Adele Urson

Adele Urson

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Adele Ursone

Ursone delineates intimate details of the world around us, often cropping her composition to produce focused views of stark quietude–illustrating the subtle power of nature to transport us.”

—J. Kuhn , Director of Arts & Antiquities, City of New York

My work has always been a reflection on nature. Living in New York City for so many years I became fascinated by how nature intrudes itself in even the most gritty, industrial landscapes. And now living half the year on the coast of Maine the natural beauty is so evident, the challenge is to find a very personal way to record it. I love treading that fragile edge between description and invention.

Adele Ursone has a B.F.A. In Painting from Pratt Institute, New York. She has had solo exhibitions at the Turtle Gallery in Deer Isle, Maine, at the Grace Institute and the Mary Delahoyd Gallery in New York City as well as being featured in many group exhibitions.

Abigail

Abigail

Abigail

Abigail Milner

Abigail is a potter and full time reading teacher living in Baltimore MD. She enjoys throwing pots on the wheel as well as hand-building with slabs of clay. Her work is fired primarily in a community wood kiln in Maryland, though is beginning to explore midrange electric firings as well.

From childhood Abigail has spent summers in Maine. She loves collecting small natural treasures—rocks, bones and shells—and uses these tools to texture the surface of all of her pots, allowing the glazes to break over the repetitive markings beneath.