Works by ceramic artist included in exhibit at downtown gallery

October 29, 2013 | Arts, Events, UToday, — Communication and the Arts
By Staff

The ceramics of Karen Roderick-Lingeman, UT senior lecturer in art, are part of an exhibition titled “Undefined” at the Secor Gallery in Toledo.

“Sulphur” by Karen Roderick-Lingeman

“Sulphur” by Karen Roderick-Lingeman

Paintings and drawings by Skot Horn also are featured in the exhibit, which is on display through Saturday, Nov. 9.

“As a child, my family traveled extensively throughout the United States and Canada,” Roderick-Lingeman recalled. “Memories of those experiences and my continued national and international travels have greatly influenced my artwork.

“Recollections of a specific location or moment in time are not only recollections of the environment or atmospheric condition, but are also related to the reason for being at that specific location at that specific time with that specific person. The impressions and stories that inspire my artwork are as much a part of the artwork as the physical piece itself.”

The gallery is located on the first floor of the Secor Building, 425 Jefferson Ave. in Toledo.

The free, public exhibition can be seen Tuesday through Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m.

For more information, contact Roderick-Lingeman at

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