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Ceramic works by Nicholas Nyland vibrate with form and color.

Ceramic works by Nicholas Nyland vibrate with form and color.

Cane-wrapped river rock by Marcia Mahaffey.

Cane-wrapped river rock by Marcia Mahaffey.

On view NOW at Moss + Mineral: ceramic works by Yuki Nakamura and Nicholas Nyland, and wrapped river rocks by Marcia Mahaffey. Please join us for an artists reception Saturday, June 20, 3-6pm at 305 S. 9th in the Theater District.

Yuki Nakamura’s public art project “transFORM” was dedicated this spring at Bay Terrace, 2550 South G St. In Tacoma. We’re proud to present the stunning ceramic maquettes (models) for her ergonomic benches (top photo above) at M+M. Plus, graphic ceramic kanji tiles, and utilitarian objects made of porcelain.

Nicholas Nyland's outdoor installation in Seattle.

Detail of Nicholas Nyland’s public installation for ALL RISE.

Nicholas Nyland’s work is now on view in Seattle as part of ALL RISE, a series of performances and temporary art installations organized for a city block in the Cascade neighborhood. The project is commissioned with Seattle City Light % for Art funds administered by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. Nyland’s easy mastery of color and form is apparent in his whimsical ceramic works at M+M.

Marcia Mahaffey applies a Japanese aesthetic in her new work – smooth river rocks wrapped with natural cane.

Congratulations to the artists!

Currently, we are open Saturdays noon-5 and by appointment. During the US Open we will be open June 16-19 noon-5, and June 20 2-6 for the artists reception. Check us out at http://www.mossandmineral.com!

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