Ojai Studio Artists annual exhibition at Ojai Valley Museum. April 22nd until June 18th, 2017. I was baffled with the theme this year. And asked God, “What should I do?”  The word and image “loaf” came immediately to me.  I asked “Really, loaf?” And was replied “yes, loaf”. Read More →

  Condition Report: The State of OSA 2015 April 18-July 5, 2015 Opening Reception April 18 from 5-7pm A series of OSA artist talks from 11am-Noon each Saturday except May 30th. Freeman will be on the speaker panel June 6, 2015 Ojai Valley Museum is located at: 130 West OjaiRead More →

“Al di La: Surge of Expressions” Fox Fine Jewelry, 560 East Main Street, in Historic Downtown Ventura is proud to announce the art exhibit, “Al di La: Surge of Expressions” with artworks by award winning Ojai Studio Artists, Valerie Freeman and Linda Taylor. The title “Al di La” means “AboveRead More →

October 11 – 12 from 10am-5pm Artists reception Saturday Oct. 11 at 7:30pm   An array of my amphora and figurative Luster Glaze ceramic sculptures will be on display at my Ojai Studio Ranch.   An array of my amphora and figurative Luster Glaze ceramic sculptures will be on displayRead More →

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January 3-30, 2014 Opening reception January 12 from 1-3pm “Uniting Heaven & Earth: Ceramics from Shangri-la” A selection of artworks from students created during different workshops at Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts. Inspired Post Neolithic anthropomorphic ceramic sculptures by Valerie Freeman, from “Containment” series, female vessels. Ojai Center forRead More →

“Reflections” exhibition at Ojai Valley Museum, Celebrates 30th Anniversary of the Ojai Studio Artists. “Boundless Guardian”, ceramic one -fire clay sculpture. Most relished for their strength, speed, endurance, the stout, elegant, graceful beast turned upside down is a turbulent fury of legs and muscles twisting with perpetrating trials of momentumRead More →