May 28, 2013 > Art, Craft, Mischief and Ceramics
Art, Craft, Mischief and Ceramics
Submitted By Marian Stevens
Mark Boguski will give a slide lecture on his own art work and share his thoughts on the topic of art versus craft as the Fremont Art Association's June guest artist. He will also give a demonstration of various wheel-throwing techniques.
Boguski is an artist and teacher who graduated with a Masters of Fine Art from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1991. His functional and sculptural ceramics have been exhibited throughout the United States and are included in public and private collections. For the last 20 years, Boguski has taught classes at colleges and universities in the greater Bay Area, including Ohlone College, Cal State East Bay, and City College of San Francisco. He has given lectures and workshops on various ceramic topics at art centers such as the Mendocino Art Center, Peter's Valley Center for Crafts in New Jersey, and Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village, NV.
Boguski's current teaching position is at Sacramento City College where he is the ceramics professor in the art department. He is represented by JayJay Gallery in Sacramento, where he had an exhibition of ceramic sculpture in January 2013 along with his wife, Kris Lyons, who is also a ceramic artist. Boguski's most recent and by far favorite ceramic student is his four-year-old daughter who has been making creations for the last two years.
Please join us for this creative presentation at the Fremont Art Association Gallery on Wednesday June 5, at 7 p.m. Public welcome! For more information, call (510) 792-0905.
Guest Artist Demo
Wednesday, June 5
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
The Fremont Art Centre
37697 Niles Blvd., Fremont