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Posts Tagged ‘Ceramics by Susana Arias’

Finding our Past

Working on Finding our Past. walls on side of underpass off Highway 1 at Porter and Bay Avenue Exit in Santa Cruz, California. Clay and cement, Two walls each 110 feet long. 1996. This Sculpture won the Environs Enhancement Award from Cal Trans in 1997 and the Santa Cruz Archaeological Society Presidential Award for artistic […]

Working on Arch at the Polo Grounds

These are images of the construction of the Arch. It is in Aptos California. Created in 2004

Interview with Ruth Copland

Click on link below to hear interview with Ruth Copland with me about my work, art, and the art process. Interview begins at 52:30 minutes http://bit.ly/1dHS3Cw

Video on my installation of the Sailmaker exhibit at the Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz, California

Sailmaker Series

These are sketches to commence my new series of sculptures. The Sailmaker series

Ceramic Installation at Depot Park

Ceramics Then and Now

This is a web site that I created that shows my new ceramic sculptures and the ceramic works I have been doing for the past 30 years.

EDGE: Art on the Westside Exhibit

My studio is on the Westside of Santa Cruz, California. There is an exhibit of a few artists from this very artistically rich area at the Blitzer Gallery Home

Art 4 Art 2010

“Art for Art” A SALON-STYLE EXHIBITION FEATURING 30 ARTISTS Art for Art is dedicated to providing support for Santa Cruz County’s arts community as well as its artists by hosting exhibitions representing a cross-section of today’s contemporary art trends and donating a percentage to various art related organizations. OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, May 28, 5:30-9:00 ($5 […]

Making a Ceramic Tiles Chair

This is a step by step project on how to make a ceramic tiles chair. Beginning with the stucco armature, covering it with foam to allow for the 10% shrinkage of the clay, draping and sculpting the clay, cutting it into tiles, bisque and glaze firing the tiles and finally using thin set to attach […]