Image courtesy of The Clay Studio: Nesting bowls by Nakazato Hanako
The 2015 Craft Show may be over, but there are still many ways you can continue to see, experience and purchase fine craft through the holiday season.
Saturday, December 5, 11 am to 6 p.m.: A Hand Crafted Holiday
The Clay Studio welcomes the public to its newly renovated shop to meet with four top local interior designers who will demo holiday tablescapes. Tenaya Darlington, aka Madame Fromage will also be on hand to create cheese boards with local cheeses while Emily Carris will demonstrate the art of making container candles. Free. 137-139 S. Second St.
December 4 - January 30, 2016. Song of Sixpence: Thread Stories by Ed Bing Lee/Forbidden Fruit by John Souter
Snyderman-Works Gallery hosts an exhibition by textile artist Lee, who fashions Pop Art-esque objects out of knotted and waxed linen. Souter’s ceramic sculptures made from “intense and luscious surfaces” are evocative. 303 Cherry St.
Through February 28, 2016: Wendell Castle Remastered
The Museum of Arts and Design hosts this exhibition of the digitally crafted works of Wendell Castle—master furniture maker, designer, sculptor and educator. 2 Columbus Circle, New York.
Through March 20, 2016: Art of the Zo: Textiles from Myanmar, India and Bangladesh
The Philadelphia Museum of Art showcases the work of the Zo people, including traditional weavings for both daily life and ceremonial occasions in this colorful and stunning exhibition. 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway