The Gandee Gallery
The Gandee Gallery and the Shaped Clay Society at Syracuse University are happy to announce the opening of The Almighty Cup, a national juried and invitational exhibition. The show presents an eclectic mix of styles of drinking vessels made by ceramic artists from all over the country. It will be on view at the Gandee Gallery in Fabius, October 8 through November 20. There will be a reception on Saturday, October 8, from 6:00-8:00 PM and it’s free and open to the public.
Local business, Clayscapes, is sponsoring the prizes for the exhibition. The Shaped Clay Society, a student-run club at Syracuse University, received the entry fees from the juried artists to support student activities and projects.
The Juror, David MacDonald, received his degree in Art Education from Hampton University. After receiving his MFA from University of Michigan, he joined the faculty of the School of Art and Design at Syracuse University, where he taught for 37 years till his retirement in 2008. He is now a Professor Emeritus. He continues to live and work in Syracuse, NY.
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Gandee Gallery Artists
The Gandee Gallery is proud to present A Good XCuse, an exhibition featuring ten ceramic artists who are alumni of Syracuse University’s Ceramics Program. There will be an opening reception on Friday, May 13 from 6-8 pm, which is free and open to the public. The show will be on view May 13 through August 21. The work on view will range from ceramic sculpture to functional pottery. Participating artists include: Patrick Coughlin (Philadelphia, PA), Ed Feldman (Cortland, NY), Giselle Hicks (Helena, MT), Lynne Hobaica (Rochester, NY), Jee Eun Lee (Syracuse, NY), Brooke Noble (Saranac Lake, NY), Jeremy Randall (Tully, NY), Jeff Schwarz (Brooklyn, NY), Tim See (Syracuse, NY), and Katherine Taylor (Austin, TX).
The Gandee Gallery is proud to present Traditions in Flux. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, February 27 from 6-8 pm, which is free and open to the public. The show will be on view February 27 through May 1.
Traditions in Flux features regional artists who use traditional techniques and methods to create innovative contemporary fine art and craft. Participating artists include: original etchings by Elizabeth Andrews, quilts by Sharon Bottle-Souva, woodworking by Barry Gordon, pottery by Stacey Stanhope, metalsmithing by Mark Teece, and cyanotype photography by Jamie Young.
The Holiday Group Show emphasizes the important role that handmade objects and fine art plays in domestic life, enriching living spaces and adorning the body. The Gandee Gallery encourages art lovers to celebrate the holidays by giving gifts that embody the creative spirit and to shop locally. There will be a reception on Saturday, Nov. 28, 5-8 pm. The exhibition will be on view Nov. 28- Jan. 27.
The exhibition will feature jewelry, up-cycled jewelry and ornaments by Betsy Menson Sio, ceramics by Jen Gandee and Brooke Millecchia, pastels by Mary Padgett and Adriana Meiss, woven scarves by Laurel Moranz, and earrings by Susan Machamer.
The Gandee Gallery shop currently has new ceramic work by David MacDonald, prints and cards by Lucie Wellner, oil paintings and prints by Diane Menzies, and other gift items. Also on view are many of the pieces from the previous show at the gallery, The Almighty Cup, a juried and invitational show of drinking vessels and sculptural cup forms made by ceramic artist from all over the U.S. To see available works from the cup show, click on the link.
The Gandee Gallery and the Shaped Clay Society at Syracuse University are happy to announce the opening of The Almighty Cup, a national juried and invitational exhibition. The show presents an eclectic mix of styles of drinking vessels made by 47 ceramic artists from all over the country. It will be on view at the Gandee Gallery October 3 through November 22. All of the work will be posted on the website by Friday, Oct 2, and online sales start after the opening on Sunday, Oct 4. Call or email to make a purchase. Click on Read More to see all of the pieces in the show! read more…
About the Gandee Gallery
The Gandee Gallery specializes in handmade objects and fine art, with a particular focus on sculptural and utilitarian ceramics. The gallery exhibits regionally and nationally established artists, as well as many emerging talents. Rotating thematic, group and solo exhibitions demonstrate a diversity of aesthetic possibilities. See our 360º gallery views. Please be patient while images load.
Pottery Classes for adults, teens, and children are offered in the Gandee Gallery’s classroom, which is also available for birthday parties, “Ladies’ Night Out” parties, and special events. Contact Jen Gandee for more information.
The Gandee Gallery is owned and operated by Jen Gandee, an actively exhibiting ceramic artist and educator. She has resided in the village of Fabius with her husband, Errol Willett, since 1999, the year they purchased and moved into the former Fabius Hardware Store.
Contact the Gandee Gallery
Summer Hours (June 26- Aug 21) Saturday & Sunday, 11-4. Monday-Friday, by appointment. After Aug. 25, open Thursday through Saturday 11–5, Sunday 11–4. Monday–Wednesday by appointment.
7846 Main Street Fabius, NY 13063 (315) 416-6339
The gallery is located in the village of Fabius, south of Syracuse, NY, which is in close proximity to many recreational attractions and activities, including Highland Forest Park and Pratt’s Falls Park, Toggenburg and Labrador Ski areas, and the Labrador Hollow Unique Area.