gwendolyn yoppolo is a maker, thinker, and educator whose sensuous designs challenge the ways we nourish ourselves and others within contemporary food culture. Through a minimalist design that attracts the quiet eye and responsive touch, her forms invite you to access your own silence, listening to the echoes of her gestures for the sounds of your own resonance. Her work goes beyond the visual and tactile to engage our mental and emotional ways of perceiving our world.
You can read a short biography and some of my thoughts as part of my Featured Artist profile on Objective Clay’s website for the month of January 2019. There is also an exhibition of some of my newest work that is available for sale.
Work in the exhibition will be available for viewing and purchasing starting Friday, January 4th, 2019, at noon Eastern Standard Time.
Visit objectiveclay.com to see the feature!
Features artwork from the faculty of Kutztown University's Visual Art Departments.
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 24, 4:00 - 6:00 pm.
Sharadin Arts Building
The International Museum of Dinnerware Design is the only museum in the world devoted to the subject of dinnerware, international in scope, no material limitations, including functional ware, ancient to futuristic, and fine art referencing dinnerware. The intention of this exhibition is to showcase the best in contemporary dinnerware as it relates to the theme Butter, either functional butter dishes, butter pats, drawn butter servers, butter knives, or related butter paraphernalia, or a sculptural work relating to butter no larger than 18” in all dimensions, as created by artists in all media from the United States and Canada.