Judy Jackson and Elizabeth MacDonald
Fifty Years & Counting
on view October 15 - November 14
October 16, 4 - 6 PM
Judy Jackson, who splits her time between her studio in Roxbury and New York City, is an accomplished potter who specializes in creating stoneware pieces. Jackson founded the collective Tribeca Potters 30 years ago in the Lower East Side; the studio has since relocated to Queens. Drawing inspiration from the natural world, Jackson’s work beautifully reflects the artistry of nature and translates this into her stoneware pieces. Her work has been featured at West Elm, Food 52, and Bloomist, and this exhibit offers the additional opportunity to view some of her collection in scenic Washington, CT.
Elizabeth MacDonald, a resident of Bridgewater since 1970, utilizes clay as her primary medium. As her material of choice, MacDonald has crafted complex, rhythmic clay pieces that can be described as part architectural, part sculptural, and part painting. Through layering, she highlights texture in her works that have been displayed in both public and private settings. Her pieces have been featured in hotels, medical centers, large corporations, and private homes. In Connecticut, you can find some of her work in the chapel of New Milford Hospital, in the DEP Headquarters in Hartford, and in Wilbur Cross High School in New Haven.
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1 Green Hill Road, Washington, Connecticut 06793, United States
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