A Solo Exhibition of Functional Ceramic Art by Jon Puzzuoli

Stamford, CT, November 15, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Tim Coffey’s Photography in Downtown Stamford will host, ceramic artist Jon Puzzuoli to exhibit and sell his functional pottery artwork. The exhibit opens December 2nd, 2011, continuing through December 4th, 2011.

Exhibition Dates: December 2 – 4, 2011
Friday: 5pm-8:30pm (Open Reception)
Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: 11am-6pm

A reception is scheduled for Friday December 2nd from 5:00pm to 8:30pm. The event is free and open to the public. Tim Coffey Photography is located at 1802 Bedford St. (entrance and parking on Fifth Street), Stamford CT 06905. Phone: 203-325-4599.

Jon Puzzuoli (www.PuzzPottery.com), is a local artist living and creating in Stamford, Connecticut. Clay has been Jon’s lifeblood for eight years. Before making his transition to the ceramic arts, Jon studied black and white photography.

In 2003 Jon discovered Lakeside Pottery (www.lakesidepottery.com) where his devotion for pottery blossomed. After touching clay that summer, Jon knew he had found his future in the arts. He therefore quit his job and devoted his life to ceramic art and teaching pottery.

Jon quickly moved up the ranks at Lakeside Pottery. Now Jon teaches several adult programs, manages the studio, and teaches after school and camp programs for children. The Loft Artists of Stamford accepted Jon into their fold in 2011.

Puzzuoli creates bold but classic forms and glazes that are balanced beautifully with expressive and fluid elements. By means of rich surfaces and glazes that run into beautiful streams, he reveals both the rawness of natural clay and subtle touch of the artist's hand.

Jon’s one-of-a-kind works include: ceramic tables, lamps, chandeliers, vases, teapots, platters, bowls, ginger jars, pitchers, flower pots and miniatures.

About Tim Coffey Photography:
Tim Coffey Photography is located in Stamford, CT at 1802 Bedford Street. For more on Tim Coffey and his work, please visit: www.TimCoffey.com.

Lakeside Pottery Ceramic School and Studio
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