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“Ceramic Creations: Featuring Brian Evans & Dianne Evans” Exhibit

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Date(s) - 08/17/2023 - 10/01/2023
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Art in Bloom Gallery


Ceramic Works by Brian Evans and Dianne Evans

This new exhibit celebrates the 3 dimensional ceramic work art of Brian Evans and Dianne Evans.

Stay tuned to preview the work that will be available.

On view along with this exhibit we will be also featuring the new exhibit “Hearts & Souls: Pastel Paintings by  Jeri Greenberg   accompanied by our photography feature, David Norris.  These new shows will be on view from August 17 – October 1, 2023, with an opening reception on Sunday, August 20th, from 2-5pm featuring live music by solo jazz guitar, Roger Davis!

About the Artists

Brian Evans‘ work conveys inspiration that he finds in his surroundings. Sometimes something as simple as the blade of a saw or a bellows used to blow on a fire can inspire an entire series of work. This body of work conveys simple found objects that inspire minimal or complex linear forms. Brian Evans was born in Beaufort, SC, but was raised in Western Pennsylvania.  He graduated in 1993 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in Studio Art.  He moved to Wilmington, North Carolina in 1995.  He studied ceramics through the Continuing Education program at Cape Fear Community College while searching for an outlet for artistic expression. Brian studied under a Japanese-American Potter,  Hiroshi Sueyoshi. Brian is currently serving as President of the Coastal Carolina Clay Guild.

Local artist and potter, Dianne Evans, has had a passion for art since childhood. She was born and raised in scenic Indiana, Pennsylvania. Dianne developed an interest in art while studying under an inspirational high school art teacher. This experience also inspired her to want to become a teacher. Dianne earned a BS in Elementary Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1994. In 1995 she moved to Wilmington, North Carolina where she began teaching in several private schools. Although she is no longer teaching, she works at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Continuing her love of art, she took art classes at UNC Wilmington in 2009-2010 where she focused on sculpture and ceramics. A field trip to Penland School of Crafts sparked an interest in pursuing ceramics as an art form.  Dianne is an active member of the Coastal Carolina Clay Guild and participates in local art shows. She predominately works in the medium of clay focusing on hand-built pottery.