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|Pottery: A Retrospect|
|News Releases - Local Events|
|Written by Narveen Aryaputri|
|Friday, 27 July 2012 08:45|
Closing event :
"Pottery: a Retrospect"
The Art of
Richard E. Dailing
July 27th. 2012
7.00pm onwardsthere are several new pieces now in the gallery that are pottery with oil painting on them
Featured on the photo: "Out of Africa" Slip: ( thin mixture of clay and colarant) 15" height x 8" width .
Richard learnt the process from a Japanese artist : Toshika Takasu, who was touring local and major Universities in the US.
All the design is pottery. $ 125.00
Specialist in wheel thrown pottery of the artistic side as opposed to functional pottery.
With a career as an Accountant, Comptroller and Budget director of the Industrial Division with Deere and Company, he is a member of the Budget Executive Institute and National Accounting Association as well as trained at Augustana's Fine Art Department, and seminars at various major Universities and workshops with visiting potters, Richard's work has been honored and sold across the US and in many foreign countries.
Richard's love of Art has been with him all his life. His creativity expressed In his art brings Fine Art to your daily life, as sculpture to accent your garden and your home both indoors and outdoors. All creations are one-of-a-kind.
As Augustana he developed an Ash-glaze, named after him as Rich's Ash-Glaze which is still being used at the college.
Richard continues to create pottery as Fine Art.
Richard's retrospect is at
Phoenix Fine Art Gallery,
1530 Fifth Avenue
Moline. Illinois. 61265
Wednesday to Fridays: noon to 2.00 p.m. And 6.00 to 8.00 pm
Saturdays: 2.00 p.m through 8.00 p.m.
Additional hours are by appointment.
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