Transcending Traditions: Ohio Artists in Clay and Fiber
November 4 - January 8, 2000

Blue and yellow promotional exhibition postcard featuring two artworks

More than 80 clay and fiber works will be on display at the Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery, November 4 through January 8, 2000. Curated by Janice Lessman-Moss, professor of art, Kent State University and Judith Salomon, associate professor, Cleveland Institute of Art, Transcending Traditions: Ohio Artists in Clay and Fiber presents the work of six clay artists and seven fiber artists who question the traditions of their media.

Featured artists include George Bowes, (Cleveland), Kristen Cliffel (Cleveland), Rebecca Harvey (Columbus), Eva Kwong (Kent), Kirk Mangus (Kent), Kelly Palmer (Cleveland), Dorothy Gill Barnes (Worthington), Deborah Frazee Carlson (Peninsula), Nancy Crow (Loudenville), and Jo Ann Giordano (University Heights), with collaborations by Susan Shie and James Acord (Wooster), and Lilian Tyrrell (Ravenna).