DRAW hosts James show

Printmaker, potter and sculptor Gordon James exhibit is from July 4-26 at DRAW Gallery

Gordon James, Printmaker, potter and sculptor, shows his intaglio prints with Persons of Interest.

This Exhibit is from July 4-26 at DRAW Gallery.  Everyone is invited to meet and greet with Gordon on July 4 from 6-8 p.m.

Through the medium of Intaglio printmaking, James conducts a personal exploration of his relationship to all other beings he has encountered or imagined which are the most interesting and complex of forms and the basis of this exhibit.

A master of clay and ceramic sculpture, Gordon’s prints using the intaglio process is a wonderful combination of craft and fine art that continues to fascinate and inspire him.

DRAW Gallery is located at the corner of Melrose Street and  Eighth Avenue.

The gallery open Thursday thru Saturday, 12–5 p.m.

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