Adjunct Instructor Exhibiting Ceramic Work

June 28th, 2014 by Amanda Pierce
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"Congratulations/I Love You/I’m Sorry/ Good Luck 1" by Tara Polansky. Image courtesy

“Congratulations/I Love You/I’m Sorry/ Good Luck 1″ by Tara Polansky. Image courtesy

Adjunct Instructor for Liberal Arts Tara Polansky has had a busy spring and summer exhibiting in solo and group shows throughout the country.

Polansky’s most recent works, including lithophane, ceramic, and porcelain art, are on display through Oct. 26 in a solo show titled Revelations and Withholdings at the Blair Museum of Lithophanes in Toledo, OH.

The 20th San Angelo National Ceramics Competition at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts named Polansky a merit award winner in April. Her work is on display alongside 123 other artists at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts through June 29.

Throughout spring and early summer, Polansky’s work also appearanced in The State of Clay 2014 at the Lexington Arts & Crafts Society in Lexington, MA; Small Favors IX at the The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, PA; Best of 2014 at the Ohio Craft Museum; and the 8th Annual Ceramics Invitational at River Gallery in Rocky River, OH.

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