Unique artwork and ceramics will be shown at a gallery opening at 7 p.m. Friday at Petr’s Frame House, 2009 16th St. The show features the work of Darnel Row, Joshua Garret and Lili Vialacres.
Step into a sensitive poetic world, including fresh flower arrangements from Hawaii, with Darnel Rowe who will exhibit Native American artwork. In addition to his artwork, Joshua Garrett will have poetry readings.
Lili Vialacres lives in Montpellier in the south of France. Following Art School, Lili found her way and pursued in the art of ceramics and qualified at the School of Ceramics at Saint-Quentin la Poterie. Today she works at Matière d’Art an atelier showroom in Montpellier.
Lili uses the Japanese Raku technique to fire her work. This technique dates from the XVI century and was used especially to make bowls for tea ceremonials.
Lili produces small collections and all her pieces are exclusive. The bowls can be used as both decorative pieces of sculpture and also as daily tableware.
Her sculptures often represent dreamy faced feminine figurines, with kind and mysterious looks: bathers, busts with flowers or birds.
At the gallery opening, refreshments will be served.
The gallery accepts consignment work of artists, including jewelry, ceramics and paintings.
The current show will be ongoing from May 24-June 21.