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Ceramics by Jack Stuart and
Gene Bunker
Dodge City, Kansas

Dodge City's Carnegie Art Center's exhibit this summer allowed the public to see for the first time the products of both the talent and training of ceramic artist Jack Stuart. Jack has been know widely as an excellent graphic artist -- his drawings in ink and color are in high demand. How he transfers that ability to clay was an adventure for the audience at the Carnegie show. Jack's work is done in collaboration with potter Gene Bunker, an art relationship of over twenty-years.

[Photo: Jack
Stuart ceramic.] The Carnegie Art Center, Dodge City, is an original Andrew Carnegie-funded round library building, erected in 1907. It has a restored metal hand-turned roof, and original stained-glass windows.

The Carneige Art Center's giftshop features Kansas and Dodge City artists in all mediums.

Gene Bunker ceramics.] [Photo: Jack Stuart
ceramic.] [Photo: Gene
Bunker ceramic.] [Photo: Gene
Bunker ceramic.]

Site author: George Laughead Jr. Thanks to Lynn H. Nelson, original author, Kansas History.

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