UA art alumnus Daniel Livingston will present an exhibition of new ceramic and 2-D abstract pieces at Harrison Galleries during the month of August. The show will open on First Friday, August 4, from 6-9 pm.

Widely known for his skillful and beautiful raku ceramic work, Livingston will also exhibit two-dimensional work in the upcoming show. “This will be a new one for him,” said gallery owner Jim Harrison. Livingston received the MFA in ceramics from UA in 1979. He retired from UA in 2013 as full-time instructor. Livingston has been a demonstrating artist at the Kentuck Festival and Kentuck Center in Northport, Ala., for three decades. A Facebook event page is here.

Daniel Livingston with some of his raku pots. Alumnus Daniel Livingston raku firing at Kentuck Festival 2011 Daniel Livingston's raku pottery at Kentuck.

Harrison Galleries is located at 2315 University Boulevard in downtown Tuscaloosa and is open Monday through Friday, 12 noon to 5:00 pm, and by appointment. Call (205) 464-0054 to check for updates to the exhibition schedule. 

For more information about the programs of the UA Department of Art and Art History, visit this link: https://art.ua.edu/