Join us each Friday in April for a new celebration of ceramic arts!
April 1YEONSOO KIM
MAKE / BELIEVE
Radius Gallery is delighted to present new ceramic artworks by Yeonsoo Kim. Originally from South Korea, Kim is currently a long-term resident at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, MT. Kim's brilliantly conceived, improvisationally decorated vessels weave sprightly figures and bold design elements into energetic, colorful compositions that give expression to the artist's inner life and worldly observations.
April 8NEW POTTERY GALLERY
GRAND OPENING — PART 1
Radius Gallery is opening a new space dedicated entirely to functional ceramics! To kick things off we’ll be showcasing new works by 15 wonderfully talented potters who have made Montana their home. These are our makers—creators of beautiful objects that light up our homes and stir our imaginations. In this new space we celebrate finely made wares that truly blur the boundaries between art and utility.
April 15NEW POTTERY GALLERY
GRAND OPENING — PART 2
The launch of our new “pot shop” continues with work by 15 more potters from around North American whose hand-made wares add excitement to any collection. Make your dinner parties more interesting, your morning routine more artful, your home more expressive. These are some of our favorite artists to have exhibited their work at Radius over the past 7 years, and we’re delighted to have them back!
April 227TH ANNUAL
Every spring, Radius Gallery curates a show of work by 10-12 artists to showcase the diversity and innovation we see in the world of sculptural and functional ceramics. From this annual group show—now in its 7th year—we hope you'll glean a snapshot of what's happening in the exciting field of clay arts, both nationally and internationally. The opening reception will take place April 22 from 4-6pm. Please join us!
Join us April 29THE BRAY:
A MONTANA STORY
The story of how an industrial and windblown brickyard in Helena, Montana, became the hub of international partnerships and heady innovations that would set the art world on its heels is as unlikely as it is fascinating. In the last week of April, we'll explore this legacy through three makers—Rudy Autio, David Shaner, and Frances Senska—whose tenacity, curiosity, and artistic vision shaped generations of artists to come.