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Architectural Aspects Of Clay At Sherry Leedy

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George Timock
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Hungarian Herend Porcelain, Vessel FFF 2009 8.75"x 8"

Ceramic artwork is on display across Kansas City. Three installations at the H&R Block Artspace, the Belger Arts Center, and Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, celebrate the Kansas City Art Institute's 125th anniversary with work by faculty, students and alumni of the renowned ceramics department.

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Kansas City, MO – Ceramic artwork is on display across Kansas City. Three installations at the H&R Block Artspace, the Belger Arts Center, and Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, celebrate the Kansas City Art Institute's 125th anniversary with work by faculty, students and alumni of the renowned ceramics department.

At Sherry Leedy, three faculty members explore the architectural aspects of clay, as KCUR's Laura Spencer reports.

"Lay of the Land: George Timock, Cary Esser and Paul Donnelly"
September 3 - October 30, 2010
Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art
2004 Baltimore Avenue, Kansas City, Mo

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