Watch the Beasts and Blooms video here:
Photo Album of Through The Looking Glass: http://www.lexicongallery.com/?page_id=22
Show: April 30-July 25, 2016
Opening: Saturday April 30, 5-7pm
Art in the Garden,”Clay For All Seasons” featuring Larry Elardo.
Guest jewelry artists, Bethe Palmer and Sandra Willmer
Lexicon Gallery reopens this weekend. Art in the Garden,”Clay For All Seasons” featuring Larry Elardo. Free and Open to the public.
Cynthia Curtis, Anni Melançon,
and Marty Morgan, Ceramics
Eleanor Fisher, Glass Shard Paintings
December 2, 2015-January 10, 2016
Opening: Sunday December 6, 3-6pm
Extended Holiday Hours : Wed 5-8pm ** Thurs 1-6pm** Fri-Sun 10am-6pm
Eleanor Fisher, Elegance, 36×48, Glass Shard Painting
Marty Morgan, Shino Vase, 9x4D, Porcelain
Pottery Pioneers Cynthia Curtis, Anni Melançon and Marty Morgan have fostered the next generations of potters and have created a strong ceramic community on Cape Ann. Their work can be found at numerous dinner tables across the region and beyond. Eleanor Fisher has been an inspiration for many including her own daughter and Lexicon Gallery owner, Seyrel Williams.
Lexicon Holiday Arts Festival
Saturday December 5, 10-6pm
Sunday December 6, 12-6pm
Ceramics, Jewelry, Wearable and Wall Art
Come Find Your Treasure
Featuring the work of 35 artists with styles and prices to satisfy any taste or budget.
The prestigious Cape Ann Ceramics Festival, now merged as part of Lexicon Gallery and Studios, makes its return to Lexicon Gallery Dec. 5-6. This elegant showcase features 35 of the area’s top contemporary craft artists, offering their latest works in a comfortable, indoor setting.
From exquisite ceramics to outstanding wearable art and jewelry, beautiful paintings and mixed media, Lexicon Holiday Arts Festival offers something for everyone. The show features a wide variety of artists with styles and prices to satisfy any taste or budget.
Zachary Mickelson, Soda Fired Ceramic
Both Shows During Magnolia’s Lexington Lights Family Festival, Sunday December 6, 2-6pm
Call of the Ancestors
Jan McKeachie Johnston, Irina Okula,
Jill Solomon, Ceramics
Heather McGrath, Photographs
October 23-November 29, 2015
Irina Okula, Saggar Shard Pots, Earthenware, 6.5x7d front, app. 9x4d back
Japanese Anagama Wood-Fired Sculpture of Jan McKeachie Johnston, Saggar-Fired Bowls and Shard Pots of Irina Okula, and Saggar-Fired Iconic Forms, Platters and Wall Pieces of Jill Solomon call to mind geologic formations and traces of civilizations gone by. Complemented by Heather McGrath’s photographic organic sets of human in relationship to the natural world.
The Bridge Cape Ann Thursday, August 6, 2015
From Physician to Sculptor: Diane Chen KW Art lovers! Here’s a close look at Gloucester, Massachusetts summer resident Diane Chen KW’s hand-built carved pots, now on display at Lexicon Gallery at 15 Lexington Ave in Magnolia from August 7-September 7. Gallery owner Seyrel Williams explains the amazing ceramic artist’s carving methods…
Lexicon Gallery Workshops, Events and Shows are a joint venture of Owners Seyrel and Chris Williams and collaborative partner Jenny Rangan, devoted to bringing fine art, quality education (with great food!), inspiration and creative opportunities to the art and ceramic community and to the general public.