Ceramic Art Gallery
Shadows of Spring, works by Mark Moore, Gina Freuen and Chris Kelsey
February 6 through 28
Join us Wednesday,Feb.18 for Ikibana demo. 6:30- 7:30
Join us as founding president, Ellen Krehbiel, Ikebana International Spokane Chapter #230, demonstrates the art of Ikebana, using the various ceramic forms we have on exhibit at Trackside Studio Ceramic Art Gallery. Ellen is the founding President of Spokane's local Ikebana chapter, one of three Ikebana Sensei living in Spokane and is an instructor of Ikebana at the Japanese Cultural Center, Mukogawa.
Presented by: Trackside Studio Artists: Gina Freuen, Chris Kelsey and Mark Moore
Guest Artist: Ellen Krehbiel
Doors open at 6:15
All Ikebana arrangements will be for sale at the price of the form they have been placed into with a 10% discount to attendees. Selected shelves of ceramics in our gallery space will also be for sale with a 10% discount to attendees of this demonstration.
Our mid-month, Wednesday evening presentations are free and open to the public.
Founded in 2006, and located in downtown Spokane, Washington, Trackside Studio Ceramic Art Gallery, is both a working ceramic studio and an elegant sales gallery featuring monthly ceramic exhibits.
The studio portion of Trackside is home to Spokane clay artists, Chris Kelsey and Mark Moore. The Trackside Gallery provides a space to exhibit their work and that of exhibiting partner Gina Freuen. Several shows during the year feature other ceramic artists on an invitational basis. (See Galley Calendar) Trackside is proud to represent professional quality, functional pottery, sculpture and art objects, all hand made, one of a kind and highly collectible.