The next Bristol/Warren Art Night on Thursday, October 25 will offer visitors the chance to explore two styles of three dimensional, hand-made art.
The sounds of nature almost come alive when viewing Pat Warwick’s art. With delicate precision and fine craftsmanship, Warwick creates every ceramic piece by hand – one-of-a-kind wall hangings, mirrors, coffee tables, or backsplashes for kitchens and bathrooms. Each installation is custom designed to suit the unique space and color requirements of her client. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Warwick has spent thirty years finding inspiration from the natural world near her home by the sea and from her travels. Her commissioned work is part of private and corporate collections around the globe, as well as galleries and fine craft exhibitions in the United States. Studio 213, 30 Cutler St., Warren
"Saxophone Colossus" by Ed McAloon
Ed McAloon is a stained glass artist and sculptor whose interest in stained glass began while working in the architectural salvage industry, and continued with studies at RISD and with local glass artists. His inspiration comes from his seaside surroundings as well as vintage graphic design, such as record cover art, and abstract concepts that motivate him. He utilizes traditional kiln-fired glass staining techniques in much of his work. Numerous commissioned pieces have been completed for clients to their individual specifications. McAloon also creates kiln-formed pieces that are assembled into sculptural works in conjunction with wood and various metals. Other works have utilized steam-bent wood, as well as cold-bent and welded steel. Cutler Gallery, 30 Cutler St., Warren. 401-595-8405