Two OSH Students Featured in 20th Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition
Mar 21, 2017 02:05PM
● By Wendy Erlien
OSH student artists Ben Gilbertson and Braylin Ramseth. (photo provided by Osseo Senior High)
As part of the 20th annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition, Osseo Senior High ceramics students Braylin Ramseth and Ben Gilbertson were selected to have their art featured.
Their work was on display March 22-24 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR.
Gilbertson’s pieces titled “Toroidal
Bottle” and “Moonwalk” and Ramseth’s “Braided Jar” were selected for the
exhibition, according to Osseo Senior High Art Teacher Daniel Prody.
The juried ceramic competition for
kindergarten through 12th grade students is “designed to showcase
the best K12 ceramic work made annually in the United States,” according to the
National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition website.
Each year, the exhibition is on display in a different city along with the
National Council of Education for the Ceramic Arts.