Red Oak clay artists to exhibit their work

'Perfect Imperfection' opens with Saturday reception at Milford Craft Show

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  • A collection of clay works made by the students of Red Oak Studios

  • “Bruno’s Shoes” by ceramics artist and instructor Barbara Fiore

  • This handled dish was made by Missi Strub at Red Oak Studios in Milford

  • “Insects” tiles from the Marta Ruliffson collection

  • “Perfect Imperfection” will feature the work of a dozen local clay artists

  • Several pieces from the show are available for purchase for holiday gift giving

— In the 25 years since first opening the doors of her Milford Craft Show store, Barbara Eisenberg has represented hundreds of artists and craftspeople.

This month, she'll add a dozen more to that roster with the opening of "Perfect Imperfection," Red Oak Studio's first annual clay class show on Saturday, Nov. 10, in the Upstairs Gallery, 120 East Harford St., Milford (across from the Pike County Library).

The show will feature an eclectic mix of functional and fun pottery hand-built by a dozen local ceramics students. Work ranges from clean contemporary objects to keen whimsical pieces. All featured works have been created in clay at downtown Milford's Red Oak Studio with the helpful experience of artist and instructor Barbara Fiore.

Local artists exhibiting during the show include Marta Ruliffson, Denice Fretta, Debbie Brooks, Missi Strub, Betty Dunn, Ginny Caputo and Bridget Peek.

The opening for "Perfect Imperfection" is on Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. It includes an artist meet-and-greet and wine and cheese reception. All are invited to attend.

The show runs through Nov. 28.

For more information call 570-296-5662 or visit for details on the upcoming clay class schedule.

Photos courtesy of Red Oak Studio/Barbara Fiore

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