Lark & Key Gallery discusses their craft and ceramic art with artGuidemag art blog

Charlotte art gallery, artGuidemag art blog discusses their craft and ceramic art with our art blog.  Amazing artwork in Charlotte!

Lark & Key Gallery is celebrated for a diverse selection of contemporary paintings and functional craft from 30+ artists.  Owners Sandy Snead and Duy Huynh interweave a calming and rustic sensibility with an eye toward the slightly whimsical, the subtly surreal, and nature inspired.  Gallery walls are filled with paintings that are complemented by an assortment of ceramics, hand-blown glass, jewelry, and paper goods.
North Carolina has a rich tradition of pottery and Lark & Key is proud to represent several local and regional artisans.  With a variety of styles showcased in the gallery – functional and decorative, traditional and contemporary, production pots and one-of-a-kind items - you are sure to find unique pieces for everyday use or for gift giving.
From the graphic, wood-fired pots of Courtney Martin to the colorful, detailed forms of Jennifer Mecca, our utilitarian pottery is crafted, not only to look beautiful, but with form and function in mind. Decorative pieces, such as small, porcelain house forms by Barbara Chadwick and large carved, sandblasted pots by Jim Connell add warmth and character to your living space.  Other core gallery ceramic artists include Julie Covington, Elise Delfield, Amy Sanders, Paula Smith, Andrew Stephenson, Joy Tanner, and Julie Wiggins.

Lark & Key Gallery
128B East Park Ave, Charlotte, NC

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