Adjective: given to or chosen or made with heedful anticipation of the needs and wants of others.
Adjective: mentally adroit and skillful: clever
:skillful and competent with the hands.
“Dexterous comes from the Latin word dexter, meaning ‘on the right side.’ Since most people are right-handed, and therefore do things more easily with their right hand, dexter developed the sense of skillful. English speakers crafted dexterous from dexter and have been using the resulting adjective for anyone who is skillful-in either a physical or mental capacity-since at least the early 1600s." -Merriam-Webster Dictionary
A group exhibition that showcases makers with the utmost attention to detail, precision, thoughtfulness, and a meticulous approach to all things clay.
Participating Artists include: Mary Barringer, Richard Burkett, David Crane, Jenn Cole, Susan Dewsnap, Mike Helke, Pete Pinnell, and Steven Rolf.