Art Gallery at the Old Bakery & Emporium- #5

Three Paths to Inspiration

Roger Betschler

Marika's Swan Raku

Marika’s Swan

At this time of my life, I take great pleasure in creating art since my retirement from teaching in 2006. I have created a series of clay torsos that challenged me tremendously to deal with feelings; and the surface texture and imagery.  My purpose is to evoke awareness of the subject. Bringing the viewer to feel and understand the particular situation depicted in the work of art is definitely a challenge. My bird sculptures are quite whimsical compared to the torsos, and are another avenue to express the human condition and the challenge of clay construction. I have also begun a series of slab constructed  saints, again enjoying the process of clay and the individuality of each sculpture. The amazing human form has always intrigued me and it gives me great pleasure to share my work

Grace Glazed Clay

Glazed Clay

Native Honor Raku, Fired Clay

Native Honor
Raku, Fired Clay

For more information about the art of Roger Betschler visit his Website.  The link is in the left column under the heading Artists.

Three Shows One Exhibit:

Three Paths to Inspiration

Marika Bordes, Carrie Davenport, Roger Betschler

What Lies Beneath and Between

Ann Flemings

New Images of Italy

Norman Bean

The Exhibit- Time and Place

February 6 – March 5, 2014

Reception February 7 from 5:00 -7:00pm

Art Gallery at the Old Bakery & Emporium
1006 Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78701

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