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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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July 2017 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 and garden musings.

Indigo Street Pottery Calendar

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In this Issue


1. Indigo Street Pottery Calendar


2. Material Impulse: A Confluence of Clay Artists, GVG Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM


3. Queen of the Night Exhibit, Tohono Chul Gallery, Tucson AZ


4. Sixth Annual Five15 to the Fifth Exhibition, Phoenix, AZ


5. Farraday Newsome in Artful home


6. Indigo Street Pottery Native Landscaping


7. Indigo Street Pottery Kitchen Garden

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Indigo Street Pottery Native Landscaping

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Material Impulse: A Confluence of Clay Artists,

GVG Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

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Queen of the Night Exhibit

Tohono Chul Gallery, Tucson AZ

June 9 - July 23, 2017: Queen of the Night, Tohono Chul Park Gallery, Tucson, Arizona

https://tohonochulpark.org/galleries/upcoming-events/


June 23 - July 15, 2017: Material Impulse: A Confluence of Clay Artists, GVG Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Opening reception: Friday, June 23, 5 to 7pm. Artist round table discussion Saturday, June 24, 3 to 4pm. http://gvgcontemporary.com


July 7 - August, 2017: Sixth Annual Five15 to the Fifth, 515 Arts Gallery, Phoenix Center for the Arts, Phoenix, Arizona https://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/gallery/


December 2-3 & 9-10, 2017: Indigo Street Pottery 2017 Holiday Studio Sale, Saturdays 10am- 4pm, Sundays 12pm - 4pm, at our home studio

To celebrate the beloved Peniocereus greggii or night-blooming cereus, an exhibition in the Entry Gallery will feature the Queen of the Night in all her glory. The exhibit will include objects from Tohono Chul’s permanent collection in addition to artwork by talented regional artists.

   -from the Tohono Chul Park website https://tohonochulpark.org/galleries/upcoming-events/

Jeff Reich, Interwoven, stoneware,18 x 17 x 14”, 2012

Jeff Reich, Interwoven Fields, stoneware,

Farraday Newsome, Night’s Forest, glazed terra cotta lidded jar, 17 x 17 x 16”, 2015

Farraday Newsome, Agave Bird, Unseen Drift series, glazed terra cotta,

Novie Trump, Escape, ceramic, acrylic rods, steel, 60” x 60” x 24”, 2012

Ben Roti, Rubeum Arch, earthenware with terra sigillata

GVG Contemporary will be featuring Arizona artists Novie Trump, Magda Gluszek, Ben Roti, Farraday Newsome, and Jeff Reich in the upcoming exhibition Material Impulse: A Confluence of Ceramic Artists guest curated by Robert Michael Siracusa, director of ARC Contemporary Fine Art in Cottonwood, Arizona. http://gvgcontemporary.com/material-impulse-a-confluence-of-clay-artists/


GVG Contemporary is a gallery showcasing painting, sculpture, fine art furniture, and artist-made jewelry on historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is owned by husband-and-wife local artist team Ernst Gruler and Blair Vaughn-Gruler. http://gvgcontemporary.com



When: Opening reception: Friday, June 23, 5 to 7pm

            Artist round table discussion: Saturday, June 24, 3 to 4pm


Where: GVG Contemporary, 241 Delgado St. (corner of Canyon Rd & Delgado St.), Santa Fe, NM

             

Ben Roti, Iridium Tower, earthenware with terra sigillata

detail: Magda Gluszek, Can’t See the Forest for the Trees,, stoneware, underglaze, fabric, paint, 25 x 15 x 12”, 2017

Magda Gluszek, Can’t See the Forest for the Trees, stoneware, underglaze, fabric, paint, 25 x 15 x 12”, 2017

Jeff Reich (wet clay) and Farraday Newsome (glazing), Queen of the Night, glazed terra cotta bowl, 3.5 x 11.5 x 11.5”  This collaborative piece by Jeff Reich and Farraday Newsome will be included in the upcoming exhibition Queen of the Night at the Tohono Chul Gallery.

The group show Material Impulse: A Confluence of Clay Artists opens June 23  at GVG Contemporary in Santa Fe, New Mexico! The five artists are Novie Trump, Magda Gluszek, Ben Roti, Farraday Newsome, and Jeff Reich.

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We harvest garlic in late May when the green leaves have dried to tan. After digging them up, we hang them out in the arid heat under a tree to cure for a week or so.

GVG Contemporary, 241 Delgado St. (corner of Canyon Rd & Delgado St.), Santa Fe, NM

When: June 9 - July 23, 2017

Where: Tohono Chul Gallery, Tohono Chul Park, 7366 North Paseo del Norte, Tucson, AZ

Our Desert Cotton (Gossypium thurberi), native to the Sonoran desert, has also been in bloom. It’s closely related to cultivated cotton and is possibly its progenitor.

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Sixth Annual Five15 to the Fifth Exhibition

Farraday Newsome’s work can be found on Artful Home, an online gallery that periodically publishes and mails hard-copy color catalogs.  Click here to see Farraday’s page.

Our Guayacan (Guaiacum coulteri) is in full, glorious, blue-violet bloom. This beautiful thornless shrub is native to the plains and slopes of western Mexico from Sonora to Oaxaca.

We’ve been picking a lot of plums lately from our Beauty Plum tree. It’s a Satsuma-type Japanese plum that does well in the desert with its low winter chill hour requirements.

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Farraday Newsome in Artful Home

Five15 Arts Gallery has moved from Roosevelt St. to the Phoenix Center for the Arts Gallery. Five15 Arts Gallery is an artist-run, cooperative gallery. It continues its traditional summer invitational show with the upcoming Sixth Annual Five15 to the Fifth, wherein each of the gallery’s ten members invites five local artists. Jeff Reich and Farraday Newsome are pleased to have once again been invited.


Where: Five15 Arts Gallery, Phoenix Center for the Arts, 1202 N. 3rd St., Phoenix, Arizona 85004

When: July 7 - August 2017, First Friday opening July 7, 6-9pm; Third Friday reception July 21, 6-9pm, 2017

Farraday Newsome, Unseen Drift Through Immutable Clay, glazed terra cotta, 13 x 8 x 8, 2015

Jeff Reich, Agave Field, stoneware, 21” x 12 x 10”, 2017

We need to bag the figs before they ripen to keep ants and other small creatures from walking through the fig’s “eye”  to the inside, tracking fungus along the way. In this heat, fungus thrives and and spoils the fruit. Little taffeta party favor bags do the trick!