Ceramic artist Beth Lindenberger joins the BOJUart gallery’s featured artist roster
BOJUart gallery is pleased to announce that ceramic artist Beth Lindenberger has joined as a featured artist displaying her work in the gallery and online e-gallery.
Beth Lindenberger’s ceramic sculpture’s forms and surfaces are based on microscopic organisms and objects of pro-generation; engaging, interacting, affecting and suggesting potential. Cells, seeds, and the pods from which they emerge, are the connection to the continuation of a species. Some sharp and foreboding, others voluptuous and inviting, they create a narrative in the stages of their process. Made in both porcelain and red earthenware, the surfaces are sometimes glazed, shiny and soft, other times unglazed and dry.
BOJUart gallery Director Judy Jessen says, “The gallery is thrilled to have Beth join our roster of artists. Her organic work is a natural fit for the gallery.”
BOJUart donates a portion of each piece sold to this artist’s cause: Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore whose mission is to lead the effort to eliminate hunger in our community.
All work exhibited is available for sale at the gallery, online or by phone.
Shown courtesy of the artist: White and Turquoise Porcelain Scaled Vessel. Porcelain, approximately 4 x 4 inches
Lindenberger is a studio artist and educator primarily working in clay, creating sculptural ceramic forms. She has been working in clay for over 30 years, and has shown her work in various exhibitions nationally. Her experiences include adjunct faculty positions at The University of Akron (UA), Cuyahoga Community College and Kent State-Stark Campus, teaching Ceramics and 3-D Design. Lindenberger also teaches Clay classes to adults at the Cuyahoga Valley Art Center, and served on the Board of Trustees for over three years. She has worked as an artist in schools in Akron and Canton, and as an Artist in Residence for UA’s ARTSLIFT, having built a public sculpture with high school students at the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Center in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. She has also attended various clay workshops, in addition to the professional conferences as a member of the National Council for Education of Ceramic Arts.