This exhibition provides a backdrop of Brad’s “Conservation Through Clay” project that has encompassed 7 residencies in 8 years across the United States including National and State Parks, National Monuments and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This exhibition will provide a sampling of work from the larger project while highlighting the two most recent residencies completed in a “Badlands Series” of work from Theodore Roosevelt National Park in ND and Makoshika State Park in Montana. This work fits into Professor Bachmeier’s ceramic motto “Honoring humankind’s ancient and universal partnership with clay”.
The Member Artist is Kristy Little. Her passion lies in pastels and creating vivid animal portraits. Accompanied by her dog, Kristy uses her home studio to put pencil to paper, drawing both the domestic and wild animals in her area near Baldwin, ND.
Bachmeier video tour
Little video tour