The tenth and FINAL artTILE show opens April 27th at indigenous gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio

It is hard to believe that I have been participating in indigenous gallery's annual artTILE show for a whole decade! And it is even harder to believe that this year's show is going to be the last one. But all good things must end, so if you have been meaning to check out artTILE, this will be your last chance! It is a huge honor for me to have had work in all ten shows. I am sad to see this end, but I am also really looking forward to the grand finale. So many amazing tile artists take part in this!
artTILE 2019 postcard
My tiles will feature a slightly different mix of glazes for this final show; lots of cobalt and copper wash will appear, in addition to my normal greens and blues.
heron handmade tiles for artTILE 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio
As always, there are several featured events during the show, which will run through June 16th:
artITILE 2019 informational postcard back
It has meant so much to me to be a part of this year after year. Thank you to everyone at indigenous gallery for all of your incredible hard work to make this happen for an entire decade. You ladies never cease to impress me with your professionalism and enthusiasm for craft. 
handmade tiles for artTILE 2019
There will be plenty of two by twos at the show, as well as lots of other sizes...
handmade tiles for artTILE 2019 at indigenous gallery in Cincinnati Ohio
Just to be clear: this isn't the end of tiles at indigenous gallery! This will just be the last artTILE extravaganza featuring over 1000 tiles by 30+ artists. The show runs from April 27th through June 16th. indigenous is open 7 days a week. Find out more at https://indigenouscraft.com/

Art Tile Show, Arts & Crafts Gallery - , Emily Margaret Ulm


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