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Wood-fired pottery is an ancient and utilitarian art form that’s been appreciated by humans for hundreds. But with the advent of electric and gas kilns, the use of the wood kiln has become all that more rare and fascinating.

TEAplusART is shining some light on the very under-appreciated art of wood-fired pottery, showcasing a wide array of pottery and clay works, all curated by Jeff Forster of Houston’s Glassell School.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 30.

Wood-fired pottery is an ancient and utilitarian art form that’s been appreciated by humans for hundreds. But with the advent of electric and gas kilns, the use of the wood kiln has become all that more rare and fascinating.

TEAplusART is shining some light on the very under-appreciated art of wood-fired pottery, showcasing a wide array of pottery and clay works, all curated by Jeff Forster of Houston’s Glassell School.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 30.

Wood-fired pottery is an ancient and utilitarian art form that’s been appreciated by humans for hundreds. But with the advent of electric and gas kilns, the use of the wood kiln has become all that more rare and fascinating.

TEAplusART is shining some light on the very under-appreciated art of wood-fired pottery, showcasing a wide array of pottery and clay works, all curated by Jeff Forster of Houston’s Glassell School.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 30.

WHEN

WHERE

TEA+ART
613 1/2 W. 19th St.
Houston, TX 77008
http://teaplusart.com/upcoming-shows/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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