The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation’s 16th annual “Perspectives: Georgia Pottery Invitational” continues this week with over 6,000 pieces of handmade contemporary functional and decorative works on display, making it one of the largest showcases of its type in the Southeast. On Saturday between 1–4 p.m., potter Austin Lindsey will demonstrate wheel throwing and handbuilding techniques. On Sunday at 1 p.m., potter Michael Pitts will offer a gallery talk covering clays, glazes, firing and more. In addition to the main exhibitions, which feature works by 50 potters, OCAF presents two solo shows: “Yes, It Is Clay” by Keok Lim and “A New Direction” by Jennifer Graff.
Potter Rob Sutherland leads a discussion covering pottery styles, clays, glazes, techniques and details of the current exhibition, "Perspectives: Georgia Pottery Invitational." Live demonstrations will also be held until 4 p.m. See Art Notes on p. 13.