Baby Cylinder Person at The Clay Studio Small Favors 2020 Exhibit

Hello everyone, I have one of my small cylinder figurines in an exhibit – Small Favors at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, PA. It’s one of these…

I’m very excited about this recognition, because it is the first time one of my clay pieces has been juried into an exhibit.

Take a look. You’ll enjoy yourself. The idea behind this exhibit is SMALL – each piece had to be able to fit into a 4″ cube. The main site to the exhibit is here, and you can access the whole array of items (they are for sale, too, and you can buy directly from the website and they will ship it to you). This year, to celebrate 15 years for this theme, they feature not only clay but also other media.

My piece is toward the end of the array. It takes some time to load, so I’ve given you the link to my page here so you can see which little guy is featured.

March 6-April 26 at The Clay Studio,  137-139 N. Second Street, Philadelphia, PA.

15 thoughts on “Baby Cylinder Person at The Clay Studio Small Favors 2020 Exhibit

  1. Laura (PA Pict)

    I think this is such a fun theme/concept for an exhibition. I had a click on the link to see how the pieces were displayed and I love it. Your little chap is adorable. He has a look that reads as both lost in thought and perplexed. I like him a lot.

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I have been to this exhibit in the past and to see it in person is fascinating, with the whole array massed in front of you. And you can get right up to the figures and examine them. I was so happy when I was selected, because the Clay Studio is a name around here in clay, and also, I just love this exhibit.

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. I was surprised and happy it was accepted. I am looking forward to when they move to Kensington, I have never taken a class here or been much involved due to the location and no parking (you need a car to haul along the clay tools, etc., usually) but in the new location I am hoping to change that.

    1. Claudia McGill Post author

      Thank you. They are fun little guys to make. Don’t think, just let them emerge. Plus I like all the colors. I think you will enjoy the exhibit. There is such a lot of variety. It inspires me.

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