Thursday, December 1st, 5pm-9pm during the Downtown Gallery Crawl, Livaudais Studio is proud to exhibit new work by ULM Professor Gary Ratclifat. He will also be on hand to demonstrate and talk about his pottery. For almost 30 years, Gary has been honing his skills at the potter's wheel. A master of his art, his work is characterized by fine craftsmanship and creativity, incorporating a variety of traditional and non-traditional techniques including slab and coil assembly.
As head of the ULM Division of the Art, Gary teaches beginning and advanced level pottery at ULM. He exhibits extensively in regional shows andd actively participates in the Monroe community as a ceramics demonstrator and workshop performer. A former math major turned artist, Mr. Ratcliff holds the B.A. degree in ceramics from Greenville College in Illonois and the M.F.A. in ceramics from East Texas State University.
Livaudais Photography Studio and Art Gallery is located half a block south of DeSiard at 122 South Grand in Monroe, LA. For more information, call Joli at (318)-791-0307, or visit www.livaudais-studio.com.