February 11, 2013

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In-Town Gallery

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26 Frazier Avenue, City of Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405

(423) 267-9214

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    “Fire & Salt” at In-Town Gallery in March, 26A Frazier Avenue, Chattanooga, TN 37405   /  423-267-9214. New salt-glazed stoneware by Roger Harvey will be featured in the “Fire & Salt” exhibit at In-Town Gallery during March. The wide range of sizes and forms will include functional as well as sculptural pieces in this collection. Be the first to view this outstanding work and speak with the artist at the opening reception, 5pm to 8pm, on the First Friday, March 1, at the gallery.

    Fire and salt are the essential elements in the creation of Mr. Harvey’s unique glazes. His kiln is completely filled with fire as the temperature approaches 2300 degrees. Common salt is thrown into the kiln and is vaporized by the intense heat. The vapors are carried throughout the kiln by the swirling flames and react with the surface of the pots to produce a very durable textured glaze.

    The gallery is open every day year-round except major holidays. Hours are 11am to 6pm Monday-Saturday, 1-5pm Sunday, and until 8pm on most First Fridays. Call 423-267-9214, visit www.intowngallery.com  or www.facebook.com/intowngallery.

    February 11, 2013