Aug 02, 2015-
Aug 02, 2015
12:00AM - 12:00AM
Artist Talk with Charlene Doiron Reinhart
Join us for a unique opportunity to discover how Charlene Doiron Reinhart’s sculptural ceramic pieces are created. Charlene will talk about her process and pieces during a slide presentation; then, on a piece in process, she will show how she le
Event Description

Join us for a unique afternoon opportunity to discover how Charlene Doiron Reinhart’s sculptural ceramic pieces are created. 

Charlene will talk about her process and pieces during a slide presentation; then, on a piece in process, she will show how she lets her pieces find their voice and evolve as she demonstrates her techniques.
“Much of my work examines the innate beauty of nature versus the cosmetic intervention of people. My cultural sense of belonging is grounded in that every object has a meaningfulness or spirit. Every rock, every tree, every element contributes to our connection to this world and keep us rooted to an ancestral past. With the small figures, I am interested in their talismanic aspect and iconic relationship with the world at large. They can symbolize the preciousness, wonder or intimacy that is set aside and lost from our everyday adult life. The portrait busts are more inclined to a broader narrative and symbolic interpretation. The meaning of faith, belief, fortune, chance and life’s ironies weave in and
out. This adds a sense of mystery and innate connection to the multicultural landscape of the human figure.” Charlene Doiron Reinhart
Charlene’s sculptures are part of the 4th Annual Clay and Glass Exhibition at Healdsburg Center for the Arts.
The exhibition runs through August 16.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Vesna Breznikar     Email:
Phone: 707-431-1970




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