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CAST is coming to life in the form of an exhibition at the Wayne Art Center! CAST: Art and Objects will include cast work by eighty-six artists working in a wide variety of media, historical objects, everyday objects, and casting videos. Our exhibition is the companion show to the well known and much beloved CraftForms, an annual exhibition at the Wayne Art Center.

The Wayne Art Center is located in Wayne, PA on the Main Line, the historic area just outside of Philadelphia. Since 1930, the Wayne Art Center has been the Main Line's premiere destination for internationally recognized exhibitions and education in fine arts, craft, music, drama and the culinary arts. 

We are so impressed by the scope and quality of the Wayne Art Center. Their classrooms are spacious and well appointed, the galleries are beautiful, and the Gallery Shop boasts beautiful handmade work for sale. We couldn’t be more excited to partner with such a fantastic institution.


The Preview Party

6:00 - 10:00 pm
Friday, December 7

ticketed event / cocktail attire preferred

Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, chocolate delights, signature martinis, fine wines and live music while checking out the exhibitions! In addition to celebrating both exhibitions, the Preview Party is also a fundraiser for the Wayne Art Center. Purchase tickets here.

 Meet the Artists
Juror's / Curators' Talks
Book Signing

Saturday, December 8
casual / open to the public / no ticket required

1:00 - 2:30 pm: Perry Price, Executive Director of the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft and this year's CraftForms juror, will give a talk and participating artists in attendance will talk about their work as everyone walks through CraftForms together. 

2:30 - 4:00 pm: We will walk through CAST: Art and Objects as a group and talk about the show;  CAST artists in attendance will have a chance to talk about their work as well. We're happy to answer questions and we look forward to a lively discussion.

4:00 pm: Book signing! It would be our pleasure to sign a copy of CAST for you. You're welcome to bring your copy or purchase one on site.

PS - A signed copy of CASTwould make a great gift for the art lover in your life and the holidays are right around the corner!


 Josh Hershman,  Kodak 35 , 2017. Glass, aluminum, lost wax casting, polished, 6.5" x 7.5" x 6". Photo: Corey Tester. Courtesy of Montague Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

Josh Hershman, Kodak 35, 2017. Glass, aluminum, lost wax casting, polished, 6.5" x 7.5" x 6". Photo: Corey Tester. Courtesy of Montague Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

We are so proud of the work that's going to be in the show and we can't wait to celebrate it with you.

Don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions about the opening events or the exhibition. We hope to see you in Wayne!

Participating artists:

  1. Sue Amendolara

  2. Leah Aripotch

  3. Chip Arnold

  4. Hratch Babikian

  5. Lesley Baker

  6. Jill Baker Gower

  7. Deborah Baldizar

  8. Robert Bender

  9. Anna Boothe

  10. Christina Bothwell

  11. Jim Bové

  12. Jeremy Brooks

  13. Kevin Champeny

  14. A. Blair Clemo

  15. Tamara Coatsworth

  16. Cynthia Consentino

  17. Venetia Dale

  18. Lucy Louise Derickson

  19. Kelly Draper

  20. Lisette Fee

  21. Donald Friedlich

  22. Zenos Frudakis

  23. Leslie Fry

  24. Alva Gallagher

  25. Rachel Garceau

  26. Michael Gayk

  27. David Giulietti

  28. Jamie Harris

  29. Jackie Head

  30. Josh Hershman

  31. Suzanne Horwitz

  32. Holland Houdek

  33. Mi-Sook Hur

  34. Janice Jakielski

  35. Sherri Jaudes

  36. CJ Jilek

  37. Anna Johnson

  38. Tom Joyce

  39. Maya Kini

  40. Jan Kirsh

  41. Lorraine Kolasa

  42. Niho Kozuru

  43. Shana Kroiz

  44. Margaux Lange

  45. Thomas Anthony Lauria

  46. Terrence Lavin

  47. Linda Lighton

  48. Amy Roper Lyons

  49. Joanna Manousis

  50. Tom McCarthy

  51. Becky McDonah

  52. Myra Mimlitsch-Gray

  53. Jeffrey Mongrain

  54. Tom Muir

  55. Scott Nelles

  56. emiko oye (lowercase, please)

  57. Beverly Penn

  58. Ruudt Peters

  59. Allen Peterson

  60. Colin and Kristine Poole

  61. John Rais

  62. Steven A. Ramsey

  63. Phillip Renato

  64. Marlene Rose

  65. Katherine Rutecki

  66. Peter Saenger

  67. Shoji Satake

  68. Yoko Sekino-Bové

  69. Cameron Stalheim

  70. Lin Stanionis

  71. Courtney Starrett

  72. Rebecca Strzelec

  73. Manya Tessler

  74. Demitra Thomloudis

  75. Erwin Timmers

  76. Jessica Todd

  77. Sandra Torres

  78. Novie Trump

  79. David Umemoto

  80. Donna Veverka

  81. Norwood Viviano

  82. John Webster

  83. Dietrich Wegner

  84. Roberta and David Williamson

  85. Laura Wood

  86. Dukno Yoon

 Tom Joyce,  Seed I  (detail), 2002-2007. Cast ductile iron (alloy made with steel filings from previous projects 1977 - 2002), 6" x 6.5" x 6" and 7" x 9.5" x 7" inches. Photo: Courtesy of John Michael Kohler Art Center © Tom Joyce Studio. Created in Arts/Industry, a long-term residency program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

Tom Joyce, Seed I (detail), 2002-2007. Cast ductile iron (alloy made with steel filings from previous projects 1977 - 2002), 6" x 6.5" x 6" and 7" x 9.5" x 7" inches. Photo: Courtesy of John Michael Kohler Art Center © Tom Joyce Studio. Created in Arts/Industry, a long-term residency program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

 Manya Tessler,  Peter the Mouse , 2013. Sterling silver, enamel, onyxes, pearl, 2" × 1" × 0.75". Photo: Hap Sakwa.

Manya Tessler, Peter the Mouse, 2013. Sterling silver, enamel, onyxes, pearl, 2" × 1" × 0.75". Photo: Hap Sakwa.

 Jamie Harris,  Infusion Block in Blues, Aurora, Amber and Brown , 2018. Hot-sculpted and cast glass, 12” x 17” x 4”. Photo: Barry Rosenthal.

Jamie Harris, Infusion Block in Blues, Aurora, Amber and Brown, 2018. Hot-sculpted and cast glass, 12” x 17” x 4”. Photo: Barry Rosenthal.

 Rachel K. Garceau,  within the hollows , 2014. Porcelain, 6" × 12" × 12". Photo: Rachel Garceau.

Rachel K. Garceau, within the hollows, 2014. Porcelain, 6" × 12" × 12". Photo: Rachel Garceau.

 Suzanne Horwitz,  Façade , 2011. Cast aluminum bas relief, 26” x 21” x 3”. Photo: Tom Van Endye.

Suzanne Horwitz, Façade, 2011. Cast aluminum bas relief, 26” x 21” x 3”. Photo: Tom Van Endye.

 Lorraine Kolasa,  Arachne I’m Sorry , 2015. Cast bronze lace, 12" × 6". Courtesy of Lorraine Kolasa.

Lorraine Kolasa, Arachne I’m Sorry, 2015. Cast bronze lace, 12" × 6". Courtesy of Lorraine Kolasa.

 Dietrich Wegner,  Cumulous Brand , edition 1/3, 2009. Silicone, urethane foam, 17" × 13" × 6". Photo: Dietrich Wegner.

Dietrich Wegner, Cumulous Brand, edition 1/3, 2009. Silicone, urethane foam, 17" × 13" × 6". Photo: Dietrich Wegner.

 Beverly Penn,  Asclepias , 2017. Bronze, centrifugal cast, 24” x 10” x 10”. Photo: Christopher Zaleski. Private Collection Dallas, TX.

Beverly Penn, Asclepias, 2017. Bronze, centrifugal cast, 24” x 10” x 10”. Photo: Christopher Zaleski. Private Collection Dallas, TX.

 Joanna Manousis,  Bottled Pear , 2017. Negative-core cast / blown / hand-polished glass, lost-wax cast bronze, patina, dimensions variable. Photo: Tom Brookes. Courtesy of Todd Merrill Gallery, NY, NY.

Joanna Manousis, Bottled Pear, 2017. Negative-core cast / blown / hand-polished glass, lost-wax cast bronze, patina, dimensions variable. Photo: Tom Brookes. Courtesy of Todd Merrill Gallery, NY, NY.

 Niho Kozuru,  NIHO Candles , 2018. 100% pure beeswax, cotton wicks, hand poured, cast in molds, 5" x 3.5" x 3.5" to 12.5" x 6" x 6". Photo: Stewart Clements.

Niho Kozuru, NIHO Candles, 2018. 100% pure beeswax, cotton wicks, hand poured, cast in molds, 5" x 3.5" x 3.5" to 12.5" x 6" x 6". Photo: Stewart Clements.

 Tom McCarthy.  Window Frame Brooch  (New Home Series). 2015. Sterling Silver, colored concrete, concrete, wood and paint. Fabricated, cast and cut concrete, toothpick tuckpointing. 1.75" x 1" x 0.25". Photo: Tom McCarthy.

Tom McCarthy. Window Frame Brooch (New Home Series). 2015. Sterling Silver, colored concrete, concrete, wood and paint. Fabricated, cast and cut concrete, toothpick tuckpointing. 1.75" x 1" x 0.25". Photo: Tom McCarthy.

 Sandra Torres,  Box , 2017. Slipcast porcelain, 3.25" x 3.5". Photo: Sandra Torres.

Sandra Torres, Box, 2017. Slipcast porcelain, 3.25" x 3.5". Photo: Sandra Torres.

 Peter Saenger,  Tea for Two , 2014. Porcelain, 8.5" × 9" × 4.75". Photo: Peter Saenger.

Peter Saenger, Tea for Two, 2014. Porcelain, 8.5" × 9" × 4.75". Photo: Peter Saenger.

 Tom Joyce,  Seed I and Seed II , 2002-2007. Cast ductile iron (alloy made with steel filings from previous projects 1977 - 2002), 6" x 6.5" x 6" and 7" x 9.5" x 7" inches. Photo: Courtesy of John Michael Kohler Art Center © Tom Joyce Studio. Created in Arts/Industry, a long-term residency program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

Tom Joyce, Seed I and Seed II, 2002-2007. Cast ductile iron (alloy made with steel filings from previous projects 1977 - 2002), 6" x 6.5" x 6" and 7" x 9.5" x 7" inches. Photo: Courtesy of John Michael Kohler Art Center © Tom Joyce Studio. Created in Arts/Industry, a long-term residency program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.