Both ceramic artists (and couple) Jimmy & Angela Clark not only have a long exhibiting history of their work in China, Germany and other countries as well as the U.S., but recognition as writers, curators and teachers in the field. Jimmy Clark was Executive Director of Philadelphia's Clay Studio for more than 16 years. In recent years he was represented by the Rosenfeld gallery in Philadelphia. He just completed a residency in Shangyu, China, its first invited international guest artist. A video about his work here.
Angela Klaerner Clark has exhibited widely in Germany as well as Israel, Switzerland, Belgium, and Hungary. Her thrown forms are inspired by famous traditional European porcelain manufacturers. She often combines these forms with a honey-combed industrial porcelainious material that she carves into geometric patterns.

The issue oriented art of BILL BUCKLEY,  is a distillation of his thoughts, feelings and observances made “kinetic” and real through a personal graphic language.  "My work is about situations, conflicts, and newsworthy items that effect our daily lives and shape our future.  This work, is a kind of “visual journalism”, seen through a prism of uniquely rendered art. My “picture-sense” integrates emotion and ideas with the big picture dramas that unfold and unfortunately, at times, “explode” around us. Each of these “arrangements” is a distinctly personal, and often language-independent art piece whose goal is to encourage dialogue and build bridges necessary for us all to live together in a world getting smaller daily."  Bill Buckley His website here.

The issue oriented art of BILL BUCKLEY,  is a distillation of his thoughts, feelings and observances made “kinetic” and real through a personal graphic language. 

"My work is about situations, conflicts, and newsworthy items that effect our daily lives and shape our future. 
This work, is a kind of “visual journalism”, seen through a prism of uniquely rendered art. My “picture-sense” integrates emotion and ideas with the big picture dramas that unfold and unfortunately, at times, “explode” around us. Each of these “arrangements” is a distinctly personal, and often language-independent art piece whose goal is to encourage dialogue and build bridges necessary for us all to live together in a world getting smaller daily."  Bill Buckley

His website here.

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"Postcards From The Edge" by Bill Buckley in the ReDRooM.

"Postcards From The Edge" by Bill Buckley in the ReDRooM.

"Postcards From The Edge" by Bill Buckley.

"Postcards From The Edge" by Bill Buckley.

Work by Jimmy Clark.

Work by Jimmy Clark.

Jimmy Clark serves tea during the Tea Ceremony at the gallery.

Jimmy Clark serves tea during the Tea Ceremony at the gallery.

Angela Klaerner Clark during her Artist Talk.

Angela Klaerner Clark during her Artist Talk.

Porcelain work by Angela Klaerner Clark. 

Porcelain work by Angela Klaerner Clark. 

Bowls by Jimmy Clark.

Bowls by Jimmy Clark.

ReDRooM artist Bill Buckley talks with gallery Director Renny Molenaar during the reception.

ReDRooM artist Bill Buckley talks with gallery Director Renny Molenaar during the reception.

View from "Postcards From The Edge" by Bill Buckley.

View from "Postcards From The Edge" by Bill Buckley.

Reconstructed vessel by Jimmy Clark.

Reconstructed vessel by Jimmy Clark.

Bird Head bottles by Angela Klaerner Clark.

Bird Head bottles by Angela Klaerner Clark.