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In Sights & Ceramics: Exhibitions, we will take you on video tours of amazing ceramics exhibitions around the country, and possibly around the world! You’ll get to see works of ceramic art up close and personal, and in the round. This video highlights the Functional Ceramics Exhibition and Sale at the Ohio Craft Museum in Columbus, Ohio. This beautiful exhibition features work by 20 talented artists. Have a look at the video above. You’ll almost feel like you visited the exhibition in person!

CLAYflicks subscribers can check out the bonus video below, which features highlights from the Ohio Craft Museum's permanent collection.

Thanks to Kim Nagorski and Betty Talbot at the Ohio Craft Museum, and of course, to all the exhibiting artists for creating the beautiful work in the exhibition!

Exhibiting Artists

Eric Botbyl Humboldt, TN; Michael Connelly, Phoenixville, PA; Bernadette Curran, Ardmore, PA; Joseph Delphia, Pittsburgh, PA; Josh DeWeese, Bozeman, MT; Steven Godfrey, Anchorage, Alaska; Seth Green, Ft. Wayne, IN; Eric Heerspink, Grand Rapids, MI; Rick Hintze, Johnson Creek, WI; Samantha Hostert, Arlington Heights, IL; Janel Jacobson, Harris, MN; Paul Jeselskis, Michigan City, IN; Lisa Kovatch, Harpers Ferry, WV; Susan McHenry, Kalamazoo, MI; Candice Methe, Red Lodge, MT; Eric Ordway, Columbia, MO; Sarah Pike, Fernie, BC, Canada; Amy Sanders, Charlotte, NC; Deb Schwartzkopf, Seattle, WA; Will Swanson, Harris, MN

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