Marietta Cobb Museum of Art
September 18 - December 19, 2021
Each participant may enter up to 3 pieces for jury process. A piece can be made up of numerous parts, but it all must be cohesive and will be labeled as one.
Each person can enter up to a total of 6 photos of their pieces.
Submission will be through Show Submit and GCC has paid the fees for entry. Work needs to be submitted by July 12th. (This submission will automatically send your applications) We should hear back by August 15th.
Accepted work is to be dropped off September 9th. MCMA will provide 10 promotional postcard invitations for each artist. (.30 each additional).
Open Reception Sept 18th- 2 complimentary tickets are provided for each exhibiting artist. General tickets are $10.
General admission to the museum is free on the 2nd Sunday of each month.
Show runs through Dec 19th with pick-up on Dec 20th.
Ana Leal Saturday, April 17th and Sunday the 18th, 2021
Email us at to register.
See Ana Leal's work on Facebook or https://www.instagram.com/analealpottery/ Ana Leal (@analealpottery) • Instagram photos and videos
Learn how to alter porcelain to create a 3-dimensional design on the surface. Ana will demo this technique on closed and open forms.
A wheel-thrown piece will be provided for the attendees to alter. You can have a design in mind or let it be abstract. Altering clay has endless possibilities. Learn to paint watercolor in three distinct techniques using underglazes, stains and oxides. Discuss glazing options.
About the artist:
Ana Leal is originally from Brazil and is a retired designer/mechanical engineer who has been working with clay since 2011. She fell in love with clay by accident and it has been her passion ever since. Her experience in working with Computer Aided Design has given her an advantage in visualizing the 3-D surface decoration she achieves on her work. She works mainly with porcelain because that gives her a white canvas to work on. She is inspired by tropical nature and uses that in her work by altering, carving and painting on clay. Ana has a passion for sharing her processes with others and will be having more workshops in the future. She sells her work via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/analealpottery/?hl=en or her website http://www.anasclayhouse.com/