A legend in the ceramic art community, and grandfather of an SCI Recovery Project participant, the late Rodger Lang spent most of his life creating uniquely stunning ceramic pieces like this one.This lovely vase stands at about 2.5 feet tall, has a diameter of roughly 10 inches and features wildly beautiful lines, eye-catching decor and a distinct shape.
Polka Dot Vase$50
A Rodger Lang creation, this unique polka dot vase is ivory with deep red spots. It stands 22" tall is 12" wide at the base. Rodger Lang is the grandfather of one of our SCI Recovery Project participants and was a pioneer in the field of ceramics. Mr. Lang is no longer with us, so this is a rare opportunity to own one of Lang's original pieces and help his family continue to share the love of ceramics that he inspired!
This beautiful vase is 21" tall and 7" wide and is dark brown with ivory lines in bold shapes. Created by ceramic pioneer Rodger Lang, it is a one-of-a-kind piece that will add beauty to any home. Rodger is the grandfather of an SCI Recovery Project participant, and although he passed away several years ago, his family continues to share his legacy by donating his pieces to benefit our cause. Purchase this piece and consider yourself one of the lucky few who have a Rodger Lang vase in their collection!
All about Art$40
Expand your horizons and find your inner artist with a Dual one-year Membership to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA). MCA Denver is an innovative forum for contemporary art that inspires and challenges all audiences, creating understanding and dialog about the art of our time. Use your artistic talent to create a masterpiece of your own at Crackpots Paint Your Own Pottery Studio in Longmont, with 4 free studio sessions. Also included is an exhibition book full of art from Kim Dorland compliments of the MCA.
This is a 18x12 canvas wrap, original signed photograph by Jeff Davis of JWD Imagery, LLC. Jeff captured these 2 magnificent eagles perched on a home in Alaska.
Last Flight of the Day$50
This beautiful 16x20 signed canvas wrap photo of a seagull in flight was taken by Jim Stennette of Stennette Studios in Longmont.