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Adero Willard Artist Talk & Open of Solo Show: Alleviating Quiet

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District Clay Center

2414 Douglas Street Northeast

Washington, DC 20018

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Adero Willard creates some of the richest, most exciting ceramic surfaces in the country. Please join us for her artist talk and show open - Alleviating Quiet - at the District Clay Gallery.

Willard's artist talk is being held in conjunction with a workshop on Patterns & Color on the Clay Surface on May 25-26.

Doors open at 6 pm, artist talk starts at 6:30 pm. Light refreshment served. Parking available directly in front of the building.

About Adero:

Adero Willard lives as an artist and educator in Western Massachusetts. She received a BFA at Alfred University in 1995 and MFA at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 2006, where she studied with Walter Ostrom and Neil Forrest. She completed a yearlong Salad Days residency in 2008 at Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Maine.

Nationally and internationally, Adero has exhibited work in solo and group galleries, craft shows, and pottery invitationals. Her work has been featured in a number of publications and books on ceramics.

Her interest in surface decoration is lifelong and is fueled by a passion for gardening and cooking and a love of textile design, painting, collage.

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