One of these days, we are going to have to have a solo exhibit for Gregg Edelen. He is the most prolific artist on our roster, and the best selling. His work spans many moods from whimsical to serious; from illustrative to contemplative. Gregg has been making pottery and taking community ceramics classes at the Archie Bray Foundation for 20+ years. He is also the main (volunteer) glaze-master for the Bray students and residents.
Gregg has recently truly found his “thing” with his most recent work, and for me it’s like opening Christmas gifts when he delivers boxes of new ceramics. Some of the latest work will be set aside to show in an exhibit later this summer titled, “Elements: WaterEarthWindFire.” But there are dozens of new small ceramic pieces perfect for Mother’s Day gifts, or any kind of gift. From $20 to $150, there is something of Gregg’s for anyone. Stop by the gallery and see what Gregg’s been up to. He just keeps getting better and better every day! Thank you, Gregg. We love having you here at 1+1=1.
If you see something you like in the photos below, contact us by calling or emailing and we’ll send more information. Or just come by the gallery at 434 North Last Chance Gulch, Helena, Montana.