Student work includes a variety of 2D and 3D art, including drawing, painting, pastels, mixed media, photography, digital art, ceramics, and sculpture.
The Blue Ridge Potters Guild Student Pottery Show in Honor of Jessie Rusinko
March 27-April 6
Awards Ceremony April 6, noon to 2 pm
The Blue Ridge Potters Guild presents the first Juried Student Pottery-only show in Southwest Virginia. The show will feature pottery by students from Salem High School, Patrick Henry High School, Lord Botetourt High School, Northside High School, Auburn High School, Lucy Addison Middle School, Andrew Lewis Middle School, and one student is home schooled. The show will be judged by Jane Paul Angelhart from Charlottesville, VA. She is an artist and teacher with a background in a variety of visual arts, including ceramics. Awards will be presented by Steve Mitchell, a long time member of the Guild who originated this show. The Blue Ridge Potters Guild thanks the Salem Museum for hosting this show, the businesses that helped with sponsorship and prizes, the students who have entered and the teachers who encouraged them, and the community of patrons who support the arts. They also thank the Rusinko Family, and others, who continue to donate to the Jessie Rusinko Memorial Fund which makes this show possible.
Student work includes a variety of 2D and 3D art. Join these talented students for the Opening Reception on April 16!