The L.H. Horton Gallery presents the ninth annual "Visions in Clay," the largest exhibition of ceramic works in the San Joaquin Valley.
The exhibition runs from Sept. 4 to Sept. 21, with an opening reception from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 6.
Admission to the gallery on Delta College's Stockton campus is free and open to the public.
Founded by the San Joaquin Potters Guild in 2002, Visions in Clay was turned over to the Horton Gallery in 2010. It is an exceptional show of craftsmanship and diverse style. Visions in Clay has been featured several times in the national magazine Ceramics Monthly, including the September issue featuring the work of 2018 Visions in Clay artist Alina Hayes.
Beth Ann Gerstein, executive director of the Museum of American Ceramic Art, was this year’s guest juror. She selected the works and awards for exhibition. The selection was based on quality of craftsmanship, unique content and form, and technical skill. This year’s exhibit features 58 works by 48 artists from around the country, including Stockton artist Kathy White.
To view the exhibition online and link to the artists’ websites, visit the Gallery website at gallery.deltacollege.edu and go to Current Exhibitions.