“Functional Works Show” opened in the Art Speaks Gallery of the Bay School Community Arts Center, Mathews, with a reception on Friday and will continue throughout July.
The show consists of handmade functional art items that people “love to live with,” a release stated.
“There is something so personal about drinking coffee from a handmade mug, slipping on a handwoven shawl, and putting your feet up on a coffee table crafted from locally-gathered wood,” said the press release from the gallery.
The show features locally-made pottery, furnishings, metal work (including wine chillers made from scuba tanks), wood work, and clothing, both fully handcrafted and reworked and hand-dyed.
Also showing in the Art Speaks Gallery, the show “100 x 100” features artwork in a variety of media, all priced at $100. ...
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