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Dunedin art studio moves, but not far

DUNEDIN — If you love the motion of the ocean, be sure to check out Clay and Paper, a studio featuring handmade art, now in a new location at 362 Main St.

To celebrate the opening of their relocated store, owners Barbara and Ira Burhans are featuring the works of glass artist Rich Fizer of Fort Myers in a collection called "Waves."

His glass vessels and other objects of art reflect the fluid state of water in cheerful aquatic and citrus colors. They will be on display through Oct. 17.

At the end of June, the Burhans moved from the space that was shared with the Painted Fish to a new store just three doors down. It features the couple's work — tile mosaics, cast paper wall sculpture and stoneware pottery — plus pottery, jewelry, glass, metal, painting, printmaking, garden art and whimsical mixed media from about 75 others.

It is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and until 8:30 p.m. during Dunedin 's 2nd Friday Wine Art Walk.

If you go

Clay and Paper

The studio is open from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and until 8:30 p.m. during Dunedin's 2nd Friday Wine Art Walk each month. For more information, visit Web site at www.clay or call (727) 736-0934.

Dunedin art studio moves, but not far 08/20/09 [Last modified: Thursday, August 20, 2009 7:25pm]
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