Local artist Sally Hare Leibold will participate with other members of the Mohave Artist & Craftsman Guild in an exhibition in Room 106 on the Kingman campus of Mohave Community College through Oct.
An opening reception with refreshments is scheduled for 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m.
today in Room 106 and is open and free to the public.
Guild members are displaying works in various media including painting, sculpture, jewelry, weaving, woodworking and photography.
Leibold works out of a studio in her So-Hi Estates home and has been an artist for 45 years.
She attended the Arts League and Sarah Lawrence College in New York and continued her education in art at Arizona State University, where she earned a master's degree in art history.
She has won and been nominated for numerous awards including "Women Making History" in Kingman and the "Governor's Recognition Award in Art." She served as director of the Festival of the Arts for 20 years until it became affiliated with the Mohave Community College Foundation.
Leibold works primarily in ceramics and the forms she uses are organic, reflecting an interest in and sensitivity to shapes in nature and the environment.
Her ceramic forms are wheel-thrown or constructed using the slab method.
The relief shapes and textures are then carefully carved and incorporated into the piece.
For more information on the exhibition, contact Deborah Leach, MCC marketing coordinator, at 692-3075.