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November 15, 2019
The Cleveland History Center will present an exhibition, Breaking the Mold: The Art of Thelma and Edward Winter, through through August 2, 2020.
By Evelyn Theiss
Ceramic sculpture is often considered the most technical of the arts, Thelma Frazier wrote in her classic text on the medium, The Art and Craft of Ceramic Sculpture. Yet the pieces she created, beginning in the 1920s at Cowan Pottery, convey her exuberance and delight through their design as well as her use of glaze and color.
“Thelma Frazier’s work is very joyful,” says Mark Bassett, co-author of the book Cowan Pottery and the Cleveland School. “Even later, when she was depicting saints for church murals, you can see she draws from the optimism of the Art Deco period.”
November 14, 2019
CIA alum’s mural adorns LAND studio art wall
'Play Better' by Karen Sandstrom ’12 elicits joy and encourages civility to passers-by in downtown... more
November 12, 2019
CIA student creates new logo for Rescue Village
The Graphic Design major’s work will be central to the local humane society’s brand for... more
October 29, 2019
CIA, CIM work in concert on 'The Juniper Tree'
CIA digital cinema students bring modern opera to screen and stage more
October 29, 2019
DC Collectibles taps Groman ’86 for Batman series
A successful career in toy design has led this CIA alum and faculty member to... more
October 24, 2019
Steward’s hard work leads to heightened public profile
In museums and galleries, on murals and stadium walls, watercolors by Darius Steward ’08 make... more
October 20, 2019
Glass studio internship takes her to Thailand
Glass major Liz Duncan spent her summer interning at BGC Glass Studio in Thailand, where... more