Debra Fleury: Ice, 2011. Dark Stoneware, Porcelain and glass. Fired to cone 6 (neutral atmosphere), (wall installation). Dimensions variable, average size per individual piece is approximately 5 cm x 5 cm x 7 cm
Debra Fleury: Glider, 2010. Porcelain. Fired to cone 10 (reduction atmosphere). Dimensions 50 cm x 15 cm x 17 cm
Debra Fleury: Exopool, 2010. Porcelain, glass and glazes. Multiple firings to cone 10 (reduction atmosphere) and cone 6 (neutral atmosphere). Dimensions 18 cm x 11 cm x 15 cm
Debra Fleury: Colony, 2011. Dark Stoneware, Porcelain and Glass. Fired to cone 6 (neutral atmosphere), (wall installation). Dimensions variable, average size per individual piece is approximately 7 cm x 7 cm x 5 cm
Debra Fleury: Bone, 2010. White Stoneware, Dark Stoneware and underglaze. Fired to cone 1 (neutral atmosphere). Dimensions 41 cm x 29 cm x 29 cm
Beyond the Brickyard – Archie Bray North Gallery, Helena, MT, USA
February 4 – April 7, 2012
The Archie Bray Foundation’s fourth annual juried exhibition.
Free and open to the public.
Beyond the Brickyard is an exhibition of 32 selected pieces from the Archie Bray’s fourth annual international call for entries. Juried by 2011 Voulkos Fellow Richard Shaw. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, February 4 from 6–8 pm and the exhibition will be available to view online beginning February 4, at www.archiebray.org.
Participating artists include Ivan Albreht, Crista Ames, Tom Bartel, Michael Bliven, Shari Bray, Angelique Brickner, Jessica Broad, Monique Castiaux, Danny Crump, Angela Dieffenbach, Kelsey Duncan, Spencer Ebbinga, Debra Fleury, Guillermo Guardia, Jeffrey Haddorff, Chad Hartwig, Nicole Hoiland, Jennifer Holt, Sarahjess Hurt, Marina Kuchinski, Minkyu Lee, Jessi Li, Megan Mitchell, Vince Palacios, Gabriel Parque, Chris Riccardo, Mary Roettger, Eileen Sackman, Hannah Short, Adam Swang and Kwok-Pong Tso.
The Bray is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the enrichment of the ceramic arts, located at 2915 Country Club Ave. in Helena, just 1/3 mile west of Spring Meadow Lake. Galleries are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday–Saturday, 10 am–5 pm.
Director of Programs and Administration
Above: Debra Fleury, Tidal, 2010, porcelain, dark stoneware, glass, underglaze, 3.5” x 25” x 25”