Tag Archives: Ryan Mitchell

Emerson exhibits @ July Art Walk

In the Mud Room is an ongoing show featuring high-end and affordable contemporary ceramics by Emerson teachers and staff. Reception Friday, July 8th at 5-8 pm. Exhibit artists are teachers Ryan Mitchell: functional porcelain; Vanessa Rogers: sculptural porcelain vessels; Carl Sheehan: functional high fire stoneware:: Shaila Sorenson: primitive fired hand dug clay; and Emerson staff Ellen Ornitz: porcelain & mixed media sculpture; Mike Weix: terracotta vessel.

In the Lobby is an exhibit of work by Stevi Lynn and Sally Hickman, who will describe their photo transfer and encaustic processes in a gallery talk at 6 pm.

The ongoing show at the Jessie Wilber Gallery is Contemporary Figurative Ceramics.

The Weaver Room Gallery is showing Butte: Common & Private Spaces, an ongoing and collaborative effort between Bozeman photographers Dan Cornish and Ian van Coller. The work is a selection of photographs taken from February 2009 to the present. Ian van Coller is a professor of photography at Montana State University, Bozeman; Daniel Cornish graduated in photography from MSU and is a Butte native.

The Ecce Gallery will hold a reception for A Visual Feast: DeWeese Family Art Show. Talk with artists Tina, Josh, and Gretchen DeWeese starting at 6:30.


The Clay Show @ The Cottonwood

The Cottonwood presents THE CLAY SHOW! June 17th 8pm.

Ceramic works from Ryan Mitchell, Dean Adams, Ben Babcock, Alex Buck, Gabriel Kulka and friends…special guests Free Art School…Music from Dalton Brink, Hazelwood Motel, and Tingle Hoarders…hell…if you’ve got some ceramics bring a few down too…free admission…all ages, genders, races, sexual orientations, social classes, dimensions welcome…

Alley/backdoor entrance will be closed this show…entrance at the front parking lot of 201 S. Wallace…for questions/directions call 901-219-0717…

Ed. note: If you haven’t been to an event at The Cottonwood yet, this would be a good time to check it out and see what you’ve been missing.


The Robert and Gennie DeWeese Gallery at Bozeman High School presents:

A showcase of excellent craftsmanship

Drawing on an association of friends and colleagues this show brings together ceramic artists affiliated with the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena and the Emerson Cultural Center in Bozeman. Ryan Mitchell, Tara Wilson, Kenyon Hansen, Emily Free Wilson, Jana Evans, and Courtney Murphy are concerned with variations in form and surface that range from detailed surface patterns to wood fired vessels and abstract forms.

The show opens Tuesday March 22nd and a reception will be held Wednesday evening March 30th from 7-9 pm. The work will be on display until April 15th. The gallery is open to the public from 9:00am to 3:30pm daily.

The Robert and Gennie DeWeese Gallery at BHS is located off of N 11th Ave, enter at the new main entrance to the high school.

FeastWare Pottery Sale @ The Emerson

Meet participating artists on opening night, Friday, November 19th, 5-8 pm. The sale will continue through December 23rd. A percentage of the sales will support the Emerson’s ceramics program in the Frances Senska Pottery studio. Participating artists include: Shannon & Dean Adams, Ernest Forward, Katie Brown, Jared Gabriel, David Peters, Josh DeWeese, Rosie Wynkoop, Pat Hoffman, Tyler MacNeal, Gregg Quinn, Matt Piedalue, Chris Bieniek, Liz Sparks, Michael Lentini, Keith Gilyard, Ryan Mitchell, Shaila Sorenson, Carl Sheehan, Joe Geil and others. The work will range from earthenware, stoneware and porcelain, including both oxidation and reduction methods of firing.

For further information contact Dean Adams, 994.2623.

Upon the Heels of the Mystics: The New Entropy @ the Danforth

The New Entropy is exhibiting an exploration of imagery, Upon the Heels of the Mystics, at the Danforth gallery on August 27 at 5pm for members of the Danforth and 5:30pm for the public. New works from Dalton C. Brink, Ryan Mitchell, April Hale, and William Shirey will be on display for your viewing pleasure. A live performance from our hometown hero Jason Lytle of Grandaddy and Admiral Radley fame will be granted for your listening pleasure. The exhibition includes works of painting, writing, film, installation, live performance, music, fashion, ceramics, sculpture, and much more. Wine and refreshments for the taking. Come and enjoy.