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From “UnEarthed” by Amy McCullough.

Review: Amy McCullough unearths the connections between clay-making and life in new Plunkett Gallery exhibit

Ivy Marie Clarke, Arts & Culture Editor April 14, 2021
Amy McCullough has been an artist for over two decades, specializing in large-scale ceramic sculpture. She sculpted the magnolia pod finials that crown the brick columns at the entrance of Tattnall Square Park. She has also instructed Mercer students in her craft and owns Macon Clay downtown, where she hosts classes and workshops as well as has her own studio. 
Ernesto Gomez presents a sculpture show in Hardman Hall called Background Noise. It will be open until Oct. 24, and there will be a closing reception on Oct. 22 at 6 p.m.

Typical Sounds Creating Atypical Art

Sterling Neill, Staff Writer October 14, 2015

This month, local artist and engineer Ernesto Gomez will display unusual pieces of artwork in the Plunkett Gallery of Hardman Hall, home to Mercer’s art department. Gomez’s exhibit showcases an...

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