Cheryl Eve Acosta makes sculptural jewelry intentional in both style and theme. Her avant garde designs take inspiration from nature, referencing marine preservation, coral fossilization, and aspects of the cycle of life such as birth and growth.
Jean Meinhardt has worked in clay for 35 years; the first 8 years as a production thrower. That experience helped to hone her skills at throwing as well as her eye for form. In 1992, Meinhardt started her own pottery and from that time, has focused on developing glazes to fit with her forms.
Rachel A. O’Flannagan makes utilitarian pots with complex line design patterns and bursts of color. Her patterns evolve from various items that may have once held value but are often overlooked with the passing of time.
Just in time to find that perfect Mother’s Day gift for all the mothers in your life, the Kemper Museum Shop is excited to host area artists for "Pop Up at the Museum Shop: Spring Edition" taking place from 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, 2018.
Please join us in welcoming the 2018 Studio Editions by Dale Chihuly – Tuscan Red Seaform, Laguna Persian, Capri Blue Seaform, and Ivory Luster Basket. Each of these hand-blown sculptures is drawn from Dale Chihuly's distinctive series of work.