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October 2011 Newsletter

Indigo Street Pottery Newsletter

Welcome to our monthly newsletter! It is part of our website indigostreetpottery.com , which you can browse from this page if you click on the subjects in the header. We write here about our studio, arts events, projects, studios of our friends, garden musings, and whatever else strikes our fancy. Hope you enjoy it!



August 13, 2011: 2011 Annual Art Auction, Anderson Ranch Art Center, Snowmass, Colorado www.andersonranch.org


May of 2012: Jeff Reich and Farraday Newsome, 2-person exhibition, Plinth Gallery, Denver, Colorado http://plinthgallery.com/

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August 2018 Newsletter

Indigo Street Studio Newsletter

Welcome to our monthly newsletter! It is part of our website indigostreetpottery.com, which you can browse from this page if you click on the subjects in the header. We write here about our studio, arts events, projects, and garden.

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1. Indigo Street Studio Calendar


2. Seventh Annual Five15 to the Fifth Invitational Exhibition, Five15 Arts @ Chartreuse, Phoenix, Arizona


3. La Mesa: A Garden Party, Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico


4. Jeff Reich Sculpture Entering Collection of Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, Minnesota


5. Phoenix New Times Article by Lynn Trimble: “25 Women Artists You Need to Know in Phoenix”


4. Terry Siebert Studio Visit, Bainbridge Island, Washington


5. Jeff Reich Runs Cascade Series Marathon in Snoqualmie, Washington

August 26, 2017 - Summer 2018: A Shared Passion, Phoenix Airport Museum, T-4 Level 2, Phoenix, Arizona


July and August, 2018: Seventh Annual Five15 to the Fifth Invitational Exhibition, Five15 Arts @ Chartreuse, Phoenix, Arizona


July 6 - August 3, 2018: La Mesa: A Garden Party, Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico

“Seventh Annual Five15 to the Fifth Invitational”, Phoenix, AZ

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“La Mesa: A Garden Party”

Santa Fe Clay

Santa Fe, New Mexico

We visited ceramic artist Terry Siebert while we were in Seattle recently. In the photo above we are in Terry’s beautiful farmhouse on Bainbridge Island. It was a memorable treat to have tea and homemade cake served on her beautiful maiolica pottery! 

photo credit: Terry Siebert

These four place settings by Farraday Newsome are included in Santa Fe Clay’s current group show La Mesa: A Garden Party, featuring dinnerware and table top ceramic art. https://santafeclay.com


Where: Santa Fe Clay Gallery, Santa Fe, NM  87501

When: July 6 - August 3, 2018



           

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“25 Women Artists  You Need to Know in Phoenix”

by Lynn Trimble, Phoenix New Times

Jeff Reich and Farraday Newsome are in the current exhibition Seventh Annual Five15 to the Fifth Invitational at Five15 Arts@Chartreuse. Each of the cooperative gallery’s nine members invited five other artists to participate. We were invited by co-op member Susan Risi.

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Where: Five15 Arts@Chartreuse, 1301 NW Grand Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85007

When: Openings - Phoenix First Fridays, July 6 and August 3, 6-10pm

            Receptions - Phoenix Third Fridays, July 20 and August 17, 6-10pm

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Terry Siebert Studio Visit

Bainbridge Island, Washington

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Jeff Reich Runs the Cascade Series Super Marathon in Snoqualmie, Washington

Farraday Newsome was honored to be included in this slideshow- style article by Lynn Trimble, arts writer for the Phoenix New Times newspaper..To see all twenty-five artists: Click here


25 Women Artists You Need to Know in Metro Phoenix

BY LYNN TRIMBLE

THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2018 AT 8:18 A.M.

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Jeff Reich Sculpture  Entering the Collection of  Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, MN

This sculpture by Jeff Reich, Interwoven Fields series, stoneware, 2009, was recently added to the permanent collection of the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota, Duluth, Minnesota.  http://www.d.umn.edu/tma/

We visited the Twin Peaks diner as well, its “Damn good cherry pie!” made famous by special Agent Dale Cooper, played by Kyle MacLachlan. MacLachlan, in the photo above, is being served coffee by his storyline love interest, Annie, played by Heather Graham. The original diner, Twede’s Cafe in real life, is still in business and located in the nearby town of North Bend.

The race went through Snoqualmie, Washington, the setting for the 1991 hit TV series Twin Peaks, directed by David Lynch. Snoqualmie Falls and the cliffside lodge were used as the location for the show’s exterior lodge scenes. There is a hydroelectric plant built into the rocks behind the falls providing power to the region. Fortunately, the height of the natural water drop is sufficient to produce power, which made building a dam unnecessary.

We were recently in Washington state and had the good fortune to visit ceramic artist Terry Siebert at her home studio on Bainbridge Island, a half-hour ferry ride from downtown Seattle.

Terry and her architect husband have lovingly restored a farm house originally built in 1901 by two Norwegian brothers. Terry is known for her beautiful, botanically-inspired maiolica. She is represented by Lacoste Gallery in Concord, Massachusetts and featured in Matthias Ostermann’s book The New Maiolica.

The base portion of one of Siebert’s tulipieres in front of a sketch, plus cups!

This is the exterior of Terry’s studio, which she and her architect husband added by raising the original house and creating a new first floor. The wall of windows lets in ample natural light.

Terry Siebert’s bisqueware and an old school clock.

The showroom foyer at the entrance to the studio has a fantastic display of Siebert’s work.

Terry treated us to tea using her exquisite dishes. The tulipier held flowers from her garden and the pretty bowl was full of Ranier cherries from a neighbor’s tree. All in all, an unforgettable visit!

Arts writer Lynn Trimble used this photo of Farraday’s Unseen Driftt, photographed at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, for the article.

Jeff Reich and fellow runners await the start of the Cascade Series Super Marathon. The race was run on Iron Horse Trail, a former train track converted into a terrific, gently-graded Cascade Mountains trail. The weather was perfect for a marathon, cool and not too sunny. Jeff finished with a 3-minute personal record!

Jeff approaching the finish line, looking strong after 26.2 miles!

This photo was taken during the show’s recent “Third Friday Reception”. Farraday Newsome’s black-and-white Moonlight Garden Teapot is in the foreground, at right. 

Jeff Reich, in blue shirt, is in the show with his boxy wall tile Cloud Drift, photo below.

Jeff Reich and his stoneware wall piece Cloud Drift, 11 x 11 x 1.5”, 2018. There’s a close-up of his piece in last month’s newsletter. The sculpture to the right is by Kevin Caron.

Five15 Arts@Chartreuse co-op gallery member Susan Risi invited us to be in this invitational show. These are her black stoneware sculptures, titled Mini Spaceships.