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Lynn Haven, FL, United States
Tammy received her Master of Fine Arts degree in Ceramics from the University of Florida. Currently she is an Associate Professor at Gulf Coast State College. Tammy has also taught at the University of Florida in Gainsville, and abroad at Golden Bridge Pottery in Pondicherry, India, and at the Skopelos Art Foundation in Skopelos, Greece. In addition to maintaining an active teaching schedule, Tammy is a working studio Artist. Her works can be seen at Pendland Gallery, NC, Florida Craftsman, FL, Mary Lou Zeek Gallery, OR, Iota Gallery, TX and at Lillstreet Art Center, IL. Tammy resides in Panama City, Florida with her husband Pavel Amromin and two children Pearl and Ari.

Queens Of Confection

Queens of Confection

Exhibition Dates : Mar 27-Apr 27
Opening & Reception
Friday, April 1st, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Kristen Pavelka Patterned Tidbits     Susan O'brian Salt & Pepper & Caddy          Tara Wilson CruetGwendolyn Yoppolo Spoon Bowl Service

Renee Brown, Tammy Marinuzzi, Susan O'Brien, Kristen Pavelka, Cheyenne Chapman Rudolph, Tara Wilson &
Gwendolyn Yoppolo
In such close proximity, only a trolley ride away from the convention,
it seems only natural that The Singing Stone Gallery participates in
NCECA 2011, 45th ANNUAL CONFERENCE, March 30-
April 2, 2011 in Tampa. The National Council on Education for the
Ceramic Arts, NCECA, is a professional association of individuals and organizations whose interests, talents and careers are focused on the
ceramic arts.
The Title of the month long Show is
Queens of Confection:Containers for Candies, Condiments and
Cookies. This will be an amazing Exhibition highlighting a variety of
approaches to creating serving dishes for side dish items.  From hand
built earthenware to thrown and altered porcelain, each artist refers to the precise nature of the food to be served and makes the vessel not only
suitable for the food, but in celebration of it, sometimes even inventing a new function for the sake of a favored food.  The participants are all
female.  The curating process did not begin with the intention of an all female exhibition; however, the work came together, retaining a uniquely feminine quality of richness and delicacy that suits the foods for which
each piece is destined.  The ideas of queen and domesticity are somewhat
at odds, unless one considers the role a woman plays in her own kitchen,
where she is queen.  It is this idea of queen- one who can both create and control- that is showcased in the work. This is A Free Family Event.