Lake Norman Festival for the Arts

Lake Norman Festival for the Arts

Come visit the Third Eye Ceramics Booth at this weekends Festival for the Arts located at Lake Norman in Huntersville, North Carolina this weekend!!!!

I will be set up May 18th through the 19th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at Lake Norman. My display will have a lot of beautiful handcrafted pottery and my pot people sculptures that are whimsical and one of a kind.

The weather is looking beautiful and I cant wait to see you all at the festival.

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Rainy Day Cloud Wine Glasses

Everything and so much more!

Spring Handmade Fair

Spring Handmade Fair

The Augusta Handmade Fair is a semi-annual fundraiser held by Redemption Church to benefit Sojourn Church in Kampala, Uganda.

The juried event is focused on showcasing regional creatives in an array of mediums such as: art, home decor, apparel & accessories, pottery, bath & body, gifts, and more. I will be one of the many artist and only ceramic artist that will be shown at this event. My booth will be located right out front of the JB Whites Building on Broad Street which connects to the Doris Building.

The next free event will be held May 3, 2019 from 5pm - 9pm at the Doris Building.

Please see our FAQs page for more information.

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Ride or Die III

Ride or Die III

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Stay dry inside the Miller Theater this weekend during Arts in the Heart of Augusta. We'll be hosting Social Canvas & also the Ride or Die 3 group art show on Saturday September 15th. Doors open at 1pm with performances by Crunchy Roll (Eric Kinlaw & Marcus Barfield) with live painting by Lauryn Sprouse from 2-3pm / Hellblinki with live painting by Jason Craig from 4-5pm / Deathstar with live painting by Jay Jacobs from 6-7pm.... Admission is free with Arts in the Heart badge!

Second LaGrange Southeast Regional Exhibition

Second LaGrange Southeast Regional Exhibition

LaGrange Art Museum & Lamar Dodd Art Center
LaGrange, GA

The LaGrange Southeast Regional traces its roots to the LaGrange National Competition which began in 1964 when a competitive show known as the Gardens Art Festival was organized and sponsored by the Chattahoochee Valley Art Association, LaGrange College, and Callaway Gardens. In 1974, the competition was moved to LaGrange, took the name LaGrange National, and was expanded from a regional to a national show. In 1984, the competition expanded again and displayed in two locations, with the Chattahoochee Valley Art Association Museum and the Lamar Dodd Art Center, of LaGrange College.

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Over the years, the LaGrange National earned an excellent reputation numerous distinguished jurors including Lloyed Goodrich, Richard Lahey, Carl Holty, Joseph Rishel, Larry Poons, Jane Livingston, Cynthia McCabe, Linda Cathcart, Ted Potter, Roy Slade, Henry Hopkins, Patterson Sims, Peter Mirin, Siri Engberg, Benny Andrews, Robert Lyon, Jane Jackson, Eleanor Heartney, J. Richard Gruber, Robert E. Steele, Annette Cone-Skelton and Deanna Sirlin. This year, David Houston joins the list of these respected jurors who have helped bring additional prestige to the museums’ juried exhibitions.

The LaGrange Southeast Regional provides the citizens of West Georgia and East Alabama access to current artistic practice; offers artists exhibition opportunities and purchase possibilities; and affords the LaGrange Art Museum and the Lamar Dodd Art Center a means for the development of significant collections of contemporary American art. Both organizations have been extremely fortunate to have generous support from the Callaway Foundation of LaGrange who has provided purchase award funds to further their growing collections. Exhibition funding also provided by the Georgia Council for the Arts.

February 16th - April 20th, 2018

A Tribute to No One

A Tribute to No One

Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art
Creel-Harison Community Gallery
Augusta, GA

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Carey's First solo exhibition and next generation of pot people also known as potarians. 

Mogianesi brings clay to life by giving utilitarian objects humanistic features with subtle gestures and expressions. These wheel-thrown vessels, or pot people, become active beings rather than stagnant objects and combine Carey's southern roots with her love for travel and experiencing different cultures.


November 2nd - December 8th, 2017

Opening reception: November 17 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 pm.

Placing the Capstone III

Placing the Capstone III

Buckhead, GA

The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art is proud to announce the opening reception of Placing the Capstone III, the second annual College Connections exhibition featuring graduating studio art majors from Professor Kristin Casaletto’s Capstone Class at Augusta University. Ten artists will be showcased in this group show that is part of the Museum’s College Connections program, one module of STMA’s Art$mart Project. The works include paintings, photography, sculpture and ceramics and range from representational still life to portraiture, to surrealist and abstract interpretations of various subjects.

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One of the objectives of the Art$mart Project is to give students the opportunity and motivation to market their art. Most of the works in this show will be for sale and offer the chance for collectors of works from up and coming to add to their collections. This is an excellent resume-building experience for these young artists and it affords them the chance to talk to the public about their work and plans for the future. STMA is so pleased to welcome these hard working creatives and are most grateful to Professor Casaletto for her enthusiasm for the relationship between the museum and her class.

April 30 - May 28, 2017

Opening Reception: April 30th from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM



Augusta, GA

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5/Fifths is presented in conjunction with Augusta University’s Department of Art and features the works of five graduating seniors. The Pamplin College\Westobou collaboration provides art students the opportunity to complete a body of work and to exhibit it in a professional gallery space.

Featured Artists: Quintavious Brown, Cezann Cawthon, Carey Mogianesi, Olivia Robinson and Leah Schaffer

April 21 - May 20

Opening Reception: April 21st from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM



Verum Ultimum Art Gallery
Portland, OR

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The Verum Ultimum Art Gallery and the Gilliam Gallery are proud to celebrate ceramics and all MEDIUMS with a focus on the face. Open during the National Yearly Conference NCECA. 

March 23 - April 22, 2017

Opening Reception: March 23rd from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM



Mary S. Byrd Art Gallery
Augusta, GA


Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art is pleased to announce the 2017 Juried Student Art Exhibition, February 16 - March 10, 2017. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, February, 16th from 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. This exhibition, juried by Birmingham-based contemporary artist Amy Pleasant, features thirty-one artworks varying in medium from ceramics to digital art, printmaking, and sculpture by Augusta University Department of Art students.

The exhibition showcases the works of twenty-four different student artists including Sarah Adams, Jamie Boquist, Quintavious Brown, Baillie Conway, Carey Mogianesi, Emma Ford, Lani Frost, Kenya Gibbons, Dezzirae Goodrum, Macy Goodwin, Kelsey Hornback, Elizabeth Kenyon, Brenna Laird, Edgar Miles, Carey Mogianesi, Gerry O’Meara, Megan Pitt, Olivia Robinson, Kiersten Rockwell, Jonkota Samuels, Leah Schaffer, KeJuan Tanksley, Matthew Tedesco, Stephanie Willingham and Chaundria Wynn.

This annual exhibition gives emerging student artists a chance to experience the jurying process firsthand and gain a greater knowledge of gallery operations. Each January, students are invited to submit up to five works of art in any medium to be reviewed by a well-respected contemporary artist.

February 16 - March 10, 2017

Opening reception: February 16th from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Enchanted Forest

Enchanted Forest

Arts & Heritage Center
North Augusta, SC

Come see enchanted forest themed artwork made by local artist in the Southeast. All members and participants are associated with the Ceramic Artist of the Southeast, which is an organization dedicated to joining potters together to share knowledge, experience, and art. 


Little Lost Town of Homeless Homes

Collection of houses that were raku fired

September 11 - October 2, 2015

Opening Receptions: September 11th from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM