Apr 18

JET alum artist Laurel Lukaszewski featured in Washington Post article

Artist Laurel Lukaszewski (Kagoshima-ken, 1990-92) is featured in a nice article “Ceramics That Go Beyond Cups and Bowls” in Friday’s Washington Post.  The article focuses on how unique it is for an artist to be working with clay these days, particularly since it has nothing to do with bowls, cups and dishes.

Laurel has an upcoming show titled “A Fine Line” opening Thursday, April 23, in D.C.  Together with Noelle K. Tan she will be showing her sculpture and Noelle Tan will have her altered photographs and prints.

A Fine Line
Works by Noelle K. Tan and Laurel Lukaszewski
505 9th Street, NW Lobby
Washington, DC
(near the Archives and Gallery Place/Chinatown metro stations)

Opening Reception and Artist Talk:  Thursday, April 23, 2009, 5:30 – 7:00 pm
The show runs April 23 through early July 2009 and is open weekdays 8:00 am – 7:00 pm

For more information, please visit:  http://project4gallery.com/invitations/afineline/index.html

For more information on Laurel and her work, go to www.laurellukaszewski.com.

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