Taylors Collective | Multiple Dimensions
Located in the heart of Ellicott City’s Historic District, the 10,000 square foot Collective includes boutiques, studios and artisan workshops.
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Multiple Dimensions

Multiple Dimensions

ENTER MULTIPLE DIMENSIONS: A COMBINED 2D/3D MEDIA SHOW!

Photographer John Stier and ceramic artist Kathy Swan combine 2D and 3D media for their show, Multiple Dimensions, during the month of May at Artists’ Gallery.  This collaborative exhibition includes work that combines Mr. Stier’s photographic images fired onto Ms. Swan’s ceramic pieces, providing another dimension to both artists’ work. The show runs from April 30-May 26, 2019 with a reception on Saturday, May 11 from 3-6 p.m. at Artists’ Gallery, 8197 Main St., Ellicott City, Md.

Mr. Stier’s photographs do not follow any particular theme. Rather, they are a selection of some of his favorite images from various travels.  The photographs include locations from as far away as Hawaii and Australia but also as close as his back yard in Columbia.   The collection includes flora and fauna, city scenes, landscapes and some natural “abstracts.”

Ms. Swan creates functional stoneware pieces with botanical motifs. In Multiple Dimensions, she combines bittersweet vine handles and some of Stier’s photographs with her hand-painted ceramic surfaces to create varied layers of visual and tactile texture. 

Saturday, May 4, 2019

1-4 pm

Ms. Swan invites participants to create their own personalized textured dishes out of stoneware clay. The $25 fee includes all materials and firings. This event is age appropriate for adults and children 10 and above. To reserve your space call Tylor’s Collective at 410-988-8949; for questions, contact kathyswan@yahoo.com

Sunday, May 5, 2019

1-4 pm

Mr. Stier will demonstrate his photographic post-processing workflow using Adobe’s Lightroom and Photoshop software. He will start with the original image files from the camera and take you through to the finished product ready to print.  This will include adjustments to contrast, saturation, cloning, dodging, burning etc.  He will also discuss monitor calibration and the settings used to set up the printer.  There will be an open discussion on techniques, paper, printers and more.  This event will take place at the Artists’ Gallery in Ellicott City.  There is no fee and all levels of experience are welcome.