The mastery of beauty

4 exhibits in state showcase mastery of potters, painters

Posted: March 24, 2013 at 2:50 a.m.

Potter Stephen Driver sits with pots by acclaimed potter Ron Meyers (foreground) and his own, the mug he holds and a teapot at left. Driver, assistant professor of art at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has co-curated a show for Meyers, his teacher, at the Arkansas Arts Center.

Master. We call someone who has achieved the highest degree of skill in their field a master. Chess master, golf master, meditation master, master gardener.


This Stephen Cefalo oil painting, Five-Pointed, is part of his new show, “The World Is Flat,” at Gallery 26. (Credit: Gallery 26 )

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