Tara Winslow of Stow will be the featured artist in Western Reserve Academy's Moos Gallery through Feb. 24.
The exhibit will feature a variety of Winslow's work in clay, from her Norahkin Wave pott collection to her collectors' mugs.
"Each of my Norahkin Wave Potts has evolved with its own personality changing from the artist mind's eye into its own organic self," Winslow said. "The pots, created from Pennsylvania white clay, are constructed using the coil method. Each pot takes several weeks of time to create and I have learned to let go of the process."
Winslow, who is head of the art department at Our Lady of the Elms in Akron, is the recipient of an Award of Distinction from the Palm Beach, Fla., ArtFest, as well as the prestigious 2012 City of Charleston Mayor's Purchase Award at the 33rd annual Piccolo Spoleto Crafts Show in Charleston, S.C.
To learn more about her artwork, visit Winslow's website at boomdeeay.com.
The Moos Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon. The gallery is in the Knight Fine Arts Center at the corner of Hudson-Aurora Road and North Oviatt Street in Hudson.