Impressions in Clay by ceramic artist
Kathy Boyland
Maryland Renaissance Festival artisan

Impressions in Clay by ceramic artist
Kathy Boyland
Maryland Renaissance Festival artisan

About

Purchase at Maryland Renaissance Festival

To purchase my clay works please visit my retail shop located on White Stag Grove in Revel Grove at the Maryland Renaissance Festival.  

August 26 through October 22, 2017 Weekends and Labor Day only

visit their website for further information 

www.RennFest.com

Purchase at Maryland Renaissance Festival

To purchase my clay works please visit my retail shop located on White Stag Grove in Revel Grove at the Maryland Renaissance Festival.  

August 26 through October 22, 2017 Weekends and Labor Day only

visit their website for further information 

www.RennFest.com

About Me and the Impressions in Clay

I have been a ceramic artist for nearly 30 years, oh no I must be getting old! Besides smashing things in clay I was a medical photographer at Georgetown University, photographing body parts, yuck! After that I was a computer programmer and opened an art department at a contracting firm. The memories of this time frame were later reflected in clay referred to as ugly heads, blah, blah, blah... all mouth and no ears. Later the faces became images seen in the trees, tree spirits. Every now and then an ugly head appears in the clay, oh no!


My impressions in clay are a recording of time. The delicate details of nature, images of faces and wonderful textures are all captured in the clay surface. The digital lithographs are images of an original impression in clay. They are printed on a classic linen or Irish linen paper. Two of the originals in clay and digital lithographs are archived permanently at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, oh boy!


The clay works are all designed to be hung on the wall or on a table top. The clay pieces are not to be used to serve food, it is art. To clean the clay impressions, dust or gently wash with water and a mild soap. 


Take a break, have some fun and see the impressions in person at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. Stop by my shop to say hey and take home a lasting memory of the festival and days gone by.  



About Me and the Impressions in Clay

I have been a ceramic artist for nearly 30 years, oh no I must be getting old! Besides smashing things in clay I was a medical photographer at Georgetown University, photographing body parts, yuck! After that I was a computer programmer and opened an art department at a contracting firm. The memories of this time frame were later reflected in clay referred to as ugly heads, blah, blah, blah... all mouth and no ears. Later the faces became images seen in the trees, tree spirits. Every now and then an ugly head appears in the clay, oh no!


My impressions in clay are a recording of time. The delicate details of nature, images of faces and wonderful textures are all captured in the clay surface. The digital lithographs are images of an original impression in clay. They are printed on a classic linen or Irish linen paper. Two of the originals in clay and digital lithographs are archived permanently at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, oh boy!


The clay works are all designed to be hung on the wall or on a table top. The clay pieces are not to be used to serve food, it is art. To clean the clay impressions, dust or gently wash with water and a mild soap. 


Take a break, have some fun and see the impressions in person at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. Stop by my shop to say hey and take home a lasting memory of the festival and days gone by.  



Check back for updates on new work, oh boy!


Check back for updates on new work, oh boy!


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Better yet, see the impressions in clay in person at the Maryland Renaissance Festival.

Mark your calendar and visit my retail shop located on the Maryland Renaissance Festival grounds.  We are In the center of Revel Grove on White Stag Grove. Visit their website to purchase tickets and further information  www.RennFest.com

2017 Schedule

Weekends and Labor Day Monday only

Starting August 26 through October 22, 2017

The Maryland Renaissance Festival is the only place and time my work is available for purchase. I do not sell out of my home studio.