A stunning variety of works will be exhibited by the following artists: Sharon Corey (Oakham, MA), Kari Winfield (Gardner, MA), Lindsey Aubuchon (Hubbardston, MA), Ann Cataldo (Hubbardston, MA), Skip/Alfred Koch (Leominster, MA), Colette Shumate-Smith (Leominster, MA), Geraldine Brophy (Auburn, MA), Lulu Fite (Berlin, MA), Diane Seiler (Boylston, MA), May Lee Tom (Holden, MA ), Cindy White (Holden, MA), Lizbeth Griffin (Lancaster, MA), Leonard Conte (Northboro, MA), Anne Swinton (Northboro, MA), Judy Goodstein (North Grafton, MA), Bettie Carlson (North Oxford, MA), Christy Trauernicht (Princeton, MA), Patricia Culross (Rochdale, MA), Suzanne Hanlon (Rochdale, MA), Catherine Burchat (Shrewsbury, MA), Sarah Hudson (Shrewsbury, MA), Claudia Sarver (Shrewsbury, MA), Katie Baker (Spencer, MA), Janet Pane-Joyce (Spencer, MA), Madonna Harris (Webster, MA), Lothar Franke (Dudley, MA), Susan Kraft (Westborough, MA), Mary Aroian (Worcester, MA), Kirk Boattenhamer (Worcester, MA), Michael Hewitt (Worcester, MA), Michelle Parsons (Worcester, MA), Joyce Shapiro Ellowitz (Worcester, MA), Patricia Flannery (Worcester, MA), Jennifer Carey (Worcester, MA), Mary Quill (Worcester, MA), Sandra Cohen (Worcester, MA), Bruce Cutler (Worcester, MA), Kim Cutler (Worcester, MA), Lindsey Parker (Worcester, MA), Judith Pederson (Worcester, MA), Arlene Sjosten (Worcester, MA), Jill Watts (Worcester, MA), Tomoka Howard (Paxton, MA), Michelle Dowds (Bolton, MA), Holly Lauer (Bolton, MA), Snezana Knezevic (Southborough, MA), Ellen Joseph (Westford, MA), Sheila Ronkin (Bellingham, MA), Judith Lane (Medway, MA), David Kobes (Chestnut HIll, MA), Maureen Coleman (Attleboro, MA), Kathy Prario (Newington, CT), Krysia Stronski (Middletown, CT)
The list of materials that works are made from are as varied as the artists in the show which includes functional objects, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media works.
|"Copper Rose" by Maureen Coleman|
|"Splash" by Sarah Hudson|
|"Ginkgo" by Kathy Prario|
|"Glass Orb Lamp" by Tomoka Howard|
|"Lidded Jar" by Claudia Sarver|
The Craft Center's mission is "to sustain craft as a vital part of our community" by providing high-quality craft education and training, by supporting craft artists in their professions, and throughadvocacy and public education initiatives including adult education classes and workshops, a Youth Craft + Creativity Program of classes and workshops , exhibitions showcasing the work of established and emerging artists, artist residencies, lectures, family events, studio rentals, Gallery Store, and major events.
The Krikorian Gallery at the Worcester Center for Crafts is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm. Admission is free. The WCC is a member of the Worcester Cultural Coalition and its WOO Pass program, and receives funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.