Invitation to our Holiday Open House – and an Artist Reunion

Posted on 01 December 2011 by BottleBrush Gallery (0)
The holidays are upon us, and we at the Bottlebrush Gallery would like to share some good cheer with you at our Open House on Friday, December 9, starting at 6pm.  Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be provided.
Along with the festivities, we’re hosting a very special event. Harry Price (potter and sculptor) and Paul Camp (painter) haven’t held a show together since 1960. We are honored to host the Reunion Opening of these two accomplished artists and longtime friends. Please join us!

Bottlebrush: A Gallery for the Arts
539 Main Street, Harmony, PA 16037
December 9, 2011, 6pm-9pm
RSVP to: 724.452.0539

About Harry Price:
Harry has established a reputation as an experimental potter and sculptor, emphasizing versatility and solid craftstmanship. Studying under Frans Wildenhain at Rochester Institute of Technology, The School for American Craftsmen, Harry developed the ability to produce lightweight and full-blown shapes in pottery, often inspired by Chinese Sung Dynasty artists and traditional American potters. Harry’s ceramic sculptures often follow whimsical themes and mythological creatures and humorous portraits. He builds his own kilns, creates his own glazes and often incorporates wood, forged iron, found and recycled implements in his artworks. Harry is also an inspiring teacher with many classes to his credit at North Hills Art Center, LaRoche College, the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts, and in his own studio.

About Paul Camp:
Paul Camp is a retired professor of fine arts and English from the Community College of Beaver County, where he taught for 38 years. In addition to all the studio courses in drawing, painting and design, Paul taught many liberal arts courses in art history, art appreciation, literature of the Bible, mythology, literature for children, Shakespeare and English Composition. Pedagogically, he believes that a creative mind is best supported with a well-rounded education. Paul earned a bachelor’s degree in General Education/Art History at the University of Pittsburgh and a master’s degree in English at Slippery Rock University. He is primarily a painter but often delves into graphics, photography and sculpture.

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