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Gallery Ten Ninety-One, sponsored by Poplar Financial, HR Solutions for the Modern Workforce, presents Becky Zee’s 366 Days, a collection of 366 clay creatures (one for each day of the leap year, 2016).

“And every day, a bit of whimsy”. That was what Rebecca Ziemer anticipated on the first day of the leap year, 2016: a daily, short burst of creativity that resulted in a small, clay creature which would make the viewer smile. The outcome, however, was more of a punishing slog toward a finish line to which the distance seemed to increase rather than diminish; but, finish she did and 366 critters later Rebecca has found herself rewarded with a huge social media following, offering many more smiles than the she ever imagined.

About the Artist:
Becky sat down at her first potter’s wheel in the seventh grade. She made a lot of muddy lumps, but not too many recognizable pots. Undaunted, she resolved to one day become a good potter. Over the 25 years that followed, she took classes, hoarded pottery equipment, and jumped on every clay-related class that came her way. Today, she proudly runs her own ceramics studio in Memphis, TN.

Visit https://www.beckyzee.com/ to see Becky’s latest creations, check out behind-the-scenes snapshots on her Instagram page at BeckyZee38104, or follow her on Facebook at PotsWithPersonality.

On exhibit
Monday-Friday 9 am - 4 pm, July 3-28, 2017

Opening reception
Sunday, July 9, 2-4 p.m.

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