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Museum will offer live clay firing demonstrations by regional artist Brett Thomas, who will also teach classes featuring his Mobile Raku Unit in front of the Museum. While the Show committee strives to present the finest artists at a wide variety of price points, one thing is certain: the Academy Craft Show has garnered a national reputation for its artistry, quality, small-town flavor and hospitality. It’s no accident that artists from around the country quickly apply to this juried show. As one local artist commented, “This show helps to redefine the way fine craft is understood. Being part of it has helped me to grow and thrive as an artist, and I’m very grateful.” In addition to the ceramics, there will be a wide variety of artists and artistry will be on hand this October. The Academy committee is pleased to showcase the breadth of craft represented by just three of this year’s juried artists. David Bacharach is a returning metal artist from Cockeysville, Maryland. His largely woven metallic works of art all begin in the same way ~ a casual sketch on any surface he can find. Surrounded by nature, Bacharach sees things in just a slightly different way. His studies are compilations captured from various points of view ~ emphasizing the lighting and scenes from a variety of vantage points. Supplementing his sketches are

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