Clay on Main welcomes Emily Whynott, an accomplished Philadelphia-based sculptural artist to our gallery. She graduated with a BFA in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA in Socially-Engaged Studio Art at Moore College of Art and Design. She brings her MFA thesis work, “Sugarcoated” to Clay on Main’s gallery from May 28th to July 2nd.
Whynott takes inspiration from her experience in the kitchen and blurs the boundaries of food and art. Her work consists of sculptural installations which evoke whimsy and awe. She welcomes all to have a seat at her proverbial table and join the larger conversation about food, nourishment, and the connections it creates between us.
Please join us for the opening reception of “Sugarcoated” on Sunday, May 28 from 4-6pm for a chance to meet the artist and view a truly spectacular show.
Clay on Main is a non-profit community art center located at 313 Main Street, Oley, PA. Clay on Main’s mission is to offer artists time and space to create. Clay on Main believes art is the tool that empowers individuals and groups with diverse perspectives at all stages in their artistic journeys and connects them with each other, their community, and their own centers of confidence, intuition, and ability, encouraging their growth to their highest potential.
Clay on Main serves the local community with a variety of clay and other arts programs. They teach community classes and workshops for adults and children, host professional workshops, collaborate with other non-profit organizations to offer learning opportunities through art, and hold public lectures and events.
Clay on Main, located at 313 Main St. Oley, PA Regular gallery hours: Sunday: 1-4, Tuesday/Wednesday: 5:30-7:30, Thursday: 3:30-7:30. Friday: 5-7, Saturday: 10-2, or by special appointment. Walk-ins during regular hours are welcome. To learn more about other upcoming events visit www.clayonmain.org.