FLASH SHOW & SALE
RUST, STEEL, AND STEAM: THE TINMAN TEAPOTS
In this series, Hendershot “explores the universal motif of teapot, reflecting our fantasies, our hopes, our obsessions. In doing so, [he] hopes to develop them into seemingly animate or living things . . . machines that might power up on their own and take on personalities much like their creators.” Come see how these beautiful creations live on a fine line between machine and organism.
Friday, October 17 // 6:30pm-9pm
free // refreshments will be served
Saturday and Sunday, October 18 and 19 // 12pm-3pm
WORKSHOP: LEARNING TO TALK ABOUT YOUR ART
- Saturday, October 18 // 3:15pm – 5:15pm
- Limited to 12 participants.
- registration required: http://writingyourartiststatement.eventbrite.com
Facilitated by award winning educator Jerry Hendershot,, this workshop will examine art samples to expand our thinking about how we can successfully speak about our own art.
Using an inquiry-based approach, the group will compare effective and ineffective samples of artist statements, and participants will then work to write successful statements of their own.
- After registration, Mr. Hendershot will email articles to read prior to the workshop.
- Participants should bring a laptop with images of their work or printed examples of their work.
- Participants should bring their writing materials of choice (laptop, paper/pencil).
FREE / REGISTRATION REQUIRED
All events at Surel’s Place: 212 E 33rd St // Garden City
ABOUT JERRY HENDERSHOT
An active potter for 15 years Hendershot specializes in wheel-thrown, altered, and combined thrown/sculpted techniques. He has lived in Boise since 1999.
His work is in many local and regional galleries; Gallery Five 18 Gallery shows his sculptural work, while his functional work is displayed at Art Source Gallery.
This year’s Teacher of the Year at Timberline High School, Hendershot has been teaching for almost 20 years, and has taught Drama, Reading, English, Creative Writing and, of course Ceramics in a variety of settings. He is proud of the work he does with high school students, , promoting clay and the appreciation of all arts to young artists and would-be art patrons.
Hendershot offers private lessons and classes at his home studio, Parched Earth Pottery, as well as through Boise Community Ed and the Fort Boise Community Center.