On Tuesday evening, January 20, the GANG (Geauga Arts Network Group) program will feature Theresa Yondo, who has been creating imaginative and whimsical art out of clay since 1977.
This educational program, which is free and open to the general public, will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Heinen’s Cafe, 402 Center Street in Chardon, Ohio. No reservations are necessary.
Yondo is both an artist and educator, offering private ceramics classes at her studio in Novelty, Ohio and providing a variety of art programming for the residents of McGregor Retirement Community in East Cleveland, Ohio. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and shows throughout the Midwest, including the Chautauqua Crafts Alliance in New York and the American Craft Council Shows. Her ceramics, which include both functional and decorative pieces, are sold in galleries on both the West and East sides of Cleveland, as well as in Carmel, California and Columbus, Ohio.
Her program for the GANG will feature examples of her work and stories about her life and influences as an artist and educator.
The Geauga Arts Network Group is an ad hoc group whose mission is to promote communication, collaboration and cooperation across artistic disciplines for artists living and/or working in Geauga County. For further information, contact Joanne Durante, 440-729-6481.