HAYS, Kan. -- Linda Ganstrom,
professor of art and design at Fort Hays State University, installed and
co-curated an art exhibit with the National Council on Education for the
Ceramic Arts (NCECA) at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wis.
"Flow: The 2014
NCECA Ceramic Arts Invitational" will be the centerpiece of the NCECA
conference exhibitions of more than 100 shows in the Milwaukee area.
"Flow" features works from 20 artists ranging from a clay chrysanthemum to
representations of sound waves. It is on view until
Saturday, March 22.
One of Ganstrom's sculptures, "Bell(e):
Mary," was also accepted for the San Angelo National Ceramic Competition
at the San Angelo Art Museum in San Angelo, Texas. The exhibition runs from
Friday, April 11, to Tuesday, June 24.
Two other sculptures, "Bell(e):
Elizabeth" and "Bell(e): Maria," were also featured in a book,
"500 Figures, Volume II," by Lark Books.