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HUNGER

Hunger, in all its metaphorical forms, is part of our personal and public conversation. Many of us struggle with HUNGERS, and yearn for the pleasure of food, love, possessions, control, sex or P O W E R.The works selected for this exhibition offer a wide range of ideas and images which go beyond food.See More
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"Great photo."
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Bloom,

"very entertaining image, but I wish there were more information about your work. Harriete "
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Jessica Calderwood at Museum of Wisconsin Art

July 22, 2012 from 1:30pm to 4pm
Hi All, I have a solo exhibition at the Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend, WI. The work will be up from July 11 - August 26th. There will be a reception on Sunday July 22nd from 1:30 - 4:00pm. I don't expect most of you to make it, so below is a link to the site. http://www.wisconsinart.org/exhibitions/onefromwisconsin.aspxSee More
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Inhale

"I am teaching an experimental enameling class and would love to use some of your images as examples, If this is OK with you would you e-mail me some images for my class to view? Luckily, I have several of your older pieces from Eugenie Benser, but I…"
Jun 5, 2012
Dru Lindsey Patrick left a comment for Jessica Calderwood
"Just wanted to thank you for coming to Ball State and showing us you're process! I really appreciated the feedback on my piece and will definitely be taking your input into consideration for my future pieces. I am looking forward to seeing you…"
Apr 27, 2012

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Menasha, WI USA
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At 11:24am on October 18, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 8:18pm on April 27, 2012, Dru Lindsey Patrick said…

Just wanted to thank you for coming to Ball State and showing us you're process! I really appreciated the feedback on my piece and will definitely be taking your input into consideration for my future pieces. I am looking forward to seeing you again in Arizona!

At 2:09pm on February 7, 2012, Rebecca Wade said…

Have always admired your work!

At 10:05pm on February 6, 2012, Masako Onodera said…

Thank you for adding me to your friend list! I have been admiring your work!

At 11:07am on December 12, 2011, Jillian Palone said…

Thanks!  Some are made from wood and others from paper clay.  

At 12:35pm on December 7, 2011, Leisa Rich said…

Thanks for the positive comment!

At 8:51pm on November 27, 2011, Sarah Holden said…

Hi Jessica.  Thank you for coming to my show and thank you for taking the time to let me know you enjoyed it!  I am very proud of how the show turned out and I'm glad your students were able to see it.  I hope they asked some great questions.

-S

At 12:12pm on October 26, 2011, Avery Lucas said…
I tried sending you some photos from the class, did you ever get them? I added many things to my photos here on crafthaus in case you didn't.
At 11:41am on October 26, 2011, danielle embry said…

Hey there Jess!  Nice to see you here.  Hope all is well with you, Amin, and Sami! 

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