Exhibition > Past Exhibition
To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we are delighted to present a
selection of recent figurative sculpture and wall pieces by some of
the exceptional artists who have had one-person shows in Xiem Gallery
since we opened in 2003.
Stephen L. Horn / Bill Henke / Kevin Myers / Kent Rothman / Joe Soldate / Richard White
September 30th – November 19th
Curated by Stephen L.Horn and referencing Fire and Water, Pasadena Arts Council’s AxS 2011 festival, Xiem Gallery presents an exhibition exploring the theme of ceramic artists who surf.
||Stephen L. Horn
||September 30th – November 19th
||Friday, September 30th (7:00pm – (9:00pm)
||Saturday, October 8th (2:30pm)
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|In celebration of the richness of the local ceramic art scene, Xiem Gallery invited renowned Pasadena
ceramic artist and educator Stephen Horn to curate our AxS 2011 festival show. In response to the festival theme “Fire and Water”,
Steve came up with the evocative title Stoked! referencing the parallel universe of what he terms the “tribe” of ceramic artists
Steve’s take on the festival theme is quirky yet exquisitely pertinent to a local festival - while kilns and the stoking thereof
are areas of common experience for potters worldwide, the dual pursuit of forces of fire and water as defining elements of
personal expression, appears to be unique to California clay.
A life-long surfer and ceramic artist, curator Steve Horn will present his own work in the company of works by a group of eminent
ceramic artists who surf. The exhibition promises to reveal fascinating correspondences in the passionate commitment to form,
play, courage, balance and open-ended exploration germane to both disciplines.
|ABOUT THE ARTIST/CURATOR:
Stephen L. Horn received an M.A. in art from California State University, Fullerton, in 1975, and an M.F.A. from that same institution in 1996.
Since the late 1960s, he has worked his own studio and taught ceramics at several colleges in Southern California, including Riverside Community College, where he is currently a full professor of art and chair of the art department.
Steve also served as an arts commissioner for the City of Pasadena.
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