SEILERS’ STUDIO AND GALLERY
A PREMIER SHOWING OF A NEW DOUG SWIFT FILM
10 DAYS IN CLAY
The film will be shown on the 1/2 hour from 5:30 to 7:30 First Friday, February 2nd at Seilers’ Studio and Gallery
Also, Kathy will be signing her new book
38 YEARS IN APPALACHIA
Artists of the Winding Road, A to Z, Curated by Michael Seiler and David Mitzel is an exhibit of 12 artists from the region of Ohio that covers a small corner of Appalachia which features a variety of artists working in a variety of media. Exhibit opens January 20th and runs through April 15th at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio in Lancaster, Ohio.
Curator’s Talk, January 20th, 2 pm at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio at 145 E Main St, Lancaster, OH 43130
Just released for the upcoming exhibition in Lancaster, OH, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio, The Winding Road A to Z, Kathy’s newest collection of poetry, 38 Years in Appalachia. The exhibit is a group show of 12 artists from Athens to Zanesville that I and David Mitzel have curated. This is a collection of her works written since we move to Appalachia. (We can hardly believe that it has been that long.)
You may purchase the book at Amazon.com at the following link.
Enjoy and we hope to see you at the opening January 20th.
At Seilers’ Studio & Gallery
Seilers’ Studio and Gallery is featuring the DAVID SCHUBACH BIG BAND.
7:30 to 9:30 this evening, December 1st.
There will be a suggested $5.00 cover charge donation for the band members.
Come dance and sing and enjoy a wonderful evening of music.
SEILERS’ STUDIO AND GALLERY WE ARE OPEN!
is hosting the prestigious Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics again from October 8th through November 18th.
Our hours are 1 to 5 every day of the exhibition.
You may see more at https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=zanesville%20prize%20for%20contemporary%20ceramics
WE WILL BE CLOSED THIS FIRST FRIDAY, OCT 6TH, IN ORDER TO GET READY FOR THE
ZANESVILLE PRIZE FOR CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS,
OPENING IS SUNDAY OCT 8TH 1-5 PM
INSTEAD ATTEND THE OPENING AT PIONEER SCHOOL