Clay on Main will exhibit works by Jeffrey Stumhofer, a painter whose work, while representational, also embraces a playful abstraction. For this exhibit, opening on January 14, he is focusing on providing a window into his artistic process, showcasing the techniques and styles he has developed over the years. Clay on Main is always pleased to support local artists; Stumhofer graduated from Wilson High School in 1994, then attended Tyler School of Art at Temple University. He worked and learned under Robert Pepper Fine Art studio, creating installations and environments, then branched out into murals, and continues his exploration of media by working on visual design for television shows.
The public is invited to the opening on Sunday January 14 from 1-4pm, and the show will be up until February 11.
Clay on Main is a non-profit artists’ cooperative, located at 313 Main St in the historic village of Oley. The studio offers art instruction and gallery space for local artists, as well as live music and more. Clay on Main houses a complete clay studio, a slumped and fused glass studio, a live performance venue, and a yoga room, in addition to the co-op and gallery. Clay on Main is open to the public on Tuesdays from 10-2, Wednesdays from 12-7:30, and Fridays and Saturdays from 10-2. Gallery exhibits are also open on Sundays from 1-4, and additional viewing of the gallery can be arranged by appointment.