Pots & Prints exhibit runs by way of July 21 at All Folks Arts Gallery

“Green Eyes” by Lynne Wise

An enticing present of ceramics and prints by a dozen artists is on view within the small and hospitable All Folks Arts Gallery, 1865 Parsons Ave., on Columbus’ South Aspect.

“Pots & Prints” presents practically 30 works — alternating the prints with the ceramics within the gallery set up — by artists each well-known and new to the town’s artwork scene.

Julie Byrne, whose quirky sculpted characters are acquainted to gallery-goers, has a number of items on this exhibit, together with “Icarus,” a sober, elfin man rising from a base of thick inexperienced foliage.

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Jim Bowling, an artwork professor at Otterbein College, creates narrative sculptures together with “Mo(u)rning,” a contemplative man sitting bare on an vintage doll’s mattress, and “Previous Imperfect,” 5 multi-colored, blob-like figures rising from an vintage chest.

The younger artist Asa Jordan produced the whimsical “Slider,” a small ceramic mug adorned with a picture of the title hamburger.

“Slider” by Asa Jordan

Established printmakers embrace Karen Campbell along with her colourful monoprint “Crossing to Security;” and Christine D’Epiro Abbott whose “Making ready for the Subsequent Day” paperwork a cluttered residing area (throughout COVID, maybe) in a largely summary presentation however with discernible family objects.

In Elaina Workley’s detailed “Analog Daydream,” snippets of city buildings and rooms in brown tones cohabit in a complicated print.

Combining collage and printmaking, Lynne Smart has created a luxurious portrait: “Inexperienced Eyes” makes use of layers of coloration and refined additions of cloth, thread and glitter to create the face of a fancy and interesting younger lady.

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