the unique opportunity of learning translucent porcelain techniques from George Timock. She worked with the most translucent Hungarian porcelain, used by the porcelain manufacturer Herend. At the ICS she also studied plaster models, mold making, casting, china-paints, and lusters with…