"Ceramic Cod" by Kirsten Bassion
Size: 19" x 8"
As an artist who works in clay and who mainly focuses on functional work for the dining table or kitchen it is always fun to get out of my routine and to make a codfish for this auction to support the Marblehead Festival of Arts I have been showing work in this festival since I was a child growing up here in town. And a few years ago I was even one of the judges
Kirsten Bassion received her MFA in Ceramics from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2004 before that she graduated as an art major from Skidmore College in 1997. Kirsten is the owner of The Clay School in Lynn, MA, where for the last 13 years she has been making her own work and teaching classes for both adults and children. During the year, The Clay School offers more than 10 classes a week. It has grown into a wonderful and creative place for North Shore residents to experience the artistic side of ceramics. Kirsten's work is shown in galleries throughout the country.
Artist Website: theclayschool.com
Hosting Business: "Ceramic Cod" is on display at Old Town House in Marblehead May 18-19.
Then it will be at Three Cod Tavern, 141 Pleasant St., Marblehead, MA
Pick-up of purchased cods will be July 9-14 at Lizzy Loo, 108 Washington St, Marblehead during normal store hours. The winning bidder will receive a notification email with information on pick-up time and location.
If winning bidder requires shipping, winner's credit card will be charged a separate $24.95 fee to cover USPS ground and handling. Shipping is available within the U.S. only and must be requested within 7 days after receipt of the notification email.
Any cod purchased via "Buy Now" will remain on display at the hosting business through the end of the auction, and will be available for pick-up as detailed in the winning bidder notification email.
If winning bidder has not picked up cod (or provided shipping address) within 30 days after the close of the auction, cod will become the property of Marblehead Festival of Arts, Inc.
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